14:00 Yarmouth

Anif wins in his turn but it's well over three years since he last won races back-to-back and carries risk in his bid follow up last month's C&D success. Realised, a close third that day, is possibly the one to take from that race, given he has a 3lb pull at the weights. Nevertheless, there have been signs of a revival posted by HARRY THE HAGGLER of late and, back on a winning mark, the Stuart Williams-trained gelding looks the pick of this bunch on current ratings.
Prediction : 1st Harry The Haggler 2nd Realised 3rd Anif

14:30 Yarmouth

The consistent Tourist is potentially a winner in waiting after solid placed efforts in both runs for his current yard. However, the son of Zoustar is starting to look vulnerable to less exposed types and may again have to play second fiddle if GOOD GOOD GOOD, who is a half-sister to Richmond Stakes runner-up Al Karrar, hits the gates running on her debut for an in-form yard. Arkhalia Flynn and the first-time-visored Ravensbourne are a couple of others to consider.
Prediction : 1st Good Good Good 2nd Tourist 3rd Arkhalia Flynn

15:00 Yarmouth

SMART CHARGER saw the trip out well to get up narrowly over C&D last month and may have more to give with his stamina now proven. With first-time cheekpieces added on just his third start for the the Alan King yard, a 3lb higher mark might not be enough to prevent him from following up. Placated and Hill Spirit have both done well over this trip on the all-weather of late and are other solid contenders for consideration.
Prediction : 1st Smart Charger 2nd Placated 3rd Hill Spirit

15:35 Yarmouth

Tribal Chief has to be of interest following his successful handicap debut at Nottingham earlier in the month, but a 6lb penalty will make life tougher for him. With that in mind, preference is for SALAMANCA CITY, who put in a career best when third off this mark at Leicester and she may still have more to offer. Baroque Buoy edges out Beach Point and Miss Sunset Strip to be best of the rest.
Prediction : 1st Salamanca City 2nd Tribal Chief 3rd Baroque Buoy

16:10 Yarmouth

Moreginplease has to be high on the shortlist after getting off the mark at Lingfield last month. However, she is 5lb higher here and is not the most reliable of performers, so AMROON gets the vote. Marco Botti's gelding has been running well in defeat on the all-weather of late and is likely to be in the mix if transferring that ability to turf. Edergole's Gift (third) and Another Jack (fourth) were behind Moreginplease last time, but could get closer on better terms.
Prediction : 1st Amroon 2nd Moreginplease 3rd Another Jack

16:40 Yarmouth

In a moderate event, marginal preference is for BERNARD SPIERPOINT, who showed some promise when fifth in a handicap at Brighton last month. A reproduction of that form would give him a big chance at this level, now back with the Charlie Wallis team. Similar comments apply to Porfin after his effort at Leicester recently, while Fantasy Navigator and Justahunch are others who merit places on the shortlist.
Prediction : 1st Bernard Spierpoint 2nd Porfin 3rd Fantasy Navigator