Anita Chambers makes Achille her best Sunday bet and she has a tip for every race at every meeting in the UK and Ireland.
NAP: Achille 3.40 Ffos Las
Next best: 3.55 Plumpton Cadeau Du Bresil
Achille can atone for a disappointing effort last time out with victory in the Specsavers Llanelli Handicap Chase at Ffos Las.
Venetia Williams' runner was sent off the 3-1 favourite for a three-and-a-half-mile heat at Taunton last month, but he was struggling from some way out and was eventually pulled up with four still to jump.
It transpired the nine-year-old had suffered from an irregular heartbeat that day, so it is perhaps best to just put a line through that and look back to his previous runs for a better indication of his ability.
Three starts had yielded a second and two victories, resulting in a total 18lb hike which still does not look totally beyond him.
Achille reverts to three miles here and with conditions likely to be testing, he can get back on the right track.
Good Boy Bobby has seen only limited action this term but still appears to be one on the upgrade in the Marketing Stop Novices' Hurdle.
He has won five of his sevens starts in bumper and hurdles company so far, with his recent Southwell victory representing little more than an exercise gallop as he made all for a 44-length verdict.
That victory put his unexpected previous defeat well behind him and even with his welter burden of 12st 1lb, he is still well in against his rivals for this assignment.
Cadeau Du Bresil can take a starring roll in the Hepworth's Crazy Horse Cup Handicap Chase at Plumpton.
The seven-year-old struck gold for the first time in all but a year when winning at this track last month, and a subsequent narrow second does little to temper enthusiasm.
He was most unfortunate at Bangor most recently, with a last-fence faller impeding his run to the line - a factor which could have been crucial given he was only beaten half a length.
Cadeau Du Bresil deserves plenty of credit for his battling attitude and can give another good account of himself.
Vision Clear is the pick in the Hepworth Saxon Sussex Stakes Maiden Hurdle after two decent efforts to date for Gary Moore.
Previously a winner on the level for Ed Dunlop, Vision Clear has made a fair start over obstacles, racing far too keenly on his first attempt before showing much more promise with a second place at this track last time out.
He settled much better, but a jumping error three out just checked his momentum a bit and he probably used his run too early as he was eventually outstayed.
Vision Clear is learning with each run and his time should soon arrive.
Listed honours are up for grabs in Ireland with Echo Park a real contender in the BetVictor Bet £5 Get £30 Offer Irish EBF Noblesse Stakes at Cork.
One or two of her rivals may have more obvious claims, but she made plenty of progress through last season before eventually winning at Dundalk in October and is a thoroughly likeable individual.
Sporting Life tips:
CORK: 2.05 Alezia, 2.35 The Names Jock, 3.10 Muzbid, 3.45 Echo Park, 4.15 Turnberry Isle, 4.50 Latchet, 5.20 Light Breeze.
FAIRYHOUSE: 1.50 Little Light, 2.20 La Tektor, 2.55 Cash Back, 3.30 Espanito Bello, 4.00 Dragon Houdini, 4.35 I'm Serious, 5.05 Shanches.
FFOS LAS: 2.00 Cottonvale, 2.30 Good Boy Bobby, 3.05 Chozen, 3.40 ACHILLE (NAP), 4.10 Radical Archie, 4.45 Hepburn, 5.15 Rookie Trainer.
PLUMPTON: 2.15 Mrs Burbidge, 2.45 Vision Clear, 3.20 Shadow's Boy, 3.55 Cadeau Du Bresil, 4.25 Fading Icon, 5.00 Champion Chase, 5.30 Mister Murchan.
DOUBLE: Achille and Cadeau Du Bresil.