Anita Chambers backs Marco Botti's Crowned Eagle to score - she has a tip for every race on every card on Monday.
Nap: Crowned Eagle (6.00 Kempton)
Double: Muneyra (6.30 Kempton)
Crowned Eagle can claim his first victory since March in the 32Red Floodlit Stakes at Kempton.
Marco Botti's charge has been relatively lightly campaigned this term, with just five starts through the summer, but he has shown some glimpses of form in those limited outings.
His most recent effort was particularly commendable, finishing two lengths behind Thundering Blue in a Group Three at Bro Park in Sweden in September.
While he never looked like troubling the winner, that was a decent run considering Thundering Blue has two Group One places to his name this season and Crowned Eagle was comfortably clear of the third.
The four-year-old had also shown up well in the likes of the Old Newton Cup during the summer months, so it is easy to see how his rating has climbed to 110 ahead of this Listed heat.
Proven on the surface having won the Rosebery Handicap earlier in the season, Crowned Eagle makes plenty of appeal ahead of what could be a profitable winter for him.
Muneyra let her supporters down when sent off odds-on last time out, but can make amends in the 32Red.com Fillies' Handicap.
She broke her maiden at the second time of asking and was all the rage for a novice heat at Chelmsford last month.
However, she just could not find the necessary pace to reel in the winner that day and a move to the handicap sphere seems to make sense.
Her fellow William Haggas inmate Cloudlam can also hit the mark in the Breeders Backing Racing EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes.
She finished fourth on her debut in a race that has worked out well and was far from disgraced when second on her latest start at Hamilton. Switching to fillies' only company and dropping to a mile should play in her favour.
Roll The Dough gets the nod in the HFT Forklifts Chase at Hereford.
The Philip Hobbs-trained nine-year-old won successive races at Newton Abbot in September before finishing fourth at Stratford last month. He needs to raise his game to rediscover the winning trail but is capable of doing so.
What's Occurring can make it a quick Hereford double in the Central Roofing Novices' Hurdle.
He made all for a two-length win last month and can follow up under a penalty for Oliver Sherwood.
Royal Hall should continue his excellent run of form in the Free Tips Daily On attheraces.com Handicap Hurdle at Plumpton.
The six-year-old has been mixing it on the level and over jumps in recent months and has won his last three starts over hurdles.
He was value for more than the winning margin of half a length on his most recent outing at this venue and a 5lb rise does not look insurmountable.
Sporting Life tips
HEREFORD: 1.45 Aristocracy, 2.15 Love Lane, 2.45 Roll The Dough, 3.15 What's Occurring, 3.45 Wisecracker, 4.15 Risk And Co
KEMPTON: 4.30 Watheerah, 5.00 Cloudlam, 5.30 Skydiving, 6.00 CROWNED EAGLE (NAP), 6.30 Muneyra, 7.00 Fieldsman, 7.30 Clovelly Bay.
PLUMPTON: 1.30 Looks Frozen, 2.00 Andapa, 2.30 Between The Waters, 3.00 Royal Hall, 3.30 Turban, 4.00 Westerbee.
DOUBLE: Crowned Eagle and Muneyra.