Timeform provide three selections from Sheffield on Monday afternoon.
"...today she looks well housed in the red jacket given the make-up of the race and, in the hope she can hold her position approaching the first bend, she is fancied to add to her tally."
OUR LADY JANE (Trap 3, 15.07) has yet to scale the same heights she reached during mid-summer upon returning to the fray in recent weeks, although her consistency has been hard to knock and she is fancied to build on a sound second in handicap company 7 days ago and hopefully resume winning ways.
MY GIRL DIAN (Trap 6, 15.28) is now firmly in to the veteran stage of her career, yet proved she still has plenty of fire in her belly when scoring in A5 grade 6 days ago. Her style of running is ideally suited to handicap racing and, in a race lacking depth, she is fancied to prove too strong for this afternoon's rivals late in the day.
MARINAS FLYER (Trap 1, 15.48) was unable to justify short-priced favouritism in this grade of D3 7 days ago yet her chances were compromised by trouble-in-running. However, today she looks well housed in the red jacket given the make-up of the race and, in the hope she can hold her position approaching the first bend, she is fancied to add to her tally now.
(All from Sheffield)
Win back Our Lady Jane (Trap 3) in the 15:07 at Sheffield
Win back My Girl Dian (Trap 6) in the 15:28 at Sheffield
Win back Marinas Flyer (Trap 1) in the 15:48 at Sheffield