14:10 Doncaster

There is no doubt this will be a sterner test of her credentials but even still SEA ON TIME looks very promising to my eye and I think she can make it 2 wins from her first 3 starts. This Sea The Stars filly was a big eye-catcher on debut missing out by just a head at the line. She improved to land the odds at Haydock last time and with further progress on the cards now she should prove tough to beat. William Haggas couldn’t be in better form with a four-timer at Haydock yesterday and this filly clearly has plenty going for her. Atlantis looks the danger for John and Thady Gosden. This filly acquitted herself well in defeat when second at Newmarket. The winner Time Lock has been beaten since but is clearly still promising so the form is solid enough. She has more to come and should keep the selection honest. Traila is another one to note in a good race.

17:33 Haydock

 really liked the way DAL MALLARD opened her account at Bath and while she failed to follow up at Nottingham last time off a 5lb higher mark I thought she ran well enough in defeat to make her a strong play here. She was given a lot to do by James Doyle on that occasion and just couldn’t make the ground up in time. While the form hasn’t produced any next time out winners yet a couple out of that have run well and placed so it has some substance. She has more to come on just her fourth start over this trip and with further improvement to come she can get back to winning ways. Do I Dream won nicely at Pontefract back in April but that was over a mile and she needs to prove herself up in trip. If she stays then she could be the danger. Solanna saw her winning run come to an end here last time but may still have a bit more to come back up to this trip now.