COUNT OTTO is of interest as he makes his handicap bow for trainer Amanda Perrett at Lingfield.

Winner of his second outing in a Kempton novice in November, the three-year-old could not build on that when sent off favourite for a similar event back at that track last month.

Carrying a penalty that day, he found a couple of rivals too good in finishing third and it probably makes sense to switch spheres in the 32Red Casino Handicap this time.

An initial mark of 86 is high enough for a starting point but Count Otto should be good enough as today's nap selection under Joey Haynes.

TORIANO is bottom of the weights in the Play Jackpot Games At Handicap and he can make full use of his handy mark.

Twice a winner for James Eustace back in 2016, the five-year-old lost his way a bit in the interim – but Nick Littmoden appears to have him firing on all cylinders again after he made it third-time lucky for the yard at Lingfield nearly two weeks ago.

Racing off a mark of 72, he prevailed by a head after hitting the front with only about 50 yards to run and he could be good value for the margin with Tom Marquand on board.

FLORENCIO narrowly failed to hold on after racing prominently on his most recent start at Southwell and another bold showing is anticipated in the Sunbets Handicap at Newcastle's evening meeting.

He tries a mile for the first time here but if he is ridden with a little more restraint by Tony Hamilton, there is no reason Roger Fell's inmate cannot be in the shake-up.

KUPATANA can strike for Nicky Henderson in the Betfred TV British Stallion Studs EBF Mares' "National Hunt" Novices' Hurdle at Newbury.

A point-to-point winner last March, Kupatana changed hands for £120,000 the following month and connections will surely be disappointed if she is not in the mix here with Nico de Boinville in the saddle.

SAINT CALVADOS can shrug off the burden of top weight in the Betfred Mobile Novices' Limited Handicap Chase.

A three-timer winner over hurdles in France, the five-year-old made a dream start for trainer Harry Whittington at this track at the end of last month, winning a four-runner event by nine lengths.

There were only two finishers that day but it is hard to find fault with the style in which Saint Calvados won and he should be capable of more, with Aidan Coleman taking the reins.

DISSAVRIL is one to watch as she makes her debut for Emma Lavelle in the Listed 188Bet Alan Swinbank Mares' Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race at Market Rasen.

The five-year-old was placed a couple of times in France on the level so she certainly knows her job.

LE ROCHER is the pick in the Weatherbys Racing Bank Graduation Chase, which has attracted a small but relatively select field.

Nick Williams' Grade Two-winning hurdler is two from two over fences and while he had to work rather harder than odds of 1-10 suggested he would last time out at Exeter, the experience will not have been lost on him and this longer trip is much more up his street.