ATLANTIC STORY, fast becoming an all-weather specialist, bids to extend his winning sequence at Wolverhampton tomorrow.

Trained at Sheriff Hutton by Mick Easterby, the five-year-old goes for the Pontin's Holidays Handicap and will have the assistance of crack apprentice James Doyle, who reduces his weight by a handy 3lb.

Atlantic Story has won his last three starts, here, at Southwell and at Kempton and is clearly very much at home on an artificial surface.

The shrewd Easterby has given him a seven-week break since his last victory, but that short holiday hardly looks enough of a reason not to give Atlantic Story every respect tomorrow as he goes for a four-timer. He promises to run a big race.

Ian McInnes has Time To Regret in fine form and the gelding bids to complete a hat-trick of wins in the Handicap.

Both of the seven-year-old's recent victories have been gained at Kempton, but there is no real reason to think that he can not produce his best form on this track. Danny Tudhope takes the mount.

Charlie Delta should go well on his first run for Epsom trainer Jim Boyle in the Go Pontin's Claiming Stakes.

Previously trained by Declan Carroll at Sledmere, Charlie Delta was triumphant in a claiming race at Southwell at the beginning of this month and was snapped up by Boyle, who clearly hopes he can place the gelding to further advantage. A bold bid is anticipated.

In the Handicap, Chookie Hamilton aims to continue his winning spree.

Trained in Scotland by Ian Semple, the gelding has won three of his last four starts, two of them on this course. He is penalised 6lb for his latest defeat of New Beginning, who re-opposes him tomorrow, but it may not prove enough for the runner-up to turn the tables.

Duran Fentiman again takes the mount, and Tim Easterby's smart apprentice can surely look forward to a good ride on tomorrow's nap selection.

Over the sticks at Musselburgh, a note should be made of Knockara Luck in the Barga Mares' Only Novices' Hurdle.

Trained by Nicky Richards, the six-year-old was no match for La Dame Brune at Huntingdon last time out, but she remains held in some regard by her handler, and she will get fewer better chances of opening her winning account than the one she faces tomorrow.

Richards, who seldom returns home empty-handed from Musselburgh, can also strike with Ben Britten in the Peregrine Falcon Novices' Handicap Chase.

A fluent winner on this course on his latest start, Ben Britten has more to offer and is fancied to follow up tomorrow.

Racing selections

1.20 Claws, 1,55 Desert Hawk, 2.30 Time To Regret, 3.05 Atlantic Gamble, 3.35 Charlie Delta, 4.05 Chookie Hamilton (NAP), 4.35 Atlantic Story, 5.05 Desert Master.

12.40 Knockara Luck, 1.10 Sir Boreas Hawk, 1.45 Jballingall, 2.20 Helen Wood, 2.55 Compton Eclaire, 3.25 Ben Britten, 3.55 Celtic Gladiator.

Today's meetings: Taunton, Ludlow (both National Hunt), Wolverhampton (all-weather Flat).

* Chepstow's National Hunt meeting tomorrow has been abandoned.