First up is the Ger Lyons' trained runner RADAR O'REILLY.
A winner at 1m 2f on good/yielding ground on his penultimate start, he finished a disappointing 8l behind the winner when last of 4 at 15/8fav on his latest outing here over 1m 4f (heavy) last month.
Punters are obviously hopeful the drop back in trip on a more sounder surface will see a return to form with odds of 7/2 the best on offer from 8/1 last night
Next up is the Ed Walker 2yo SILENT ASSASSIN.
Beaten 8l by subsequent Group 2 winner Tis Marvellous when second of 9 at 7/1 on debut last month, the son of Shamardal is expected to go one better here.
9/4 on first showing last night, support has been coming all morning with 6/4 now the biggest price on offer.
Also at Roscommon there has been money for MASSIF CENTRAL.
Catching the eye when a fast-finishing 3rd behind some decent opposition on his introduction over 6f at Naas, he should benefit from this step up in trip.
It looks like punters are keen to take on the odds-on favourite in the race and have backed Massif in from 4/1 last night into 7/4 in places.
Finally it's off to Windsor where SUN ANGEL has been well supported for the in-form Henry Candy.
The 3yo filly improved upon her debut effort when fifth in what looked a decent maiden at Glorious Goodwood (fourth has won subsequently) and further progress could see her off the mark today.
3/1 yesterday evening, bookmakers are now as short as 13/8 in places.