Timeform take you through the card at Nottingham on Sunday...
"She's closely related to the 7f winner Garter and is out of a dam who was a 5f/6f winner as a two-year-old (including on debut), so could easily make a big impact today."
Timeform on Sibirica
13:45 - Charlie Fellowes didn't have a debutant two-year-old winner in 2017, but has already struck this season with the Highclere Thoroughbred Racing-owned Snazzy who heads for the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot. In the same ownership, SIBIRICA (7) is of interest in the opener, representing a sire with a decent strike-rate with horses making their debut. She's closely related to the 7f winner Garter and is out of a dam who was a 5f/6f winner as a two-year-old (including on debut), so could easily make a big impact today. With only two places to play for, it's worth including favourite NAPANOOK (4) who posted fairly-useful form when runner-up on his racecourse bow at Haydock last month and should have learnt plenty from that experience.
14:20 - HONEY MAN (2), Zatorius and Team Decision look the trio to concentrate on, and slight preference is for the first-named after he was unlucky not to win at Goodwood last time. He was third of nine in a minor event when last seen, finishing with running left, and remains open to improvement.
14:55 - The promising MY BOY SEPOY (4) pulled clear with the second when getting off the mark at Bath last month and remains low-mileage. That was a career-best effort and, though 7 lb higher now, he likely has more to offer and is taken to follow up here. Whitehall is steadily progressive and rates the principal danger after a solid third at Newmarket last time, whilst Farhh Away and Thundercloud are also respected.
15:30 - Titi Makfi is respected, despite her 3 lb-penalty for winning a similar listed contest at Kempton in November, however MAID TO REMEMBER (8) looks of interest for a yard that do well with their horses running over 10f+. A rather unfurnished filly for Ralph Beckett last season, she showed fairly useful form when winning a 1m maiden at the track on debut, before running to a similar level when fifth on handicap debut at Windsor last time. She's bred to improve with time and looks one to follow this season. COMPANY ASSET (3), who progressed well last season and should prove all the better for her comeback at Ayr, also makes it into the placepot perm.
16:05 - MOONRAKER (6) made an immediate impression when winning on his debut for Mick Appleby, and looks well handicapped here despite an 8 lb higher mark, having won off a mark of 98 back in 2015 for Mick Channon. Appleby has dominated this 5f handicap in recent years, and is chasing a hat-trick after wins for Tangerine Trees and Escalating over the past two seasons, and Moonraker is expected to be hard to pass from the front. C&D winner JUSTANOTHERBOTTLE (1) seems sure to make another bold bid now he's back up and running after a win at Redcar last time, so is also included.
16:40 - SPOT LITE (5) is going the right way, winning at Bath and Chelmsford last month, and can complete the hat-trick. He produced a career-best effort when winning last time, keeping on well late on, and is preferred to the likes of Undercover Brother, who was back to form at Catterick last time, and Catterick third Donny Belle.
17:15 - HOPE IS HIGH takes a drop back in class and could be primed to strike with Silvestre De Sousa (who won 4 times on her last year) back on board. Navajo Star should go well again under a penalty for Wednesday's Wetherby win, while Brigadoon usually gives his running at this track.