IZAAJ will never get a better opportunity with which to break his maiden than at Yarmouth.

The Godolphin inmate was not unfancied for his racecourse introduction at Newmarke but just appeared to find everything happening a little too quickly over the fast five furlongs.

The fact Izaaj still managed to finish third is credit to his ability, and with this extra furlong likely to suit, he should be hard to beat in the EBF/GB Digger Hire Maiden Stakes.

Dreamwalk looked a winner waiting to happen after his narrow second at Bath last month and the Easy Reach Ladderless Window Cleaning Median Auction Maiden Stakes looks the perfect opportunity.

After turning in placed efforts on his first two outings as a juvenile, it was rather disappointing he failed to build on that promise on his next two starts.

However, his recent head second to Rosika reads well given the winner’s subsequent success.

With further progress likely, he is difficult to oppose.

Richard Fahey has his string in fantastic form, and the North Yorkshire handler looks set to add to his tally at Musselburgh with the consistent Mo Mhuirnin.

The daughter of Danetime has only twice finished out of the places from seven starts, but was a slightly disappointing third when sent off favourite at Hamilton last time. This return to the minimum trip should help her regain her best form.

Act Green showed more than enough as a juvenile to suggest she is capable of making a winning return to action in the Racing UK On Channel 432 Fillies’ Handicap at Nottingham.

Odds-on backers had their fingers burnt when Tawaabb was turned over on his debut, but he can reward those who keep the faith in Leicester’s EBF Emil Adam Maiden Stakes.

The Kyllachy colt had shown Mick Channon plenty of ability prior to his first racecourse visit to Windsor as he was sent off the 5-6 favourite, but greenness meant he had to make do with the runner-up spot.

He should know much more about his job now and with Ryan Moore again in the plate, it would be quite a surprise if he does not go one better before stepping up in class.