13:50 Sandown - Play 4 To Score At Betway Handicap - GNAAD

13 go to post for the opening race of the day at Sandown this Saturday in a field that looks wide open.The Robert Cowell trained Jumira Bridge heads the betting at 7/1 however we're taking a real fancy to the Alan Bailey trained GNAAD.

Without a win since his C&D success here last September, the horse is now still seemingly well treated off a mark of 75.

Darragh Keenan is doing the steering and with his 3lbs claim, it brings the horse down to a mark of 72, the last mark he won off.The firmer conditions underfoot should suit and he could turn out to be massive value at 16/1.

14:05 Beverley - William Hill Silver Cup Handicap - THREE COMETS

Impressive last season placing three times in decent quality contests and winning once, Roger Varian's three year-old Gelding THREE COMETS is yet to live up to his two year-old potential so far this season.

He's now down 3lbs in weight and back down in trip to what looks to be a more suited 1m 1f, if he shows signs of that old form he should be well in the mix

14:25 Sandown - Betway Heed Your Hunch Handicap - COUNTRY

The Betway Heed Your Hunch Handicap looks to be one of the more competitive races of the day at Sandown this weekend with William Haggas's COUNTRY the race favourite and we struggle to find a way to look past the three year-old.A disappointing sixth on debut at Doncaster in March, he's not looked back since.

He bolted up when stepped up to a mile at Redcar in April and repeated that feat in July with victory at Ripon.

The hat-trick was completed on handicap debut back at Redcar earlier this month and he goes into this race in fine form.Up just 5lbs for that victory, he's the horse in the field with momentum and we fully expect him to make it 4/5 here.

14:45 Chester - Listed Sportpesa Chester Stakes - OUTBOX

The headline race of the day sees six battle it out in the Listed Sportpesa Chester Stakes.We're taking a real liking to the Simon Crisford trained OUTBOX.

By Frankel, he won his first three races but has unfortunately lost his last four since off a mark of 102.

Back up to 1m 6f for the first time since his impressive second placed finish in the Qatar Summer Handicap, he's undoubtedly the one to beat here as he looks to bounce back to winning ways.

15:00 Sandown - Group 3 Betway Atalanta Stakes - JUBILOSO

The opening Group race of the day sees nine go to post once again in a hotly contested field.In a field packed with quality, we're taking a real liking to favourite JUBILOSO.

Third in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot, she was once again denied in the Group 3 Theo Fennell Oak Tree Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.Despite the field looking fairly strong, this is a clear step down in class for the Sir Michael Stoute trained filly and she should have just too much natural speed for the rest of the pack here.

Stoute teamed up with Ryan Moore to win this race last year with Veracious so the pair will be looking to repeat the feat.

15:15 Beverley - William Hill Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes - JUDICIAL

Unbeaten over C&D, the Julie Camacho trained JUDICIAL is certainly one to keep an eye on in the Listed William Hill Beverley Bullet Sprint Stakes at Beverley this Saturday.

He's now 6lbs better off than his latest win over C&D here last year in which he won cosily by 2¼ lengths.

It's hard to look at something from a win point of view in his race but from an E/W aspect, you can't look past Judicial.

15:35 - Group 3 Betway Solario Stakes - POSITIVE

Godolphin's AL SULHAIL leads the betting for Saturdays Solario Stakes at Sandown but we're really liking the look of the Clive Cox trained POSITIVE.

Winner on debut by five lengths at Salisbury in June, the Colt was second to the standout juvenile of the year Pinatubo in the Qatar Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.

The form of that winner speaks for itself and a repeat performance from POSITIVE with Kirby on board should see him leave the rest of this field behind.

Expect the fav Al Sulhail to be there or thereabouts but it will need to improve vastly on his win at Yarmouth two weeks ago.