First up it's the brilliantly named Ed Dunlop runner BOOSHBASH in the opener at Kempton.
Unplaced in all three starts to date, this race appears easier than those he's contested in the past.
The market suggests punters expect the switch to handicap company to bring out further improvement and the 8/1 on offer last night has disappeared with the best odds now just 5/4 (odds-on in places).
17.30 Gowran Park
Next it's over to Ireland where MORITZBURG has been the subject of strong support all morning.
The clear form pick based on his close third to Peace Envoy in a Listed contest at Naas towards the end of May, he has since disappointed when tried over this trip at the Curragh last time out.
Given a nice break since, it looks like a return to that May form is expected with the 10/3 on offer last night all gone, leaving 11/8 as the stand out price.
Back over to Kempton we go and to Luca Cumani's CRYPTIC.
A winner of a nursery here over 7f, the 3yo has since failed to build on that and has disappointed in his last three runs.
The market suggests more should be forthcoming from him today with this drop back down in class expected to spark a revival.
Opening up at 7/1 yesterday evening, 7/2 is now the best price on offer.
16.10 Newton Abbot
Finally it's to the Jumps and Newton Abbot where ROYAL IRISH HUSSAR has seen plenty of support in the 2m2f Handicap Hurdle.
Although he hasn't won a race in over two years, Nick Henderson's 6yo should be capable of holding his own at this level. A winner of three hurdle races from 2m to 2m 1f on good and good to soft ground he should also relish today's conditions.
An opening price of 9/2 is long gone with 5/2 the general offering from most firms.