All for Artemis
Anita Chambers believes Artemis can land the finale at Leicester this evening - out expert has a selection for every race.
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BATH: 2.35 To The Sky, 3.10 Captain Oats, 3.45 Jimmy's Girl, 4.20 Beacon, 4.55 Al Manaal, 5.30 Hamoody, 6.00 Crystalized.
CHESTER: 3.05 Little Belter, 3.40 Lexi's Hero, 4.15 Llanarmon Lad, 4.50 Pandorica, 5.25 Speed Hawk, 5.55 Kosika, 6.25 Johnno.
HEXHAM: 2.10 Hellorboston, 2.45 Vyta Du Roc, 3.20 Sambelucky, 3.55 Aalim, 4.30 Nosey Box, 5.05 Big George, 5.40 Streets Of Promise.
LEICESTER: 6.15 Solemn, 6.45 Larch, 7.15 Travis Bickle, 7.45 Iftaar, 8.15 Master Of Song, 8.45 Available, 9.15 Artemis.
LINGFIELD: 6.05 Vecheka, 6.35 Silvee, 7.05 Red Invader, 7.35 Ocean Crystal, 8.05 Estibdaad, 8.35 Maison Brillet, 9.05 Salient.
MUSSELBURGH: 1.00 Just The Tip, 1.30 Mowhoob, 2.00 Lysino, 2.30 Lexington Place, 3.00 Nashville, 3.35 Body And Soul, 4.10 Lil Sophella.
NAVAN: 1.45 Dandyleekie, 2.15 Pirita, 2.50 Little Sweetheart, 3.25 Catwilldo, 4.00 Agena, 4.35 Local Flier, 5.10 Just Gorgeous, 5.45 Memorable.
SANDOWN: 1.50 Agent Murphy, 2.20 St Moritz, 2.55 Wind Fire, 3.30 Pucon, 4.05 Aertex, 4.40 Kings Fete, 5.15 Spice Fair.
YORK: 2.05 Tiger Lilly, 2.40 Maven, 3.15 Lockwood, 3.50 EASTERN IMPACT (NAP), 4.25 Cool Music, 5.00 Pallister, 5.35 Ella's Delight.
DOUBLE: Eastern Impact and Lockwood.
Eastern Impact can prove best of three Richard Fahey-trained runners in the Betbright Charity Sprint at York.
Fahey does love a winner at his local track and in recent Newmarket victor Easter Impact, he appears to have an ideal candidate for this six-furlong event.
The Bahamian Bounty gelding raced just twice as a juvenile and was a bit disappointing on his three-year-old return when well beaten as a 7-2 favourite at Thirsk.
However, Eastern Impact perhaps just needed the run as he stepped up on that significantly when fourth in a decent Newmarket heat next time up, although he hardly helped himself by taking a strong grip early on.
He finished behind Nova Champ and Stars Above Me on that occasion but comprehensively reversed that form on his most recent outing back at Headquarters, winning by three-quarters of a length with the reopposing pair well in arrears.
That effort demonstrates the swift strides Eastern Impact has been making and while he has to contend with a 5lb rise, this looks an obvious event to tackle with this smart individual.
Lockwood can score for Godolphin in the Listed Ian And Kate Hall Macmillan Ganton Stakes.
A Group Three winner last term, he was slightly disappointing on his return when only third of four runners at Haydock last month.
That said, Lockwood has typically come on for his first outing and it would be no surprise if he could do so again here as he is the highest rated runner in the field and is also favoured by the conditions of the race.
Wind Fire has failed to spark so far this term but she is taken to return to form in a blaze of glory in Sandown's Betfred 'Hat Trick Heaven' Scurry Stakes.
She was placed in Pattern company on multiple occasions last year, easily moving into the top rank of juvenile sprinters when rounding off with second place in the Flying Childers last September.
Connections understandably wanted to see if she would stay any further in the spring and while she was not beaten far in the Nell Gwyn, the way she faded up the hill suggested that seven furlongs surpassed the limits of her stamina.
However, returned to six furlongs in a Listed event at Newbury, Wind Fire never really got into a challenging position as she had to settle for fourth behind Musical Comedy.
Given the current warm spell of weather, the Sandown ground is likely to be riding much quicker than it did in Berkshire and Wind Fire can take full advantage.
Body And Soul just lost out in a competitive York heat last month and she can gain full compensation in the William Hill Scottish Sprint Cup at Musselburgh.
Tim Easterby's charge went down by just a neck to Top Boy that day but given that Body And Soul was conceding the best part of 2st that day, it really was an excellent run.
She certainly seemed to thrive around this time last year and while she must shoulder a further 3lb this time, that does not seem too harsh given the level of her most recent outing.
Llanarmon Lad was edged out at Epsom last week but can make swift amends in the Crabbie's Original Handicap at Chester.
He went down by half a length to Abseil, who is a hot favourite for next week's Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot.
Llanarmon Lad was flying at the finish on the Downs but never really looked like getting there. This slightly easier task should see him back in winning form.
Beacon looks another likely juvenile winner for Richard Hannon in Bath's FSB Print And Mail/EBF Stallions Novice Stakes, while Ocean Crystal should go well in the Vin Di Franco Memorial Median Auction Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Lingfield.
Streets Of Promise should make no mistake in the Marie-Curie Mares' Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race at Hexham.