It's another fine day in England, but we're looking across the Irish Sea to pick out our Sunday tips.
Parts of Ireland got a bit wet last night but we believe Navan missed most, if not all, of it.
That means the going, always crucial there, should be good, possibly tending to soft in places.
With that in mind, two horses stand out for us in the 16:05 Group Three Coolmore Vintage Crop Stakes.
Pale Mimosa hails from the extremely in form stable of Rosewell House, lead by Dermot Weld.
In the past seven days alone they have sent out five winners and two second placers from eleven starters.
We don't think Pale Mimosa is quite the best horse in the field, although she's only shaded to that honour by the finest of margins.
An in-form stable counts for a lot, though, and we think she will be one of the major contenders for the win.
Her price is steadily shortening but you can still pick her up at 7/4 over at Stan James.
Her main competitor for the victory will be Leading Light, the horse who we feel is probably the best in the field.
Aidan O'Brien's stable hasn't had the start to the season that Weld's has, and Leading Light is giving 8lb to Pale Mimosa, but there's simply no denying the quality of the horse.
A glance over his form confirms his abilities, and we're certain that he will be fighting at the front from the off.
His odds are fluctuating, leaving him favourite at some bookies and second favourite at others, but we found him offered at 13/8 by Ladbrokes.
Our final tip of the day comes in the 15:05.
The two year old maiden has three horses hovering around the top of the bookies' listings, namely Blackbriar, Fresh Focus, and another from the Weld stable, Araner.
Araner is the clear favourite as we speak, but we've had a nosey a bit further down the field, and we like the look of Royal County Boy.
His yearling price dropped quite considerably, but he is half brother to three winners and we aren't convinced we've seen the best of him yet.
We wouldn't go all out and claim he's likely to win, but when you can pick him up at 14/1 over at BetFred, we think a cheeky each way flutter might pay dividends.