Ashley Iveson previews all of Monday's action in both the UK and Ireland and comes up with a selection for every race.
NAP: 3.05 Brighton
Next Best: 6.45 Chelmsford
Dream Catching was not winning out of turn when opening his account at Brighton three weeks ago and he can follow up on his return to the Seaside venue.
Andrew Balding's youngster did not see the racecourse as a juvenile and was gelded before his debut in the spring of this year.
The son of Dream Ahead came mighty close to making the perfect start when beaten just half a length at Lingfield in April and has run well in defeat on a few occasions since, most notably finishing second in a decent handicap at Newbury in July.
He looked to have been found a gilt-edged opportunity when reverting to maiden company here last time and did not pass it up, making all the running on his way to a facile success.
The assessor has handed him a 2lb hike ahead of the starsports.bet Handicap, but with confidence buoyed he should still prove hard to beat.
The £25,000 Irish Lotto At totesport.com Handicap is the centrepiece of Chelmsford's evening fixture and the vote goes to Moqarrab.
Following a promising debut at Newmarket last November, Saeed bin Suroor's charge bolted up at Wolverhampton the following month and was just as dominant on his belated return to action at Dunstall Park in June.
He was well beaten on the grass at Newmarket's July meeting, but deserves another chance back on an artificial surface.
Missy Mischief is of significant interest in the Extra Places At totesport.com Handicap.
Despite only finishing fifth on her Goodwood debut in May of last year, trainer Jeremy Noseda considered his filly good enough to contest the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot.
She was far from disgraced in finishing ninth - beaten a shade over five lengths - but was not seen again in 2017.
The American-bred filly returned from a 14-month absence in a novice event at Doncaster a little over three weeks ago and there was a lot to like about the way she dismissed a subsequent winner in Field Gun.
Missy Mischief enters the handicap arena off what appears a workable mark and with James Doyle taking the ride, everything points to a big run.
There is an early-season treat for jumping fans at Perth, with several familiar names lining up for the Sodexo Prestige Venues And Events Killiecrankie Handicap Chase, chief among them Kim Bailey's Charbel.
Since making a winning fencing debut at Uttoxeter almost two years ago, the seven-year-old has been campaigned exclusively at Grade One level over the larger obstacles.
He was last seen falling in the Queen Mother Champion Chase and connections will be hoping he can make the most of having his sights lowered on his seasonal reappearance.
Sporting Life Tips
BRIGHTON: 2.00 Flora Tristan, 2.30 Barbarosa, 3.05 DREAM CATCHING (NAP), 3.35 Sauchiehall Street, 4.10 Wilson, 4.40 Nyala, 5.15 Imbucato.
CHELMSFORD: 5.45 Just Later, 6.15 Fognini, 6.45 Missy Mischief, 7.15 Moqarrab, 7.45 Jumeirah Street, 8.15 Guild, 8.45 Hint Of Grey.
LISTOWEL: 2.15 Heart Stealer, 2.45 Hot Stone, 3.20 Dabiyr, 3.50 Landsman, 4.25 Zander, 4.55 Burning Question, 5.30 Alternate Peace.
NEWTON ABBOT: 2.20 Pokari, 2.55 Roll The Dough, 3.25 Lord Topper, 4.00 Mizen Master, 4.30 Orchestrated, 5.05 Reason To Believe.
PERTH: 2.10 Global Jackpot, 2.40 Arizona Bound, 3.15 Miro, 3.45 Charbel, 4.20 Cold Shoulder, 4.50 Cooking Fat. 5.25 Carrie Des Champs.
DOUBLE: Dream Catching and Missy Mischief.