There's an exciting day of racing ahead at Newbury, and we've looked through the card to dig out the horses we think might be the best bang for your buck.
The 14:50 Greenham Stakes looks to be an exciting renewal. It's hard to argue against favourite Ivawood, who probably just edges it against his rivals in terms of promise and potential.
He looked superb as a two year old, taking the July Stakes at Newmarket and the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood, before losing his unbeaten record by finishing second in the Middle Park on his last start. He certainly has the talent, but this new trip for him may be a slight stumbling block. Whether the extra furlong will matter is the big question here, but there's no argument that Ivawood should be able to prove himself a major player in this race.
The best place we've found to back him is at BetFred, who are offering a decent 13/8.
Elsewhere in the field we think Dick Whittington stands out as a potential challenger. He stood out over six furlongs last year, and took two wins in Curragh Group races against horses who went on to be fourth and fifth in the Middle Park. To confirm that form here he'll have to run even better but there's certainly potential for improvement, and his yard will be keen to get the best out of him here to gauge where they stand with their Guineas runners.
The best price we found on him was at PaddyPower, who are offering a very tempting 9/1.
In the following race, the 15:25 Spring Cup, current favourite Buckstay looks the likeliest contender for the win.
It's a fairly well matched field so it's tricky to call, but Buckstay has impressed in some fairly competitive turf handicaps. His only wins have come on all weather surfaces, which may count against him slightly, but he was second behind a decisive winner on his return three weeks ago and we think he's a strong prospect here.
The best place we've found to back him is at StanJames, who are offering by the far the best price on the market at 8/1.