Timeform take you through the card at Fontwell on Sunday.
13:55 - KAYLA (1) is building up a solid record at this level, just failing behind a thriving one at Towcester last time, and she could get back to winning ways if lasting out over this longer tri, she looks the one to focus on. Miss Yeats and Night Generation, successful on the level for Chris Gordon 3 weeks ago, are also respected.
14:25 - CODE OF LAW (1) remains a maiden, but he has been bumping into better-handicapped rivals, so he remains one to be interested in. He arguably ran his best race to date when third at Stratford earlier this month in what looked a stronger race than this, so with the drop back to 2m not expected to pose any problems, he's fancied to open his account.
14:55 - It's hard to get away from the claims of THE WICKET CHICKEN (5), who won a Hexham bumper last time, and looks the one to beat on hurdling debut. She will be suited by further than this trip in time, but this doesn't look the deepest race, and she looks the one to beat if her jumping holds up on her hurdling debut. Be Daring sets the standard on his first start for Chris Gordon, who is going through a good spell at present, so has to be feared.
15:30 - KELTUS (1) presumably needed the run after a break at Ayr last time and is taken to resume winning ways off what looks a fair mark stepping back into Class 3 company. Kilfinichen Bay served notice that he's back in better form when fifth at Uttoxeter last time and may provide the main threat ahead of Emma Lavelle's Caulfields Venture.
16:05 - LONDONIA (5) had a next-time-out winner in second when scoring at Towcester 3 weeks ago, proving better than ever, and is taken to follow up in a race seemingly lacking depth. Midnight Jitterbug is sure to win a race soon while he continues to settle, while Sixties Idol could improve now handicapping.
16:35 - CELTIC TUNE (2) continues in good heart and his turn may not be far away judged on his latest second over C&D, where a late blunder cost him having a proper crack at the winner. Finish The Story got back on track when third here last time and should remain competitive, along with Jack Snipe.
17:05 - COR WOT AN APPLE's (10) recent record isn't the most inspiring but he arrives on a potentially lenient mark, so in a race where several have something to prove, he could be worth chancing under an in-form Noel Fehily. Dragoon Guard and Cougar Kid are a couple of others to consider.
Win back COR WOT AN APPLE in the 17:05
13:55 - 1
14:25 - 1
14:55 - 5
15:30 - 1
16:05 - 5
16:35 - 2
17:05 - 10