TOMILY can end the season with a bang by following up in the Lady Cecil Handicap as today's nap selection at Nottingham.

Seemingly in the grip of the handicapper for a large part of the year, Richard Hannon's gelding flashed home to win a decent prize at Doncaster last time out.

Hollie Doyle was on board the three-year-old for the first time and Tomily appeared well suited to her handling as he beat Soie D'Leau by half a length.

He has been put up 4lb for that success to a mark of 95 – but he was competitive off similar ratings earlier in the season and, with the confidence of a victory under his belt, there is every chance he could go in again, with Doyle again in the saddle.

HIPSTER BOY is an interesting newcomer for John Gosden as Robert Tart rides in the first division of the B&M Installations Maiden Stakes.

Apart from the fact he is another horse running for Gosden in the famous maroon and white silks of Sheikh Mohammed, the breeding certainly catches the eye.

He is a half-brother to the top-class Manduro, who was arguably on the way to being a great of the game before his career was cut short by injury having already won the Prix Jacques le Marois and Prince of Wales's Stakes.

Plenty of Gosden's juveniles have taken a run or two to sharpen up this season, and he does have a stablemate by Galileo in Rhode Island who can not be dismissed, but Hipster Boy could be exciting.

LADY OF ARAN is going the right way and can follow up a last-time-out win in the Nursery Handicap at Kempton's evening meeting.

Trainer Charlie Fellowes declared her for a Listed contest at Newmarket last week before pulling her out on account of unsuitable ground, suggesting he thinks a fair bit of her.

Given she is only rated 76, it is certainly more practical to head down this route – but if Fellowes is anywhere near right, she should be winning this small-field event. PJ McDonald has the ride.

Something was obviously amiss with ALQAMAR last time at Yarmouth and he can put that behind him with a good display under William Buick in the 32Red Casino Handicap.

He ran at Royal Ascot in June, after which he was gelded, and subsequently he chased home Great Hall at Ascot.

Sent off favourite to turn the tables on that rival last time out, he was beaten too far for it to be his true running and he is given one more chance.

DAKLONDIKE could not have won any easier at Wetherby on Saturday and a big hike in the weights awaits.

Therefore it is no surprise to see David Pipe get him out again quickly in the Ali Ollis Memorial Chase at Chepstow, with Tom Scudamore as pilot.

He is carrying a 7lb penalty but he can probably expect to be carrying double that by the time the handicapper has reassessed him.

Kevin Ryan does not have many jumpers but BEYOND THE CLOUDS can maintain his unbeaten start to the season in the Alistair Montgomery Trust Novices' Hurdle as Brian Hughes rides at Musselburgh.