MELINOE has certainly been paying her way this season and can add a few more pounds to the coffers by winning the TBA Centenary Fillies' Handicap at Nottingham.

The three-year-old has hardly looked back since kicking off her year with a fourth place in May, hitting the frame on each of her seven outings – including at win at this track back in August.

Sir Mark Prescott placed her to excellent advantage to win over the same mile and six furlongs she faces this time, coming home just under two lengths clear with a fair bit still in hand.

Melinoe has not quite been able to build on that result though, having to settle for narrow seconds at both Newmarket and Goodwood subsequently.

She was a bit unlucky on both occasions – a fact that has not been lost on the handicapper either as he has eked her up 4lb for those two defeats.

Yet Melinoe still seems to have a little something to give and she can put her best foot forward under Luke Morris here as today's nap selection.

MSAYYAN lines up in the first division of the Kier Construction EBF Maiden Stakes, having just been touched off on his racecourse bow.

He did not enjoy the clearest of passages on his first attempt at Kempton but kept on admirably without his rider being too hard on him and he can gain full compensation by taking this race with Frankie Dettori on board.

CRYSTAL HOPE hails from one of owner Sir Evelyn de Rothschild's top-class families and can strike gold with Pat Dobbs in the saddle for the Kier Construction Central EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes.

David Pipe has kept GABRIAL THE GREAT busy through the summer, so he will certainly be fit for action in the Bobby Renton Handicap Chase at Wetherby.

The eight-year-old seems to appreciate a quicker surface and he should have conditions in his favour again as he tries to improve on his recent second at Southwell.

Racing over hurdles that day, he was beaten just a neck on the line after hanging a bit in the finish and he is clearly not a straightforward type.

However, he has the ability to win and will surely be in the mix as Tom Scudamore takes the reins.

TYRELL can notch up a first win for trainer Micky Hammond in the closing Watch Racing UK Anywhere Handicap Hurdle.

Previously with Alan King, Tyrell struggled to make an impact in his warm-up run on the Flat but should be more at home back over obstacles. Henry Brooke has the ride.

PRIVATE VIEW can take the first division of the 32Red On The App Store Fillies' Novice Stakes as Ted Durcan rides at Kempton's evening meeting.

A daughter of Exceed and Excel out of French Oaks winner Confidential Lady, Private View can make her presence felt immediately.