On a day when there is only Flat racing in this country, it is ironic that Paul Webber, much better known as a capable jumps trainer, saddles the best bet of the day.

His Kew Green, a consistent sort who has been running well, looks set to give a good account in the Champions League Red Button Betting Handicap over 1 miles at Lingfield.

After landing a touch after a lengthy break at Wolverhampton in December, the seven-year-old has run two solid races in defeat behind progressive sorts in Cordial and Master Theo.

On that latest run at Wolverhampton he finished ahead of subsequent winners Danelor and Dower House and can confirm those placings on these terms back at a course where he's run right up to his best.

Due to the exploits of Jonny Ebeneezer, David Flood has quickly made a name for himself and his Tipo is an interesting runner now dropped markedly in class for the Play Gameon & Win Cash On ITV Selling Stakes over a mile.

This seven-furlong handicap winner in Germany should have no problems with this longer trip and, although he's cut little ice in decent handicap company on both his runs for his current stable, this represents a much easier task.

The trainer can also go close with Wiltshire, who showed a better attitude than the wayward Spence Appeal over a mile last time and can follow up over the same course and distance in the Press Red To Bet On ITV Handicap.

Flood can also be on the mark with Night Warrior, who has been disappointing, but the visor he wore last time has been left off and he figures on a handy mark.

Karl Burke's speedy Ashes is well drawn in stall one and looks the one to be on in the Littlewoods Bet Direct Handicap over five furlongs.

After unseating at the start over this course and distance on her penultimate start, the filly ran well when second over six furlongs at Wolverhampton last time and she'll be suited by the drop back to this trip.

River Gypsy reappears after a lengthy break but he's shown more than enough in two starts to suggest he should give a good account in the betdirect.co.uk Handicap over a mile and a quarter.

He goes on this surface and, although he's been off the track since May of last year, both those runs have thrown up winners and he's taken to get the better of newcomer Dand Nee.

Nightwing looks open to improvement and is one to keep an eye on in the Game On & Bet Direct On ITV Maiden over seven furlongs.

From the Andrew Balding stable, which has plenty of winners on sand, the three-year-old wasn't disgraced on his debut over this course and distance last week and he's entitled to come on for the experience.

Best bet on the Banded card at Wolverhampton could be Magical Wit, who has been in good form and is fancied to notch the three-timer in the Littlewoods Pools Be Lucky Banded Stakes over the extended mile.