Nick Robson fancies the chances of Foxy Forever at Kempton on Monday - he has a selection for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Nap: Foxy Forever (4.25 Kempton)
Next Best: Crispina (4.55 Kempton)
Foxy Forever can defy his advancing years in the 32Red Casino Handicap at Kempton.
Michael Wigham's charge turns 10 in January, but he remains a useful sprinter and the handicapper has had to start moving him back up after a recent return to form.
Without a win since June, he nevertheless has been running consistently of late and has made the frame in his last three starts.
Having won at Kempton in the past, there is no trouble on that score, and given he is just 1lb higher than his last success he is not handicapped out of the equation.
Ralph Beckett has been carrying all before him in juvenile races for the past few weeks and introduces another eyecatching newcomer in Crispina in the 32Red-sponsored Novice Stakes.
By Kingman, from the family of Cityscape and Bated Breath, the Khalid Abdullah-owned two-year-old will know her job and market confidence should be acted upon.
Quintada is the pick in the 100% Profit Boost At 32Redsport.com Handicap.
She hit the mark at Newmarket last month, taking a four-runner affair in decent style, triumphing by two lengths while seemingly having a decent chunk in reserve.
Mark Johnston's charge was notching the third win of her career and while she has not really matched up to the promise she showed when beating subsequent Group Two winner Mehdaayih on her debut last year, she remains pretty useful.
Firelight was knocking on the door at Group Two level last year, but she had not looked up to that sort of task so far this year.
Andrew Balding tried her in handicap company three times earlier this year, but after failing to hit the mark, she embarked on a bit of a break and returns from a 122-day absence in the 32Red Handicap.
A winner on the Kempton surface last year, the Polytrack clearly holds no fears and if she can get back to anywhere near her form of last year, she would take some beating.
There is jumping action up at Ayr, where Lucinda Russell's Order Of Thistle makes his debut over obstacles in the EBF Stallions/Weddings At Western House "National Hunt" Novices' Hurdle.
A fair fourth in a bumper at Kelso in February he was a smooth winner at Sedgefield recently and looks to have a future.
The Rebecca Menzies-trained Nortonthorpelegend might be the answer to the Book 2nd January Raceday And Celebrate Handicap Chase.
The nine-year-old already has seven career victories to his credit and while he disappointed on his latest appearance at Kelso, he is fancied to bounce back on a track where he has struck gold before.
Sporting life tips
AYR: 1.00 Elle Est Grande, 1.35 Order Of Thistle, 2.10 Big Nasty, 2.45 Nortonthorpelegend, 3.20 Letmego, 3.50 Mr Caplan.
GALWAY: 12.40 Elfin Queen, 1.10 Lightning Amber, 1.45 Sasta, 2.20 Rosy Life, 2.55 Day Dreamin', 3.30 Jazz Lady, 4.05 War Anthem, 4.35 Bajan Excell.
KEMPTON: 4.25 FOXY FOREVER (NAP), 4.55 Crispina, 5.30 Candid, 6.00 Back From Dubai, 6.30 Nashy, 7.00 Reloaded, 7.30 Firelight, 8.00 Quintada.
WEXFORD: 12.50 Front View, 1.25 Bua Boy, 2.00 Shumaker, 2.35 Punitive, 3.10 Discorama, 3.45 Eclair De Beaufeu, 4.20 Axiomatic.
DOUBLE: Foxy Forever and Crispina.