The first tip of the day from us comes in the third contest of the afternoon at Windsor and in the Class 3 Handicap over five furlongs we have sided with Junius Brutus.
This King Power Racing owned three year old looks the obvious selection in this contest even off top weight having ran in far better races than this recently.
He has normally been plying his trade in Listed events where it has not quite gone to plan but now back down to this Class he is the one to beat.
Vasiliev is our next selection of the day in the Class 4 Novice Stakes and this Clive Cox trained three year old looks a very progressive colt.
The three year old has only had three runs to date, never being out of the top three on all of his runs and last time out he finished a smart second behind a nice newcomer.
He has the best form in the race and should enter the frame but he will need to keep improving under Clive Cox to do so on Sunday.
The Fillies come the forefront in the next contest in the Class 5 Handicap and Itizzit for trainer Hughie Morrison is our selection for the race.
This three year old filly has been in some fine form recently with figures of 3432 in her last four runs which sees her entering calculations if running to the same standard on Sunday.
Her latest second was only in a four runner race but in behind a really smart Hamdan Al Maktoum horse who she took all the way to line.
C'Est No Mour is our penultimate selection of the meeting at Windsor on Sunday in the Class 4 Handicap and this six year old has a good record at the track.
This season he has been in some smart form finishing second on his first two starts of the campaign one of them coming at this track and the other in good race at Newmarket.
Trainer Peter Hedger does not have many horses and this looks to be a great chance to get himself on the scoreboard.
The final runner of the day comes in the Class 5 Handicap over 1 mile 2 furlongs and the Tom Clover trained Le Maharajah.
This four year old gelding had his first race of the season at the back end of May making a good seasonal debut when finishing second in a Class 6 contest at Yarmouth.
Stepping up in Class should be no problem and also he is getting his perfect conditions with good, quick ground looking to be on the cards.