Timeform take you through the card at Ripon on Sunday.
14:00 - ARBALET (2) makes obvious appeal, having bumped in to the promising Hey Gaman at Yarmouth last time. He didn't look the finished article that day (slowly into stride) and should have even more to offer here.
14:30 - This doesn't look as strong as the first division and if MOLLY MAYHEM (8) can take a step forward from her debut at Newcastle then she could get involved here. Of the newcomers, MYDADSARED (4) is of interest for an in-form yard who saddled a first-time-out two-year-old winner earlier in the month.
15:00 - SOOQAAN (7) hasn't won since 2014 but did shape well from out of the weights at Beverley last time and may well better his fourth-place finish here from the same mark. From the foot of the weights NAVAJO THUNDER (16) is one who could have more to offer, having shaped well on her handicap debut/seasonal reappearance at Pontefract in May. She didn't go on from that at Yarmouth next time, but that first start has worked out well and she remains with some potential.
15:30 - ROYAL DECREE (14) has been shaping up as though the step up to this trip will bring about further improvement, and he looks one to keep onside here for a yard in top form. Kevin Ryan has a good record with first-time headgear and HITCHCOCK (7) has dropped to a very good mark on the form he showed first time out (at Newcastle in February) if blinkers can get him back on track.
16:00 - MYSTERIAL (6) was ridden too aggressively at Thirsk last time but was in good form prior to that when winning at Pontefract (beating an interesting three-year-old), and should be able to get back to winning ways now down in grade here.
16:30 - Non-runners have weakened this race and it could provide a good opportunity for the sole three-year-old in the field MUSCIKA (4), whose win at Ayr on his penultimate start is working out well. He failed to build on that at the same track last time, but is worth another chance to do so here in a field of mostly exposed types.
17:00 - Sir Michael Stoute's filly Flourishing could have been let in to the handicap lightly off a mark of 75 (narrowly defeated by Harba on her penultimate start, who bolted up off 68 on her handicap debut) and looks the one to beat here.
17:30 - Angel In The Snow has had less racing than some of these and caught the eye under a patient ride at Nottingham on his last start. He should have races in him over this sort of trip based on his pedigree and is worth chancing here despite being a few pounds out of the weights.
Win back Angel In The Snow in the 17:30 at Redcar