There's a staggering amount of racing in Britain and Ireland on Thursday and Danny Archer has selected his best bets...
2:30: Brighton: Wiley Post 15/8.
Second last time at Windsor reads well and he is more than capable of making g presence felt.
4:00: Brighton: Golden Wedding 7/1 Each Way.
Not much room for manoeuvre off current Mark but likes it here and ground should suit.
2:20: Haydock: Diamond Set 5/1.
Ran well on debut to finish second and whilst this looks a wide open contest, he represents a yard who do very well with their juveniles.
3:50: Haydock: Sainted 4/6.
Looks class act in field who didn't get run of the race in a Group 3 event last time.
5:15: Leopardstown: Man Power 9/4.
Michael O'Callaghan is a very good young trainer an this two year old son of Dandy Man can make his rivals pay here. Second to a talented Aidan O'Brien inmate last time, he stayed in really nicely that time and there's more to come.
7:20: Leopardstown: Johannes Vermeer 11/10 NAP.
Did the job nicely at at the Curragh last time to land a G3 event and that form has been boosted very nicely by the second winning a competitive event at York last time. He seems to be finally getting his act together and I think it's interesting that Ryan Moore has headed over to ride.
8:25: Leopardstown: Abyssinian 8/11.
Improved on first start at 3 when finishing a staying on fifth over 14 furlongs at Killarney last time. He should handle the drop back to 12 furlongs and should go well here.
5:50: Newcastle: Spirit Of The Vale 5/2.
Has the services of a very decent apprentice and likes it round here.
6:55: Newcastle: Cape Bunting 6/4.
Has superior form to his rivals and is the highest rated horse in the field.
9:00: Newcastle: Maazel 7/2.
Represents the Varian yard and he was a narrow second at Brighton last time. No reason why the tapeta surface won't suit.
5:35: Sandown: Canberra Cliffs 7/2.
Booking of Simon Walker is really eye catching and the return to this trip should see him in a better light here.
7:15: Sandown: Time Chaser 6/4.
Looked smart so far this season and step up in trip should suit on pedigree.
8:20: Sandown: Wealth Tax 6/4.
Has won on rain softened ground and despite another quick run here, looks capable of big performance.
7:05: Wolverhampton: Easy Wind 9/2.
Pretty disappointing that he couldn't score at Chepstow last time but he was too keen that day and the All Weather surface could play to his strengths.
3:10: Yarmouth: Entangling 11/10.
Chris Wall is a very canny trainer who does well here and his second on his first turf start at Doncaster last time was pretty creditable and this track should also help.
Danny's Daily Win Double
7:20: Leopardstown: Johannes Vermeer
8:25: Leopardstown: Abyssinian
£20 returns £70