14:20 Cork - He's No Molly TO WIN

To start Sunday off with a bang we go to Cork in the novice hurdle over three miles and we have selected the Noel Meade trained He's No Molly to go on and win this race.

Jockey on board Sean Flanagan is flying at the moment with a 24% strike rate so far this month and seems to love Cork with five winners and five places from the 21 runs his horses have had there so far in the past 12 months. Connections won this race last year with Moyross who went on to run in some Grade 1 races and not to a bad standard.

15:40 Kempton - Olivers Hill TO PLACE

Next up it is back over to England and at Kempton in the Class 3 handicap chase over 2 miles 2 furlongs and Olivers Hill for trainer Lawny Hill is our pick to go on and place in this race.

This nine year olds Jockey and trainer won this race last year, and Oliver's Hill is a winner over course and distance horse. This trainer doesn't have a big yard but currently has a 40% strike rate for this month, a 33% strike rate at Kempton in the past year and 40% strike rate when teaming up with Aidan Coleman. He has a big chance to be in the mix on Sunday.

15:45 Naas - Snowflakes TO PLACE

The third selection of the day comes back at Ireland but this time from Naas in the Listed contest over 1 mile and we have gone for the Ballydoyle partnership of Dad and Son with Snowflakes to place.

This Galileo colt was smart when last seen in a Cork maiden and can build on that here at Navan. He has won 50 percent of his races as a three year old and jockey Donnacha O'Brien currently with a 35% strike rate at Naas this season and 30% strike rate when riding for his dad Aidan O'brien. 

16:55 Sedgefield - Sonic TO WIN

The final selection of the Stats Accumulator comes from Sedgefield over the jumps to complete the bet and hopefully bring it home for us in the Class 3 handicap hurdle over 2 mile four furlongs and we have gone with the top weighted Sonic for trainer Donald McCain to win the race.

Jockey on board Brian Hughes has a great strike rate at Sedgefield at 27% with over £100K won in prize money over the last year. This five year old won easily here last time out and only up half a stone which looks generous, also he has conditions to suit with good ground.