Oddschecker tips for every race at Nottingham on Tuesday.
In this competitive contest marginal preference is for EXPLICIT, who was by no means disgraced when 10th at Goodwood last time out. The son of Expert Eye has shown plenty of promise this term and he gets the nod to gets back to winning ways in these calmer waters. Treble Glory (also engaged to run at Ripon on Monday evening) has been a consistent performer of late and could be on the scene yet again, while Stormy Pearl can follow them home.Prediction : 1st Explicit 2nd Treble Glory 3rd Stormy Pearl
With plenty of fascinating debutants on show, the market may tell us more. It may be best to opt for the slightly more experienced ROLL IT IN GLITTER, who hit the line with plenty of conviction when third at Newcastle last time out. The son of Gustav Klimt gets the tentative vote, while Alaskan Point must be considered after a respectable effort when sixth at Ascot last month. Fox Island was by no means disgraced when fourth on her debut and she completes the shortlist.Prediction : 1st Roll It In Glitter 2nd Alaskan Point 3rd Fox Island
Mukha Magic brushed aside his rivals with consummate ease at this venue last time out and the Gay Kelleway-trained six-year-old demands the utmost respect. This contest demands considerably more off 8lb higher, though, and marginal preference is for MYBOYMAX, who had plenty in hand when relishing the step up in trip at Yarmouth last month. He can defy a 6lb rise, while Gordons Aura can follow them home.Prediction : 1st Myboymax 2nd Mukha Magic 3rd Gordons Aura
KORKER has been slowly away on his most recent starts which has to be a concern. However, his third behind leading Nunthorpe contender Royal Aclaim at York was a solid effort and a repeat of that is likely to see him back to winning ways. Audience travelled strongly before hanging in the closing stages at Newmarket and the drop to the minimum trip could be to his benefit. Burning Cash would have to respected if bouncing back to the form of his Doncaster victories earlier in the summer.Prediction : 1st Korker 2nd Audience 3rd Burning Cash
So Grateful reward connections for his recent consistency by getting off the mark at Southwell on his latest outing. That said, the four-year-old faces a stiffer task with the handicapper putting him up 6lb, so the vote goes to COOPERATION. A winner over C&D on Thursday, his 5lb penalty has been negated by his rider's claim and a repeat of that effort might just suffice. Enderman is capable of bouncing back from a disappointing performance at Thirsk in June.Prediction : 1st Cooperation 2nd So Grateful 3rd Enderman
THUNDER FLASH arrives having won his last couple of starts at Leicester and the five-year-old has been found a decent opportunity to make it three on the bounce. Nine Elms has been running consistently well of late and he is likely to enter the reckoning along with Divine Comedy, who got off the mark on her return to action at Newcastle.Prediction : 1st Thunder Flash 2nd Nine Elms 3rd Divine Comedy