Timeform take you through the card at Yarmouth on Wednesday evening...
"He rates the type to do better still and can make it third time lucky."
Timeform on Machell Place
17:20 - PRINCESS KEIRA (3) and Terri Rules are closely matched on recent evidence and may well be the pair to focus on. The former was arguably left with a bit too much to do on her most recent outing and shades the vote to come out on top. A market move for handicap debutantes Caledonia Earl or Dutch Stranger would need to be viewed positively, however.
17:50 - MACHELL PLACE (3) has made a promising start to his career so far, building as expected on his debut effort when just touched off at Newmarket 11 days ago. He rates the type to do better still and can make it third time lucky. Dutch Treat is the clear danger on form and should be thereabouts, ahead of Allmankind.
18:20 - TYRSAL (9) only just failed to reel in a 3-y-o on his most recent C&D outing (5 lengths clear of the third) and he is fancied to make another bold bid from a 2 lb higher mark. Sussex Girl has edged below her last winning mark and the booking of De Sousa catches the eye, so she is feared, along with Zoffany Bay in a competitive heat.
18:50 - Like many from her yard, TROUBLE AND STRIFE (4) has improved for the switch to handicaps/tackling longer trips and it will come as no surprise to see her make a bold bid from the front once more. Nibras Galaxy may emerge as the chief threat.
19:20 - LAITH ALAREEN (3) is rapidly going the right way now, completing the hat-trick in good style at Doncaster last time out, and he can complete the 4-timer despite another 8 lb rise. Zac Brown ran well at Glorious Goodwood on Saturday and is feared most.
19:50 - HERRINGSWELL (6) looked a filly some way ahead of her mark when scoring over C&D 8 days ago and whilst this is undoubtedly a stronger affair, she is fancied to cope with the rise in class. Gainsay and Late Change are also progressing though, and shouldn't be dismissed lightly.
20:20 - LETMESTOPYOUTHERE (1) came unstuck when favourite for a Thirsk handicap on Friday, but in truth he didn't do much wrong, and this is a chance to make amends from the same mark. Deeds Not Words had his winning run ended at Lingfield but he shaped as though still in good form and he is the obvious danger.