Anita Chambers expects David O'Meara to have a good day at Redcar and has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Nap: 4.55 Redcar
Next best: 3.55 Stratford
Giant's Treasure can spearhead a double for David O'Meara at Redcar.
The four-year-old will be having just his fourth career start when lining up in the Sky Bet Go-Racing-In-Yorkshire Summer Festival Handicap and looks open to any amount of progression.
Giant's Treasure was previously trained by Richard Hannon and won for him on the Kempton all-weather last March, but he did not reappear until this April, having changed hands for 60,000 guineas back in February.
Two third places for O'Meara suggests his ability remains intact and he should continue to progress now that he is back in the racing groove.
Switching back to six furlongs is an interesting move, but O'Meara most certainly knows what he is doing.
Jacbequick should earlier have initiated a brace for the North Yorkshire handler in the Help For Heroes & Royal British Legion Classified Claiming Stakes.
He has lost his way a bit of late, but this sort of level presents a good opportunity.
Master Burbidge made a costly late blunder last time, but a sharper round of fencing should see him thereabouts in the Finnick Group Handicap Chase at Stratford.
He was poised to make his move at Worcester before clattering the penultimate obstacle, putting paid to any chance of getting involved in the shake-up.
The handicapper has eased him 1lb for that mishap and it would not take too much to regain the sort of form that saw him score twice last term.
Ordo Ab Chao is interesting back over the smaller obstacles in the Touch FM Selling Hurdle.
He was not beaten too far by his only rival on his chasing bow back in May and it must be remembered this horse was good enough to strike at Grade Two level in the past.
Cracker Factory looks an excellent recruit to the National Hunt ranks and can make it two from two over obstacles by winning the NewtonAbbotRace On Twitter Juvenile Hurdle.
He jumped nicely when coming home seven lengths clear at Aintree last month and while he might not be one of Alan King's eventual stars this term, he is one to follow while the ground remains quick.
It is day two of the Irish Oaks meeting at the Curragh and Mabs Cross can claim a starring role in the Sapphire Stakes.
She finished a two-length third behind Blue Point in the King's Stand at Ascot and a repeat of that effort should ensure she troubles the judge.
September is an eyecatching contender as she returns from a long lay off in the Kilboy Estate Stakes.
An injury in the early part of the year scuppered her Classic hopes but it is not too late to make her mark on this season, with this Group Two heat a perfect starting point.
Sporting Life tips:
CURRAGH: 1.45 Fire Fly, 2.20 Urban Light, 2.55 Mabs Cross, 3.30 September, 4.05 Bona Fide, 4.40 She's A Star, 5.15 Park Bloom, 5.50 Falak.
NEWTON ABBOT: 1.50 Hoover Fever, 2.25 Capeland, 3.00 Tidal Watch, 3.35 Deadly Move, 4.10 Cracker Factory, 4.45 As You Like, 5.20 Lake Shore Drive.
REDCAR: 2.00 Kingson, 2.35 Plansina, 3.10 Grey Spirit, 3.45 Whinmoor, 4.20 Jacbequick, 4.55 GIANT'S TREASURE (NAP), 5.30 Fondest, 6.00 Midnight Warrior.
STRATFORD: 2.10 Havisham, 2.45 Primogeniture, 3.20 Ordo Ab Chao, 3.55 Master Burbidge, 4.30 Bright Tomorrow, 5.05 St Merryn, 5.40 Getaway Honey.
TIPPERARY: 2.05 Dont Kick Nor Bite, 2.40 Mister Butler, 3.15 Seskin Flyer, 3.50 Monbeg Chit Chat, 4.25 Mrs Lovett, 5.00 Classic Theatre, 5.35 Sandycove Island.
DOUBLE: Giant's Treasure and Master Burbidge.