RYEDALE apprentice Duran Fentiman, with 11 winners to his credit during the winter Flat campaign, can round up his tally to a dozen at Wolverhampton tomorrow.

Fentiman, who is attached to Tim Easterby's Great Habton yard, teams up with Primarily in the first division of the pontins.com Handicap and this recent Kempton scorer is napped to follow-up.

Trained by Peter Grayson, whose Preston string is in good form, Primarily tackles the same distance of five furlongs tomorrow and, although switching venues, had respectable placed form to her credit on this course before the turn of the year. She should prove hard to beat, with the talented Fentiman reducing her weight by a handy 5lb.

Trainer Noel Wilson, who has recently moved into a new purpose-built yard at Flaxton, can hit the target with Dodaa in the Go Pontin's Classified Stakes.

The four-year-old came good with a long-priced success at Southwell last time and, in this modest contest, it would be no surprise to see a follow up achieved.

Sir Mark Prescott is a trainer to be feared at all times, and particularly during the winter with his carefully-selected all-weather squad.

The Newmarket handler saddles Tilapia in the Go Pontin's Handicap and this recent easy Lingfield winner is selected to defy a 6lb penalty.

Priceoflove, a creditable second to the potentially smart Zam Zammah last week, should appreciate the slightly shorter distance of the pontins.com Maiden Stakes.

At Taunton's jumping meeting, John Quinn has a brace of interesting entries in Pevensey and Bellaney Jewel.

The former, previously a useful horse on the Flat, has taken well to hurdling and landed a wide-margin win on his latest start at Catterick. He is capable of following up in the southwestracing.com Novices' Hurdle.

Bellaney Jewel returned to finish a good second to Bang And Blame at Catterick last month. That race is sure to have benefited the Norton-based eight-year-old, who is fancied to make a bold bid in the Get Price At gg-odds.com Handicap Chase over three miles and three furlongs, a marathon distance which will hold no fears for this confirmed stayer.

The in form Milton Des Bieffes (1.50) and the potentially smart Debut (3.50) are two others to note.

Racing selections

1.30 Primarily (NAP), 2.00 Dodaa, 2.30 Nod's Star, 3.00 Tilapia, 3.30 Priceoflove, 4.00 Augustus John, 4.30 Monte Major.

1.20 Pevensey, 1.50 Milton Des Bieffes, 2.20 City Streets, 2.50 The Hairy Lemon, 3.20 Bellaney Jewel, 3.50 Debut.

Tomorrow's other meeting: Ludlow (National Hunt).

Today's meetings: Newcastle, Newbury (both National Hunt), Lingfield (all-weather Flat).