John Quinn has his horses in good form and his Cut Ridge is an interesting runner in the Cedar Classified Stakes at Pontefract this evening.

The three-year-old, who gets all the allowances, qualifies for this race after a promising effort over six furlongs in maiden company at this course last time.

That form is already working out well and the return to this trip shouldn't be too much of an inconvenience.

Her stall three draw looks a good one and she is the one runner in this race who looks open to plenty of further improvement.

Newmarket trainer John Berry saddles an interesting runner in Colonel Kurtz in the Tony Bethell Memorial Handicap over two miles and one furlong.

Following a dismal run at Newcastle, the son of Slip Anchor ran considerably better at Catterick last time when a close second to Academy.

Although not much between that pair at the weights, my selection shapes as though he'll be in his element over this trip and he looks the one to beat.

Newmarket yards can also be on the mark at this evening fixture with Adaleel in the Discover Racing Showcase Handicap over a mile and a quarter.

Alec Stewart's progressive three-year-old won with a bit more in hand than the official margin suggested at Hamilton last time.

There's little doubting that he'll be suited by this longer trip and, with improvement likely, will be hard to beat.

He's preferred to Oldenway, from the in-form stable of Richard Fahey.

At Windsor's evening meeting John Quinn's Carlton is one to keep an eye on for the 5f classified stakes but the vote goes to Fire Dome, who is at the top of his game and who will also love the conditions.

At Nottingham in the afternoon Another Victim, who will be suited by any further rain, could notch the hat-trick in the Byron Handicap over five furlongs.

This Windsor and Ayr winner loves to get her toe in and she was value for a bit more than the winning margin suggests at the last named venue recently.

Mark Johnston's horses have been in tremendous form since the start of the season and his Pie High could be the one to be on in the mile handicap.

The game and consistent daughter of Salse ran really well on her first run for current connections at Sandown last time and she is worth another try over this trip.