Nick Robson makes Cardini his best Thursday bet and has a selection for every race in the UK and Ireland.
NAP: 335 Newmarket
Next best: 240 Pontefract
Cardini can prove his proximity to the exciting Too Darn Hot last time out was no fluke when he runs in the Tattersalls Stakes at Newmarket.
It appeared the son of Breeders' Cup Turf winner Magician was mainly running at Town Moor to help set the pace for stablemate Van Beethoven.
However, he finished some way in front of him and that was despite setting rapid early fractions from the front along with Bye Bye Hong Kong.
While that one weakened to beat just the disappointing Dark Vision home, Cardini actually stuck to his task gamely to be only beaten four and a half lengths by the Guineas and Derby favourite.
It is not often a pacemaker sees his official rating jump up by 10lb, but that is what happened to Cardini and his new perch of 107 sets a very good standard.
Given the well-publicised bug at Ballydoyle mid-season, Aidan O'Brien has plenty of youngsters who are improving with each race and he looks another.
Sevenna Star always looked the type to need two miles and he gets to tackle it in the Jockey Club Rose Bowl Stakes.
John Gosden's giant Redoute's Choice colt burst on to the scene when winning a Windsor maiden by 14 lengths in April.
He booked his ticket for the Derby when scrambling home in soft ground in Sandown's Classic Trial, but it was all too much for him at Epsom.
Not seen again until the Great Voltigeur, he found the ground too quick at York, but he can get his career back in track by dropping down in grade and stepping up in trip.
His future will be in Cup races next season.
Simon Crisford's Honey Man was well fancied for the final of the Mile series at Kempton but did not enjoy the best of runs.
Prior to that he looked very progressive and is worth another chance in the Molson Coors Handicap.
He is yet to win on turf, but does have two good efforts to his name, so it is not as if he is clearly better on the all-weather.
Crisford could also be on the mark at Pontefract with Make A Wish in the procurementseminars.co.uk EBF Maiden Stakes.
The No Nay Never filly runs in the famous Michael Tabor colours and caught the eye when third on debut at Nottingham.
With Ryan Moore in the plate next time at Brighton, she went down by just a neck to Archie Watson's Gold Arrow.
That won won a nursery earlier this week looking a great deal better then her opening mark of 75, so Make A Wish should make them all go a bit.
Alfarqad had the misfortune last season to run in two hot maidens and can open his account in the first division of the 100% Profit Boost At 32Redsport.com Novice Stakes at Kempton.
Owen Burrows' War Front colt was fourth on debut at Newbury in a race won by a now 93-rated winner, and then went on to be third to Willie John and Humbolt Current at Yarmouth.
With his sting out of sorts for most of the season, Burrows has waited until now to get him out again.
El Terremoto looks the one to be on in the Timothy Hardie Jewellers Novices' Chase at Perth.
Nigel Twiston-Davies' six-year-old has taken in some decent races in his short career to date, but he was unable to concede 9lb to Golden Birthday when last seen.
There was no disgrace in that, and, crucially having had just two runs over fences, he has not made many mistakes to date.
While he can still sharpen up in that department, it obviously means he is capable of running to a higher mark over bigger obstacles than he has done so far.
Sporting Life tips:
KEMPTON: 5.40 First Thought, 6.15 Alfarqad, 6.45 Stealth Fighter, 7.15 Buffalo River, 7.45 San Donato, 8.15 Volcanic Sky, 8.45 Breath Caught, 9.15 Kinglami.
NEWMARKET: 1.50 Kick On, 2.25 Rajinsky, 3.00 Choco Box, 3.35 CARDINI (NAP), 4.10 Sevenna Star, 4.45 Byron Flyer, 5.20 Honey Man, 5.55 Maori Bob.
SLIGO: 1.55 Bargy Lady, 2.30 Fintara, 3.05 Kylecrue, 3.40 Buck A Trend, 4.15 Island Master, 4.50 Major Destination, 5.25 Forrardon Xmoor.
PERTH: 2.15 Dinons, 2.50 Equus Millar, 3.25 Soupy Soups, 4.00 Global Jackpot, 4.35 El Terremoto, 5.10 Boric, 5.45 Karingo.
PONTEFRACT: 2.05 Open Sea, 2.40 Make A Wish, 3.15 Mrs Hoo, 3.50 Aleef, 4.25 Francis Xavier, 5.00 Tribal Commander, 5.35 Queens Gift, 6.05 Refrain.
DOUBLE: Cardini and Make A Wish