Our first selection of the afternoon at Newmarket comes in the Class 4 Novices Stakes over seven furlongs and the Roger Varian trained Waliyak catches the eye.
This two year old filly offers the best form heading into this contest only having one run in her career but finishing a bright second over course and distance behind a useful type.
That was at the start of October so she should progress from that a fair bit and costing €240,000 as a yearling makes her on to follow for the future.
Big chance to get up and running.
The Class 4 Nursery Handicap sees a bright field of youngsters head to post and we have sided with the Godolphin owned Global Storm.
Charlie Appleby's juvenile gelding has raced three times during his career and placed in every single one of them giving respectable showings on every outing.
Last time out he finished in behind a progressive filly from John Gosden's yard and now stepping up in trip it should bring the best out of him with his pedigree suggesting he gets the trip.
The feature race of the card is the Group Three Horris Hill Stakes over seven furlongs and with the ground turning soft we have gone with Boccaccio for Charlie Appleby.
This youngster has only had one start on quick ground and romped to victory at Yarmouth in a weak event but costing 850,000 Guineas and having a stellar pedigree he looks a hugely improving type.
We believe he will take to soft ground really well being a son of Dubawi and that could be the key for him keeping his unbeaten start to his career.
Another nice race on a fantastic card at Newmarket on Saturday sees the Listed Montrose Fillies Stakes and we fancy Alpen Rose to land a treble for Charlie Appleby on the day.
This two year old filly has ran to a superb standard in all three of her contests placing in each and every one of them and winning on her second outing on soft ground.
Her last run was her stand out run when finishing third behind Powerful breeze in a Group Two at Doncaster and that youngster went on to narrowly finish second in a classy Group One on her next outing.
This daughter of Sea The Stars sets the clear standard in this contest and now dropping down in class to a Listed event has to be respected.
The penultimate selection of the day from the Rowley mile comes in the Listed James Seymour Stakes over 1 mile 2 furlongs and we fancy the clear favourite Lord North.
John Gosden's three year old has really come to life at the back end of this season landing the 30 runner Cambridgeshire Handicap and then a classy second in tough conditions at Ascot on British Champions Day.
He is stepping into a Listed contest for the first time in four runs but for how progressive he has been this season and handling the soft conditions he looks the one to beat.
The final selection of the day comes in the final Listed event of the afternoon at Newmarket over a mile and Roseman for Roger Varian looks a very interesting type.
The three year old is very lightly raced for his age only having four starts and has been patiently campaigned this season winning on his first two starts then running to a good standard in much better races.
Two starts ago he was a decent second to King Of Comedy in the Heron Stakes at Sandown and then headed to Royal Ascot where he stayed on superbly from a tough position in the Group Three Hampton Court Stakes.
He looks a very useful colt that should be fresh for his break off the course and dropping back into a Listed contest makes him a player.