Our top tipster was ine fine form with his selections last week and has three fancies at Chelmsford - watch how they fare live on Racing TV.
One of my pet theories that has helped me in the past - homegrown, anecdotal and not scientifically proven - is that moderate horses can win three races in quick succession but find it very difficult to win four on the bounce.
Elusife won in 0-50 classified company last time but now finds himself in a 0-70 - a level he has never managed even to get placed in.
He makes a market here, at about Evens, and Double Reflection, well-handicapped for a while, showed just enough last time to think he can come good.
He is professionally ridden on Tuesday and might appreciate a drop in trip.
Might be worth a small bet given that he is likely to lead a small, modest field under a jockey, Joe Fanning, who is riding brilliantly.
Mark Johnston has been doing well on the all-weather this winter and, while this is one of the yard's lesser lights, Cottonopolis should be able to win a handicap soon.
Rates the day's handicap banker on Racing TV on Tuesday. The only small reservation I have is that this run may come too soon after his course and distance win last time.
Winning a sprint by six lengths is devastating for your handicap mark and trainer Stuart Williams has no choice but to run Tone The Barone under a penalty. Adam Kirby takes over this time.
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