The Notebook is out again and the Racing TV presenter has three more horses to add to your My Stable tracker.
The period between York's Ebor and Doncaster's St Leger can be relatively quiet I found another trio of horses for the Naughton Notebook;
Festival Day was unsuited by the way the 7f fillies' novice unfolded at Goodwood on Tuesday.
Slightly hampered leaving her favourable position in stall one, the classy daughter of Dubawi was shuffled to rear in this slowly run event.
Racing a little keenly on the heels of the leaders and short of room, James Doyle switched her to the outside two-out but twice-raced Dutch Painting had enjoyed a clear passage down the outside and gained three lengths.
Doyle and Festival Day did very well to make up plenty of ground in the final furlong and would have won in another couple of strides. The runner-up holds an entry in the Rockfel Stakes and will have learned plenty from this and will surely be winning soon, especially when able to stride on and exploit her enthusiasm.
She a well bred sister to Listed winner Lunar Maria and the dam is a sister to the dam of French Derby winner Study Of Man.
On Saturday, Migration finished a neck second to Hyanna in the 1m2f handicap at Sandown and was well backed to repeat what subsequent Group Two-winning stablemate Thundering Blue did in this race two years ago.
David Menusier's three-year-old was held up and did a lot of running to pass horses and go to the front two-out.
He has passed by Hyanna, who also came from rear and was unable to hold off that challenger having done plenty of work to get to the front.
The first and second were a couple of lengths clear and Migration deserves more chances.
Tim Easterby likes to leave a little to work on with his juveniles but the in-form Yorkshireman introduced a stunning debutant winner at Carlisle on Thursday.
Lampang was the subject of several racecourse whispers and strong support in the betting ahead of the 6f novice and duly impressed with a very smart turn of foot.
This £115,000 half-brother to Athmad and Rock Of Spirit was the choice of David Allan from four stablemates.
Not well drawn in stall ten, the son of Dandy Man was slowly away and stuck in the middle of the field before making good headway and producing a striking change of pace in the final two furlongs. Soon clear, it is rare to see such explosive speed for one so inexperienced.
There is surely more to come too. Exciting.