Anita Chambers fancies Mapped to come home in front at Kempton - she has a tip for every race at every meeting.
NAP: Mapped (8.30 Kempton)
Next Best: Leoncavallo (2.50 Worcester)
Mapped finally got off the mark at Kempton last time and he can be in the money again following the 32Red Handicap back at the Sunbury track.
The three-year-old has certainly taken some time to find the winning groove, running six times without success before scoring in a novice heat over this mile-and-a-half course.
He was a comfortable five-length winner in what was merely an average heat, but Mapped still got the job done in style and an opening mark of 79 might leave him with a bit to work with.
Charlie Hills' horses have certainly been running much better in recent weeks after a relatively quiet spell and Mapped can now continue on the upward curve.
Hills can also be on the mark with Mukhaater in division one of the 32Red On The App Store Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
A fair fifth on his sole juvenile start, he looked a promising enough type when fourth on his return in June but has since been off the track.
He has been entered and withdrawn from a couple of sales in the interim, so connections clearly think he is worth persevering with for now.
Arcanista can defy a 6lb penalty in the cinestock.co.uk Drive-In-Cinema 28 September Handicap at Brighton.
Chris Dwyer's five-year-old won as she liked over this six furlongs and the mare can follow-up while she is in such good heart.
Leoncavallo is an eyecatching runner at Worcester as he makes his debut over fences in the Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber Of Commerce Beginners' Chase.
A 144-rated hurdler, he was last seen when picking up a very decent cheque for finishing third in the Galway Hurdle, beaten just three and a half lengths.
If he makes the transition to chasing, Leoncavallo will be hard to beat.
Peter The Mayo Man makes his debut for Dan Skelton in the bestofbritishbeer.co.uk Handicap Chase.
Skelton has made hay with cast-offs from other yards but this one is different as he has joined from his former mentor, Paul Nicholls.
Nevertheless, he has always been held in very high regard without quite hitting the heights thought of by previous handlers and Skelton will be relishing the challenge.
Rising Marienbard might be the best bet in the Watch Live Programming On The ATR App Handicap Chase at Hexham.
Sporting Life tips:
BRIGHTON: 2.10 Top Beak, 2.40 Miss Gargar, 3.10 Imbucato, 3.40 Freebe Rocks, 4.10 Arcanista, 4.40 Rocksette, 5.10 Narjes, 5.40 Flowing Clarets.
GALWAY: 4.15 Steel Cap, 4.45 Braid Blue, 5.15 Pleasure Dome, 5.45 I'm Serious, 6.15 Winter Escape, 6.45 Bellgrove, 7.15 Pont Aval.
HEXHAM: 2.00 Icefall, 2.30 Skint, 3.00 Jack Lamb, 3.30 Rebel Yeats, 4.00 Wazowski, 4.30 Rising Marienbard, 5.00 Damut I'm Out.
KEMPTON: 5.30 Fairway To Heaven, 6.00 Roca Majica, 6.30 Kamikaze Lord, 7.00 Mukhaater, 7.30 Global Melody, 8.00 Is It Off, 8.30 MAPPED (NAP), 9.00 Stay In The Light.
WORCESTER: 2.20 Phangio, 2.50 Leoncavallo, 3.20 Peter The Mayo Man, 3.50 Stacey Sue, 4.20 Miss Mash, 4.50 Kitikat.
DOUBLE: Mapped and Leoncavallo.