Timeform pick out their three best bets in the UK on Sunday.
"...Pyla has shaped better than the bare result on each of her last two starts and could represent some value."
Dominance - Wolverhampton 15:15
This is a trappy three-year-old sprint, but Dominance dispatched modest opposition with the minimum of fuss at Chelmsford on her second start a fortnight ago and may be able to make a successful transition into handicaps. Rae Guest's filly is again partnered by Silvestre de Sousa, and she seems certain to leave the bare form of that run behind off an opening mark of 70.
Moonday Sun - Wolverhampton 16:25
Moonday Sun caught the eye on the clock when just getting going a bit too late at Lingfield last time, but that run suggests he's still on a workable mark for his new yard and he can resume winning ways in refitted cheekpieces. Moonday Sun signed off the Phil McEntee stable with a win at Chelmsford in January, taking advantage of having come 23 lb down the weights in the space of a year, and he remains favourably treated off a 6 lb here mark.
Pyla - Wolverhampton 17:35
This first division of the seven-furlong handicap looks open but Pyla has shaped better than the bare result on each of her last two starts and could represent some value. She finished a neck second to Giovanni di Bicci (won twice more since) at Chelmsford last month on her second start for the Denis Quinn yard, and again again caught the eye when sixth of 12 to Gavarnie Encore at Kempton last time, having been poorly drawn and left poorly placed.
Timeform UK Smartplays:
(All at Wolverhampton)
Back Dominance in the 15:15
Back Moonday Sun in the 16:25
Back Pyla in the 17:35