Southwell is well known for its all-weather track but it's the jumps course in action on Tuesday. We start with a stable favourite of Donald McCain's yard who is after a three-timer.
12.50 Southwell - Brother Pat
Brother Pat is a stable favourite at Donald McCain's yard and you can see why with the six-year-old not out of the top three in any of his last six starts.
The Muhtathir gelding is chasing the hat-trick at Southwell after victories at Plumpton and Sedgefield that combined to a total winning margin of 23 lengths.
Conditional Theo Gillard takes off five pounds, shaving a bit off Brother Pat's recent raises but there is every chance he can win again over a distance which should be bread and butter.
There's plenty of brotherly love for this Pat, more so if he rattles up again.
Ebony Gale was a nice 15 lengths winner for Philip Hobbs last time out at Taunton and can run Brother Pat close.
14.25 Southwell - Lelantos
The master trainer Nicky Henderson had a popular weekend winner with Buzz and can keep the vibe positive with Lelantos.
Knocking on the door more vigorously than the People's Postcode Lottery advert hosts, the five-year-old is yet to win in nine attempts which must have the Middleham Park syndicate tearing their hair out.
Yet Lelantos did come second on his last appearance at Fontwell, losing out by just a neck to Gary Moore's Imphal, who has since won well at Huntingdon.
Lelantos was the greek god of stealth and moving unseen and can creep up on his competitors for the win here under Nico De Boinville.
Elsewhere, Railway Muice is a very consistent hurdler and can run better than his odds and hefty weight.
13.45 Sedgefield - Obey The Rules
Donald McCain is in reasonable form of late and Planet Sport are hoping that this likely favourite obeys the prices and prevails at Sedgefield.
Although hit and miss, Obey The Rules did get his head in front to beat Dan Skelton's All Shook Up at Hereford by three and a quarter lengths.
A second last time out at Ludlow was no disgrace, although the six-year-old could have possibly done the business with a more fluent ride.
Savvy jockey Brian Hughes gets the reins and Obey The Rules can get back on track against a middling field at Sedgefield.
Peter Bowen's No Quarter Asked won a chase at Ffos Las three runs ago and can give Obey The Rules most to think about off the same mark.
15.15 Sedgefield - Spiritofthenorth
The talented Kevin Ryan has very few horses over jumps but does well with the ones he does send over obstacles.
Spiritofthenorth was fair on the flat and looks to be going the right way as a hurdler after finishing second at Sedgefield on October 6.
The four-year-old was staying on when only two and a half lengths behind Punxsutawney Phil and can come on for the run.
While Kevin Ryan isn't known for runners at the likes of Sedgefield there's no reason that backers will be feeling flat at the finish line.
Meanwhile, Charles Byrnes is looking for a way in for his Irish raider Kendancer and can dampen the Spiritifthenorth.
16.00 Wolverhampton - New Mission
It could be a good day for Godolphin at Wolverhampton, with a few hot chances.
New Mission switches to the Tapeta for Charlie Appleby after doing the business on turf at Epsom on his penultimate start.
The expensive Dubawi gelding followed up that maiden win with a second at flat HQ in late October, losing out to Ralph Beckett's High Fibre.
Adam Kirby gets the leg up with New Mission looking for a Wolverhampton win on the way to better things.
John and Thady Gosden plus owners Juddmonte makes a strong partnership and their Ephrata looks to be going the right way to performing at a price.
16.30 Wolverhampton - Secret Image
The boys in blue are going in mob handed for this one, with three runners carrying the Godolphin silks.
Perseus Way is a promising performer but preference is for last time out winner Secret Image.
The two-year-old Dark Angel gelding fought gamely to beat favourite Electress over a near identical distance at Goodwood.
Adam Kirby gets the leg up and there is no secret about this runner's chances at Wolverhampton.
Perseus Way was a solid debut winner at Leicester but not so good in the step up to Class 2 standard on soft.
The drop into Class 5 company on the all-weather can see the horse named after the constellation put in a starring role.