Timeform take you through the card at Uttoxeter on Sunday.
"...Ben Pauling's charge could be worth rowing in with once again in this concluding leg of the Placepot..."
Timeform on Oskar Denarius
13:55 - BLACK BUBLE (6) was seen to good effect when opening his account at Bangor in April, but to his credit he ran really well when fourth from a 12 lb higher mark at Huntingdon 17 days ago, suggesting this even greater test of stamina will bring about further improvement. He gets the narrow vote, with C&D winner Zebi Boy and Norman The Red feared most.
14:30 - DASHING OSCAR (1) recorded back-to-back wins over hurdles in the autumn and was not disgraced when fourth in a much stronger heat at Sandown last time, perhaps just needing the run after four months off. A useful hurdler on the whole, there is no reason why he should not prove equally effective in this discipline and, with no obvious competition for the lead in this second leg of the Placepot, Harry Fry's charge should get a clear sight of his fences and looks worth backing to make a winning chase debut.
15:05 - DESIRABLE COURT (1) looked a good prospect when a facile scorer on hurdling debut at Newton Abbot earlier this month and a repeat should see Alan King's mare difficult to beat under a penalty. Queen's Magic and The Bay Birch are both interesting in their own right however, and can do battle for the forecast position.
15:40 - KAPSTADT (17) is turned out quickly just four days on from his second at Warwick, which is a slight concern, but he's well handicapped based on that effort and can provide his in-form yard with another winner of a decent prize. Last year's 1-2 Days of Heaven and Valseur du Granval are likely to figure again, while Some Invitation and Henryville are also likely to have their supporters in a very open race.
16:15 - TB BROKE HER (11) has been a big improver for this yard and she remains one to be positive about after her encouraging third back from a break at Ludlow. Hat-trick seeking Leith Hill Lad and the unexposed Good Man Vinnie head the dangers.
16:50 - OSKAR DENARIUS (2) was unpenalised for his Worcester win six days earlier and completed the hat-trick with the minimum of fuss at Newton Abbot last time, dictating on the front end and never in any danger once kicking for home at the top of the straight. He has an 11 lb hike in the weights to contend with here, but is clearly thriving at present - the winner of his last five completed starts, overall - and Ben Pauling's charge could be worth rowing in with once again in this concluding leg of the Placepot.
17:25 - WAY OUT WEST (6) makes most appeal in the finale following an improved effort at Huntingdon last time. Leapaway and Nelson's Touch head up the opposition.