Timeform highlight the best bets at Monmore and Sheffield on Saturday.
"...he’s fancied to clear those around him early..."
Timeform on Coolavanny Kyser
Sams Elle (T2) lacks the benefit of a look around Monmore but she's been in cracking form in recent weeks, bolting clear early to land a good-quality affair at Sheffield recently. She often runs tracks well first time and, in this groove, may well be difficult to peg back if getting another flyer from the lids.
Slaneyside Enya (Trap 3) - 19:09 Sheffield
Following a short break in March, Slaneyside Enya (T3) has shown herself to be an improved performer recently, rattling off victories in A5/A4 prior to posting a career-best effort in defeat in the latter grade on her penultimate start. In truth, she had little go right when fourth last week, meeting with early trouble but powering to the pick-up. That effort marked her out as one to be interested in again and the daughter of Ballymac Vic - who certainly isn't reliant on an early lead - can turn mid-pack and announce her presence from the three-quarter point.
A recent finalist in the Laurels at Perry Barr (when undone by a missed break and crowding), Coolavanny Kyser (T4) showed he remains in fine fettle when registering a make-all success over this course and distance seven days ago, breaking swiftly and powering home for a three-and-three-quarter-length success. With a similar break this evening, he's fancied to clear those around him early and can maintain the gallop for further success.