Stand by for more magic from the retiring Pat Eddery at Yarmouth tomorrow.

On Saturday at Newmarket, the 11-times champion jockey brought the house down when scoring a dynamic Champions' Day double on Just James in the Challenge Stakes and Landing Light in the Cesarewitch, the latter being his first win in the famous staying handicap after 37 years of riding.

The 51-year-old Eddery, who will call it a day in three weeks' time, has a succession of chances to add to his scoresheet at Yarmouth tomorrow, including one on a Ryedale-trained horse.

Langton trainer Nigel Tinkler has booked the riding legend to team-up with Staff Nurse in the Desira Motors Selling Handicap, and the three-year-old deserves every attention in a pretty desperate contest. The combination is awarded my Nap vote.

In the Yarmouth Stadium Handicap, Eddery will be aboard Super Cannes, and the Geoff Wragg-trained three-year-old has strong claims on her best form.

Although below-par at Catterick last time, Super Cannes may have been unsuited by the softish ground that day. Tomorrow's sounder surface is expected to be more suitable.

Mick Channon has enjoyed a wonderful campaign and thre Lambourn trainer is keeping up his strike rate right to the end of the season.

Channon has excellent prospects of saddling two more winners tomorrow courtesy of Naaddey in the European Breeders' Fund Novice Stakes and Le Tiss in the 'Go Racing At Fakenham' Nursery.

Henry Candy will surely be sweet on the chances of Rum Shot in the Weatherbys Bank Conditions Stakes.

Dane O'Neill's mount fulfilled his debut promise when running out a decisive five-lengths winner of a maiden race at Windsor last time. He looks a useful prospect in the making.

At Southwell, Darryll Holland, another hero of Saturday's Champions' Day meeting at Newmarket, bids to get his name on the scoresheet.

Holland, who won the Dewhurst Stakes on 33-1 shot Milk It Mick, teams-up here with Amir Zaman, and John Jenkins' course-and-distance winner has excellent prospects in the Bet Direct In Running on Sky Text Handicap.

Also worth noting are the speedy Bint Royal (1.40) and the promising Sangiovese (3.10), who is making a much-belated seasonal debut.

Tuesday's tips:


2.20 Able Mind, 2.50 Naaddey, 3.20 Super Cannes, 3.50 Staff Nurse (Nap), 4.20 Rum Shot, 4.50 Le Tiss.


1.40 Bint Royal, 2.10 Ever Cheerful, 2.40 Pick of The Crop, 3.10 Sangiovese, 3.40 Hawkit, 4.10 Zak Facta, 4.40 She's Our Lass, 5.10 Amir Zaman

Tomorrow's other meeting is at Exeter.

Tom O'Ryan's Nap for this afternoon's racing was: Smart Hostess (3.15 at Pontefract)

Updated: 12:35 Monday, October 20, 2003