Charlie Appleby and William Buick look set for a super Sunday at Newmarket, headed by Soliloquy. Anita Chambers has a tip for every race.
Soliloquy can justify the decision to stump up a supplementary fee by winning the Qipco 1000 Guineas at Newmarket on Sunday.
The Dubawi filly came into 2018 under the radar having raced just twice as a juvenile, winning an Ascot maiden on her second start last September.
However, she announced her arrival on the main stage in some style, making every yard of the running to see off the reopposing Altyn Orda by a length and three-quarters.
Soliloquy got an excellent front-running ride that day and while Altyn Orda would be expected to improve for the run, the same comment also applies to Charlie Appleby's winner.
She stayed on really well that day and having won over a mile at Ascot, the trip should be of little concern, while her Australian pedigree on the distaff side suggests quick ground should not be a worry.
Soliloquy has a chunk to find with the likes of stablemate Wild Illusion and Aidan O'Brien's Happily, but she can rise to the challenge for the Godolphin team.
Appleby should also be on the mark with Wuheida in the Charm Spirit Dahlia Stakes.
Another supplementary entry for the team, Wuheida must concede weight all round in this nine-furlong contest but she shoulders that penalty for her fantastic Breeders' Cup win back in November.
After hitting the crossbar on numerous occasions at the top level after a late start to the campaign, Wuheida finally got her head in front at Del Mar.
While the Newmarket ground might not be quite as fast as that in California, the forecast dry spell should see it turn to Wuheida's advantage.
Lah Ti Dar takes a swift step up to Listed level in the Tweenhills Pretty Polly Stakes after only making her racecourse bow at Newbury last month. She made quite a splash that day in winning by six lengths and it is perhaps telling that John Gosden is already keen to ramp her up in class.
Mr Lupton should be thereabouts in the longholes.com Handicap after a very decent effort on his return at Doncaster in March.
A repetition of the form that saw him finish second in the Cammidge Trophy would put him in the mix once again here.
Fellow Richard Fahey inmate Bengali Boys is the pick in Hamilton's feature event, the totesport.com Tangerine Trees Conditions Stakes.
Winner of Newbury's Super Sprint last year, he found it tough going in better company after that but this looks comfortably within his radar.
Sporting Life tips
DUNDALK: 2.00 Andre Amar, 2.30 Masalai, 3.05 Terzetto, 3.40 Oor Jock, 4.15 Kerosin, 4.50 Schoolboy Error, 5.25 Smart Stinger.
HAMILTON: 1.30 Laughton, 2.05 Bengali Boys, 2.35 Starplex, 3.10 Tewafeedj, 3.45 Dandy Highwayman, 4.20 Sunader, 4.55 Mustaqbal.
NEWMARKET: 1.50 Adamant, 2.20 Wuheida, 2.55 Mr Lupton, 3.35 SOLILOQUY (NAP), 4.10 Fanaar, 4.45 Lah Ti Dar, 5.20 Kitaabaat.
SLIGO: 1.40 Be My Dream, 2.15 Msassa, 2.45 Oakfield Rose, 3.20 Causey Arch, 3.55 Sally Park, 4.30 Sunset Sadie, 5.05 Ferocious.
TOWCESTER: 1.00 Dandolo Du Gite, 1.35 Sheelbewhatsheelbe, 2.10 Our Reward, 2.40 The Sweeney, 3.15 Barley Hill, 3.50 Champagne At Tara, 4.25 Ask Dillon.
DOUBLE: Soliloquy and Wuheida.