Morning everyone, and after a day of pure all-weather, we’ve got everything today, so let’s start with a stallion…

Jarvis in the 3:10 jumps off the racecard with a stallion rating of 3 (he’s out of Profitable) and he’s backed by a strong yard whose win rate at the moment is 24% and a jockey who comes with a 2+ rating. That’s quite strong, and he tops the adjusted stallion ratings. His yard, however, doesn’t have an amazing record with 2yos on their debut, so he’s taken for a place but none of those that have previously run look that good, and your winner may be the Balleydoyle favourite Cadamosto who is very short, but they obviously do well at this level.

It’s a long time since we saw Martineo at Wolverhampton, but his 100% win rate on this track is something you cannot ignore and his price of 2/1 may seem a little short for a horse yet to win this year, but he’s been knocking on the door and the AW algorithm thinks he’s going to do the job today. And who is to argue after yesterday’s results (Cashel quoted at 25/1 and CmonCmon placed at similar odds). 

2:25 at Musselburgh and the STATRANKOR system picks out Heights of Abraham. Now, take this with a pinch of salt as he’s turned three and his stats are from when he was 2, but the price of 13/2 brings him into the punter’s equation at least – he finished the juvenile season strongly and may have matured into a decent 3yo. Well, have a look in the paddock to see that he still has four legs.
2:35 at Cork and here you’ve got some statistics to die for – notably two horses at the top of the ratings, Make a Challenge (8 wins from 13 with Joe Doyle in the saddle) and Lustown Baba (3 from 5 over this distance). They last met at the Curragh towards the end of last season with the latter coming out on top, but a 6lb rise may prevent a repeat of that, and you may want to look at the former who has a little weight pull. Both are available at 3/1.

5:15 at Fairyhouse and yes, I do usually avoid NH Flat Races, but Letsbeclearaboutit is a deserved favourite who has unluckily come up against two of the best prospects running at the moment in recent races, and now finally gets the chance to race again without those two getting in the way. Previous races without Kilcruit and Sir Gerhard resulted in wins, and you ought to expect the same to happen here at the price of evens. Fair price for a horse that’s more than capable.

And in the 4:11 at Musselburgh, your weekly ‘Hollie Doyle’ warning comes with Primo’s Comet, a horse whose two turf wins have come north of the border at Musselburgh, although he’s also lost 6 times over C&D so he’s had a fair few attempts. That said, the booking of top jockey Hollie Doyle is worth considering for a horse now 8lb below his last winning weight and eased once more in mark – tilted for a win at last? Perhaps…

Over to you…