Keith Hamer makes Night Secret his best bet of the day at Windsor on Monday and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
NAP: Night Secret 6.30 Windsor
Next best: Lawn Ranger 8.30 Windsor
Night Secret can come out into the open by registering her first victory in the Download The Marathonbet App Classified Stakes at Windsor.
The William Haggas-trained filly makes her seasonal debut in Monday's six-furlong contest and looks the one with the most potential.
The daughter of Dark Angel had all her three races to date in the autumn, and showed enough ability to give connections hope she can at least win a race at some stage.
After two fair efforts over seven furlongs, Night Secret was second of 14 to Dazzling Dan when dropped down a furlong at Doncaster in November.
She remains at that trip for her reappearance, which does not look the stiffest of tasks.
Lawn Ranger won over Windsor's 10 furlongs four weeks ago, and can repeat the trick in the Sky Sports Racing Virgin 535 Handicap.
Michael Attwater's charge failed by only a neck to double up at Lingfield, but that was over a longer trip and was still a good effort.
Red Archangel has yet to get on the scoresheet, but that could happen in the Phil O'Hara Birthday City Handicap at Brighton.
The three-year-old filly, trained by Richard Spencer, made the frame for the first time on the most recent of her seven starts to date when third to Seascape at Salisbury - on her second attempt at a mile and a quarter a month ago.
That was a big step up on her previous efforts, so if she shows even just natural improvement from that she should be competitive.
Perfect Illusion ran her best race for some time when third to Makawee at York recently, which augurs well for her crack at the Park Lane Group Handicap.
After recording the second of her two career victories at Lingfield in February 2018, Perfect Illusion was out of the places in eight outings until that last effort.
Davydenko is difficult to oppose in the Join Racing TV Now Novice Stakes at Thirsk.
Sir Michael Stoute's Intello colt failed to cut much ice in a Salisbury contest won by the high-class Cap Francais on his only appearance as a juvenile, but made a smart start to his three-year-old campaign with an assured victory at Windsor last month.
The three horses who finished immediately behind him have all run with credit since, and connections will be hoping Davydenko can defy a penalty before stepping up in grade during the summer.
Abate has been knocking at the door in all three starts this season for Adrian Nicholls, and can get off the mark in the Watch Racing TV Now Maiden Stakes.
Well beaten on his only run for Roger Charlton as a two-year-old, the Bated Breath colt has shown plenty of speed in his races and looks to hold solid claims in this five-furlong heat.
Sporting Life selections:
BRIGHTON: 2.00 Essaka, 2.30 My Motivate Girl, 3.00 Under Curfew, 3.30 Red Archangel, 4.00 Perfect Illusion, 4.30 Daniel Dravot, 5.00 Harlequin Rose.
GOWRAN: 2.05 Arabeska, 2.35 Mary Salome, 3.05 Lady Scathach, 3.35 Jumellea, 4.05 Belle Cora, 4.35 Pepperoni Pete, 5.05 Up Helly Aa.
LISTOWEL: 1.50 Penny Out, 2.20 Fast Buck, 2.50 Ingleby Mackenzie, 3.20 Mr Jacaranda, 3.50 Mill Quest, 4.20 Rewritetherules, 4.50 Golazo.
THIRSK: 2.15 Oso Rapido, 2.45 Davydenko, 3.15 Gift In Time, 3.45 Supaulette, 4.15 Francophilia, 4.45 Abate, 5.15 Gunnabedun.
WINDSOR: 5.30 Junior Rip, 6.00 Golden Horde, 6.30 NIGHT SECRET (NAP), 7.00 Ricochet, 7.30 Shining, 8.00 Medieval, 8.30 Lawn Ranger.
WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.45 Captain Ryan, 6.15 Royal Council, 6.45 Furious, 7.15 Dream Magic, 7.45 Neff, 8.15 Rockesbury, 8.45 Powerful Star.
DOUBLE: Night Secret and Lawn Ranger.