There's still time for Dream Of Dreams to punch his ticket for Royal Ascot, according Keith Hamer. He's got a tip for every race at every meeting.
NAP: Dream Of Dreams (6.30 Windsor)
Next Best: Victory Angel (7.00 Windsor)
Dream Of Dreams can keep alive hopes of a date at Royal Ascot by landing the Listed honours in the Weatherbys Hamilton Stakes at Windsor.
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained five-year-old was placed at Group Two and Group Three level last year, and took advantage of a drop in grade when making a successful seasonal debut at Chelmsford last month.
He beat Hey Jonesy by a length and a quarter on that occasion and the second was not disgraced in the Duke of York Stakes on the Knavesmire the other day.
The son of Dream Ahead can take this prize ahead of a possible tilt at the Diamond Jubilee Stakes next month.
Victory Angel shaped encouragingly on his first run for Robert Cowell and could be ready to end a lean spell going back 21 months in the British Airways Flying With Confidence Course Handicap.
His form was in and out for Roger Varian - but Cowell is a past master with this type of performer and connections should have plenty of fun with him.
His fourth to On The Warpath at Newmarket on his first start for 191 days certainly augured well for the future.
Merry Banter can have a big say in the Watch Racing TV In Stunning HD Handicap at Redcar.
The Paul Midgley-trained sprinter was only beaten a length in this race last year by Justanotherrbottle, and went on to win at the seaside track in October.
The Bated Breath mare should be approaching her peak now after shaping well in two starts this spring, at Musselburgh and Epsom.
Highly Sprung won in good style at Pontefract recently and can follow up in the Penrith Handicap at Carlisle for trainer Les Eyre.
The six-year-old has been raised 5lb for that two-length success - but that does not look excessive and he should be suited by this stiff track.
David Loughnane snapped Plumette up out of Richard Fahey's stable after the filly took a Leicester seller.
The three-year-old enjoyed the step up to seven furlongs when scoring first time out for her new trainer at Chepstow earlier this month and can repeat the trick in division two of the Wreay Handicap.
Casement can continue his fine run of form since joining Mick Appleby by taking the J.F. Herring Handicap at Leicester.
The five-year-old has made light of a long absence to win and finish second in two races at Pontefract, with the only blip since leaving Alan King's yard coming on the all-weather at Southwell
He still on a reasonable mark compared to what he was in the past, and has only three rivals to beat - none of those having been in the best of form recently.
Sporting Life tips
CARLISLE: 2.10 Dragon Command, 2.45 Highly Sprung, 3.15 Lamloom, 3.45 So Macho, 4.15 Ramesses, 4.45 Plumette, 5.15 Star Shield, 5.45 Knowing Glance.
LEICESTER: 6.15 Dubai Ice, 6.45 Clayton, 7.15 Casement, 7.45 Bushtucker Trial, 8.15 Sylviacliffs, 8.45 Fearless Warrior.
LUDLOW: 2.20 Stephanie Sunshine, 2.55 Johnny Yuma, 3.25 Druide Premier, 3.55 Billy Hicks, 4.25 Criq Sun, 4.55 Micras.
REDCAR: 2.00 Insania, 2.35 Leave Em Alone, 3.05 Frosted Lass, 3.35 Falathaat, 4.05 Merry Banter, 4.35 Alexandrakollontai, 5.05 Risaala, 5.05 Victoriano.
WINDSOR: 5.30 Vexed, 6.00 Theory Of Time, 6.30 DREAM OF DREAMS (NAP), 7.00 Victory Angel, 7.30 Bettys Hope, 8.00 Magical Rhythms.
DOUBLE: Dream Of Dreams and Victory Angel.