Anita Chambers makes History Writer her best bet at Windsor and she has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Nap: 750 Windsor
Next best: 640 Windsor
History Writer can finally realise his potential in the Moneycorp Exchange Experts Handicap at Windsor.
David Menuisier's three-year-old has shown some promise in his four career outings to date, placing on three occasions and only really disappointing once.
That lacklustre effort came on his seasonal bow over seven furlongs at Newmarket earlier this year, but since being switched up in trip, History Writer has fared much better.
Second at Nottingham was followed by a third at Thirsk on his most recent outing, when the race really was not run to suit him at all.
Menuisier moves up to 10 furlongs from a mile now and given both his pedigree and how he has stayed on in the past, this looks a good move from a stable on a high after a big-race win at the weekend.
Kessaar drops in class after finishing well down the field at Royal Ascot.
Second in what appeared to be a decent York maiden on his debut back in May, it was understandable that connections should want to take a punt in the Windsor Castle Stakes at the summer showpiece.
However, he was slowly away that day and never looked like getting back on terms, eventually finishing 18 lengths behind the winner.
John Gosden takes a step back in the British EBF Novice Stakes and that decision can pay dividends.
Ventura Dragon is worth a try as he returns from a lengthy break in the Western House Handicap at Ayr.
Richard Fahey's runner made a fine start to the year when winning at Doncaster in March, but he has not been out since gaining that half-length verdict.
He looked as though he might rate a bit better still in victory and Fahey will doubtless have him well prepared.
Shorter Skirt only lost out by a nose on her racecourse bow earlier this month so would not have to find too much to be thereabouts in the starsports.bet Fillies' Novice Stakes at Lingfield.
She found herself on the wrong end of a photo finish after looking as though she might just edge it at Kempton, but nevertheless it was a fine first performance.
Invisible Storm is one to note in the John Jones Memorial Handicap at Wolverhampton.
She will be making her debut in handicap company following a recent novice stakes success at Dunstall Park and her initial mark gives trainer William Stone plenty to work with.
Invisible Storm made all for victory that day and could still have a chunk up her sleeve.
Sporting Life selections:
AYR: 1.30 Roderick, 2.00 Mecca's Spirit, 2.30 Acadian Angel, 3.00 Golden Jeffrey, 3.30 Mustaqbal, 4.00 Ventura Dragon, 4.30 Royal Residence, 5.00 Encoded.
GALWAY: 5.20 Lucky Icon, 5.55 Dixie Highway, 6.25 Third World, 7.05 Scream, 7.40 Golden Spear, 8.10 Baba Boom, 8.40 Neptune.
LINGFIELD: 1.20 Shorter Skirt, 1.50 Akbar Shah, 2.20 Landue, 2.50 Gateway, 3.20 Boffo, 3.50 Twister, 4.20 Capestra, 4.50 Deer Song.
NEWTON ABBOT: 1.40 Haul Away, 2.10 David John, 2.40 Ballinure, 3.10 Ringa Ding Ding, 3.40 Kohuma, 4.10 Zoltan Varga, 4.40 Primal Focus.
WINDSOR: 5.35 Broad Appeal, 6.05 Vino Rosso, 6.40 Kessaar, 7.15 Gold Hunter, 7.50 History Writer, 8.20 Makambe.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.10 Implicit, 5.45 Anandita, 6.15 Invisible Storm, 6.50 Viola Park, 7.25 Glenglade, 8.00 Coral Queen, 8.30 Lopito, 9.00 Agadeer.
DOUBLE: History Writer and Kessaar.