ACCIDENTAL AGENT can post his best effort yet by winning the British Stallion Studs EBF Hyde Stakes at Kempton's evening meeting.

Eve Johnson Houghton's charge was on fire during the closing months of the Flat campaign, winning two of his last four starts as well as hitting the bar in a Listed heat at Newbury.

The three-year-old was last seen when running an excellent race in the highly-competitive Balmoral Handicap on Champions Day at Ascot, finishing a two-and-a-quarter-length fourth after meeting with a bit of trouble two furlongs from home.

That was his first start at a mile but the trip certainly seemed to suit and with the conditions of this race giving him a slight edge, Accidental Agent could be hard to beat. Charles Bishop rides today's nap selection.

SUEGIOO was not beaten far at Pontefract on his last run and should be in the mix again in the 32Red Handicap under Tony Hamilton.

Richard Fahey's eight-year-old has no secrets from the handicapper nowadays and has not actually won since claiming the Chester Cup back in 2014.

Yet he has shown he is in the right frame of mind in recent weeks and, after giving Dominating a head start at Pontefract, it was heartening to see him close to within three-quarters of a length at the line.

FLAMING CHARMER can benefit from a drop in distance to regain winning ways in the Clarion Defence & Security Handicap Chase at Chepstow.

The last time Colin Tizzard's nine-year-old tasted success was over this distance in December at Exeter.

He has been tackling further of late and put in a respectable display to be beaten only two lengths by Paddy The Oscar over two miles seven and a half furlongs on this course on his seasonal reappearance.

Flaming Charmer should be sharper for the outing and can go one better with Harry Cobden in the saddle.

LEVEL OF INTENSITY can continue Nigel Hawke's fine record at Hexham by taking his unbeaten record over jumps to two in the opening Happy Retirement Brian Towns Juvenile Hurdle.

The Devon trainer has had three winners from just six runners that have made the 750-mile round trip to the Northumberland venue in the last five seasons.

Level Of Intensity can improve that already impressive strike-rate by supplementing his Sedgefield victory last month on his first start since leaving Jim Bolger's stable in Ireland. Danny Cook takes the reins.

SCEAU ROYAL can get back on the winning trail in the Highflyer/Million In Mind 4-Y-O & 5-Y-O Novices' Chase at Warwick.

Alan King may well have been a touch disappointed his inmate failed to fend off North Hill Harvey by a neck at Cheltenham last time out.

But given he was conceding 5lb to the winner, who subsequently claimed a Cheltenham Grade Two in real style over the weekend, it looks a very smart run indeed.

The five-year-old had previously scored with the minimum of fuss on his chasing bow at Warwick in October and it will be a huge surprise if he cannot add to that with Daryl Jacob on board in this two-runner race.