Chelmsford stages a seven-race card on Tuesday afternoon on their Polytrack surface.
The action begins at 1.25pm and runs through to 4.50pm, with the feature race a class three handicap contest over the sprint trip of 5f at 4.18pm.
And we have picked five horses for you to follow.
1.25pm - Tote Placepot Your First Bet Maiden Fillies' Stakes (1m)
This race could be a battle between the two Godolphin runners from Charlie Appleby's yard.
WITH THE MOONLIGHT has the white cap here but she should not be considered the second string. Expect her to come on from her debut run at Newmarket last month.
The daughter of Frankel was fancied to run well on her opening appearance but she was very green in that 7f contest.
A step up to 1m and switch to AW could both play in her favour so take her to defeat her stablemate.
Selection: With The Moonlight
2pm - Example At CCR 14th August Handicap (1m)
C&D winner STRAWBERRY JACK has been running consistently well this season. His sole success came over this distance at Bath.
He has gone close on all three occasions since then off this mark of 77 and it may be a welcome return to the AW for George Scott's gelding.
He has often produced his best performances at this course on the Polytrack so expect another bold showing.
Selection: Strawberry Jack
2.35pm - tote.co.uk Now Never Beaten By SP Median Auction Maiden Stakes (7f)
EL PICARO has had five attempts now to get off the mark.
He was a long way behind the winner last time at York (7f) but if you can forgive that run, he sets the standard in this maiden contest.
With lots of experience of his side, this is a great chance for Tom Clover's runner to record his first success on this switch back to the AW.
Selection: El Picaro
4.18pm - tote.co.uk Live Streaming Every UK Race Handicap (5f)
Raaeb and Rewaayat are going to be expected to be in contention for this class three handicap over 5f — but both need to bounce back from their most recent performances.
TOP BREEZE was successful on his penultimate outing and he could be set for more glory in this competitive sprint contest.
Richard Hughes' sprinter is a much better horse on the AW and four of his five wins have come on the surface.
The former class two winner is more than capable at this level, while a drop down to the minimum trip will not be a problem for him.
Selection: Top Breeze
4.50pm - Now 80's Live 11th September Handicap (1m2f)
When she broke her maiden at Brighton over 1m, it looked as though there would be many more victories in ALMADRINA.
Since then, she has had to settle for second place on three occasions.
George Boughey's filly is now stepping up to 1m2f and this new distance might just help her.
She has lacked the speed inside the closing stages recently so this stiffer test puts more emphasis on stamina.