14:15 - Three dominate the market at the time of writing, but Bookiesindex Boy isn't so good on turf as all-weather, nor as reliable, so it's best to go for Stonecrabstomorrow and Imaginary Diva, who were both C&D winners last summer.
14:45 - Kicken Off already has two seconds at the track to his name and should make the most of this opportunity to go one better in a weak-looking maiden, having achieved much more than the others, all of whom are fillies, incidentally.
15:15 - If you excuse Amber Heights her last run, when poorly positioned, she's an interesting contender on just her third start for Henry Candy (formerly trained by David Pinder), but she's far from banker material so take another, namely Homeboy, who shaped well over C&D last time.
15:45 - There's no more depth to this race than the first division, so two should be enough again. Ooi Long has been in the first three on each of his last three outings and should be thereabouts again if handling the ground, while Whiteoak Lady arrives on the back of a C&D win, so is of obvious interest.
16:15 - Penang Cinta won twice at Brighton in 2011 (6 from 15 there in total), including over today's trip, which is enough to book his place on the ticket, while King's Road has scored over C&D as recently as May, which also makes him a player in a race where it's worth taking on some of the market principals.
16:45 - The penalised C&D winner Renegotiate is the most likely winner, but he's not been the most reliable so far and Wind Star, who is well handicapped and has been in good form, should at least give him something to think about.
14:15 - 3, 4
14:45 - 1
15:15 - 1, 3
15:45 - 4, 7
16:15 - 3, 5
16:45 - 2
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