KACHY can land an overdue success in the EBF Stallions Prestwold Conditions Stakes at Leicester.

Tom Dascombe's speedster should finally get the conditions which will allow him to run to the best of his ability. He has run in several big sprints this year but probably falls just below the highest class.

Nevertheless, he has still shown blistering speed – most notably in the Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot, where it looked fairly obvious he would be seen to better effect at five furlongs.

He does stay six in a lower grade but he is a horse that just wants to get on with things and should get the chance to do that in this small field.

Also, Dascombe has reached for a hood for the first time and for a horse who has shown the tendency to drift in the past, that should help. Richard Kingscote ride's today's nap selection.

On a decent card, Sir Michael Stoute's AIM OF ARTEMIS should have plenty of followers in the first division of the British Stallion Studs Apollo EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes.

From a beautiful Ballymacoll family, she is a half-sister to Stoute's Abingdon, who is a useful stayer.

With that in mind, stepping up to seven furlongs will certainly suit after running with plenty of promise when third on her debut in a decent Newbury maiden over six. Ryan Moore takes the reins.

In the second division, Saeed bin Suroor's BEAUTIFUL MEMORY – who has Oisin Murphy in the saddle – is worth a close check in the market as a half-sister to the top-class Rio De La Plata. It is worth nothing she holds an entry in the Rockfel Stakes.

Mick Appleby's QEYAADAH was very unlucky last time out to catch Bertiewhittle on the day he finally consented to win.

As a result he races off just a 1lb higher mark in the Weatherbys Handicap and jockey Silvestre de Sousa should have another winner.

At Catterick, the drop in class might enable John Quinn's WOTABREEZE to return to winning ways in the Catterick Twelve Furlong Series Handicap.

The fitting of first-time cheekpieces does not instil full confidence but it is a long time since he ran in a race at this lowly level. Jason Hart has the ride.

Iain Jardine has been hitting the headlines recently but his skills are no secret to northern racegoers.

His ALFA QUEEN has shaped encouragingly the last twice and might be up to defying a mark of 70 under Kevin Stott in Newcastle's 42nd Street Classic Sausage Fish & Chips Fillies' Handicap.

William Haggas' HUMBLE HERO drops in trip for the Q Platinum Fish & Chips Handicap and Daddys Poppit in the Goldensheaf Batter Flour Fish & Chips EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes and is worth an interest with Pat Cosgrave on board.