Keith Hamer has a selection for every race in the UK and Ireland on Tuesday and he is very sweet on the chances of Deebaj at Lingfield.
NAP: Deebaj (7.40 Lingfield)
Next best: Torolight (8.40 Lingfield)
Gary Moore's dual-purpose performer Deebaj can take the staying spoils in the Racing Welfare Handicap at Lingfield.
The seven-year-old is the type of horse Moore excels with, versatile and one to mix and match over trips and codes.
He will no doubt be ready to do himself justice too on Tuesday, in his first race since finishing second in a handicap hurdle at Fontwell two month ago.
Deebaj actually won over hurdles on the turf course here in December, and was runner-up in this race 12 months ago.
He runs off the same mark as he returns to the level for the first time since then.
Torolight won over this mile and a half six weeks ago, and can double up in the Take The Reins Handicap.
Trainer Richard Hughes is happy to take the three-year-old back to the Surrey venue, despite being hit with a 5lb rise for a three-quarters-of-a-length verdict over Rich Cummins.
Torolight put the race to bed with a decisive turn of foot two furlongs from home and looked like he was just doing enough when challenged in the closing stages.
Ibraz can show he is approaching his peak after two runs following a long absence, by landing the Megan O'Brien 30th Birthday Handicap at Newcastle.
Roger Varian's four-year-old was well-beaten on his comeback in the Newbury Spring Cup in April but ran much better when sixth to Elector at Newmarket.
He was less than three lengths behind the winner, despite the last of the nine furlongs just finding him out. Dropping back to a mile should be a plus.
The step up to an extended mile and a half should not inconvenience Kodi Koh in the Sky Sports Racing On Sky Channel 415 Handicap.
The four-year-old, trained by Simon West, got up in the dying strides over a mile and a quarter on this course to register his first career success at the 14th attempt.
Kodi Koh went up only 2lb for that effort - and he could easily improving over this distance.
Global Domination looks up to defying a 7lb penalty in the Tony Martin Ltd Handicap Chase at Southwell.
The 11-year-old has that extra weight to carry after a cosy five-length success under a big burden at Warwick recently.
This race represents a slight step up in grade, but Caroline Bailey's charge has won at this level in the past and is obviously in good form.
Saumur arrives at the Nottinghamshire track on the back of two wins in her last three starts, and can keep up the good work in the Supreme Bloodstock Mares' Handicap Hurdle.
Denis Coakley's seven-year-old is versatile tactics wise, because she can be ridden prominently or held up.
Court Duty can get off the mark over fences in the Residential Estates Novices' Handicap Chase at Bangor.
He finished second on his most recent attempt, beaten a length and three-quarters, but that effort is better than it first appears as he lost two shoes in the race and actually finished lame.
Court Duty is certainly still improving and can gain his just reward here.
Sporting Life selections:
BANGOR: 2.00 Winding Roe, 2.30 Court Duty, 3.00 Wazowski, 3.30 Gamain, 4.00 Perfect Summer, 4.30 The Character.
LINGFIELD: 5.40 Revolutionise, 6.10 Love Love, 6.40 Sussudio, 7.10 Pettochside, 7.40 DEEBAJ (NAP), 8.10 Kimbriki, 8.40 Torolight.
NEWCASTLE: 5.50 Kodi Koh, 6.20 Home Before Dusk, 6.50 Never Be Enough, 7.20 Ibraz, 7.50 Jump The Gun, 8.20 Arnold.
SOUTHWELL: 2.15 Bard Of Brittany, 2.45 Global Domination, 3.15 Whenhellbrokeloose, 3.45 Caracas, 4.15 Saumur, 4.45 Groveman, 5.15 Pelican Pie.
TIPPERARY: 5.30 Yuften, 6.00 Kattani, 6.30 Lorelei Rock, 7.00 That's Mad, 7.30 Show Must Go On, 8.00 El Tren 8.30 Cork Harbour, 9.00 Red Gerry.
DOUBLE: Deebaj and Torolight.