Anita Chambers heads to Ripon for her best bet of the day on Wednesday - she has a selection for every race in the UK and Ireland.
NAP: Hyperfocus (8.00 Ripon)
Next best: Moon King (2.35 Nottingham)
Hyperfocus seems to have appreciated a change of scenery and can keep up the good work for new connections in the Directors Cup at Ripon.
Previously trained by Hugo Palmer, the five-year-old has won four of his 21 starts to date but has yet to strike in two outings for Tim Easterby.
After a reasonable debut effort at Newcastle, though, Hyperfocus stepped right up on that when beaten just a head - dropping back to six furlongs at Thirsk.
He only just failed to catch the winner, and a 2lb rise does not look too unfair as he sticks to sprinting for this feature heat in North Yorkshire.
Moon King can bring up his hat-trick in the Join Racing TV Now Handicap at Nottingham.
Out of luck in five juvenile starts, he was gelded over the winter and appears to have returned better than ever - with two wins at Wetherby to his credit.
Stepping up in trip to 14 furlongs, he made short work of a decent three-year-old heat on his seasonal bow before following up in a similar race that was not really run to suit him.
He has gone up 10lb from the start of the campaign, but Ralph Beckett should be able to eke a bit more out of him yet.
If Max Zorin can return to anywhere near his best, he could take a hand in the finish of the Introducing Racing TV Handicap.
Beaten just over two lengths by Cliffs Of Moher in the 2017 Dee Stakes, Max Zorin was then off the track for more than 720 days before his return at Newmarket's Guineas meeting.
He was a bit keen that day and eventually faded into last place, and he did not fare much better when down the field at Newbury next time.
Max Zorin did not enjoy the best of runs that day either, but his eye should be back in the game now - and a rating of 94 is starting to look more attractive.
Tuk Power is a notable newcomer for the Kingsclere team in the first division of the 32Red On The App Store Novice Stakes at Kempton.
A 1.3million guineas purchase as a yearling, Tuk Power boasts a blue-chip pedigree as a daughter of Dubawi out of Listed winner Soon.
She did not make it to the track as a juvenile, but can start making up for lost time now.
Corinthian Girl is the pick in the second split after a pleasing racecourse bow last month.
She finished third for David Lanigan at Redcar, beaten nine lengths after conceding plenty of ground with a tardy start.
The Raven's Pass filly stayed on with purpose, though, and should have learnt for the experience - with a step up in trip sure to suit in the future.
There is some decent jumps action on offer at Newton Abbot, with Passing Call set to lead the way in the Racing Partnership Handicap Hurdle.
She appeared to be outstayed over a furlong further here last month, but her fourth place was a decent effort and a similar run would put her in the mix.
Pingshou impressed with a wide-margin win at Ffos Las last time, and he can follow up in the Racing Partnership Chase.
A Grade One hurdles winner in his pomp, Pingshou has had has issues in the interim but might now be finally ready to return to his very best.
Sporting Life selections:
FONTWELL: 2.15 Musical Stardust, 2.50 Vancouver, 3.25 Deputy Jones, 4.00 Regulation, 4.30 Misdflight, 5.00 One More Tune, 5.30 Saintbury Lady.
KEMPTON: 5.15 Shammah, 5.45 Coverham, 6.15 Tuk Power, 6.45 Corinthian Girl, 7.15 Alfred Boucher, 7.45 Big Kitten, 8.15 Sassie, 8.45 Clara Peeters.
NEWTON ABBOT: 1.50 Lough Derg Rose, 2.25 Pingshou, 3.00 Passing Call, 3.35 Thebannerkingrebel, 4.10 Show Of Force, 4.40 Cosmic King, 5.10 Hold Me Tight.
NOTTINGHAM: 12.00 Flaming Princess, 12.30 Debawtry, 1.00 Millions Memories, 1.30 Max Zorin, 2.00 Red Seeker, 2.35 Moon King, 3.10 Cliff, 3.44 Viking Way.
RIPON: 6.30 Precocity, 7.00 Golden Parade, 7.30 Dominus, 8.00 HYPERFOCUS (NAP), 8.30 Trautmann, 9.00 Dubai Tradition.
WEXFORD: 2.10 Inspired Choice, 2.45 Minx Tiara, 3.20 Yaiza, 3.55 Ificudiwud, 4.20 Dinons, 4.50 Sizing Solution, 5.20 Churchtown Glen.
DOUBLE: Hyperfocus and Moon King.