Alan had two placed horses with Monday's double, so he is hoping to hit the winners' enclosure in Essex tonight with his enhanced 50/1 double at Chelmsford.
"He backed that up with another good run last time at Doncaster in a race run in a good time, but unfortunately met a ton of trouble in the closing stages and Jamie Spencer was trapped without a place to go."
Oliver can go well for in-form yard
Leg 1 - Back Sir Oliver @ 5/1 in the 19:05 at Chelmsford
Trainer Chris Dwyer had a very nice newcomer win last week and the yard have fired in three winners from just eight runners recently, which is why Sir Oliver makes some appeal lining up in the 6f sprint at 19:05.
Forcing tactics suit this horse better. That was the case last time at Brighton, and was also the case when he won at Wolverhampton in February.
He has shown he acts on the Chelmsford surface when finishing and unlucky fourth here in April from a wide position.
This is a step up in grade considerably on that, but he has a good draw to get out and make the running.
Luck to change for Frantoio
Leg 2: Back Frantoio @ 5/1 in the 20:40 at Chelmsford
Saeed bin Suroor's Chief Of Staff goes handicapping for the first time in this closing race at Chelmsford, and while he is lightly raced from a big yard, his 13/8 price gives little room.
I am more interested in Frantoio for David Simcock - who shaped well on his handicap debut at Yarmouth when finishing second off 77.
He backed that up with another good run last time at Doncaster in a race run in a good time, but unfortunately met a ton of trouble in the closing stages and Jamie Spencer was trapped without a place to go.
He is a big price at 5/1 considering he's been a bit unlucky.