IF DONJUAN TRIUMPHANT can replicate his turf form on the Kempton Polytrack this evening, he will take all the beating in the 32Red Conditions Stakes.

There is quite a disparity between his perch of 114 on grass and the 102 he starts off here – but he has yet to strike on a synthetic surface and his last effort resulted in a disappointing performance, albeit over a mile, on All-Weather Finals Day last April.

However, Donjuan Triumphant really started to find his groove for trainer Andrew Balding in the latter half of last season, winning a competitive event at Haydock before stepping up on that to claim the replacement event for the Ayr Gold Cup back on Merseyside in September.

That run inspired the Balding team to try him in Group One company on Champions Day at Ascot and, while he never looked likely to trouble the principles, he was not too far off the pace in eighth.

A Group Two winner and placed in Group One company in his younger days, Donjuan Triumphant is a classy performer and if he can bring his best here, he holds every chance as today's nap selection under PJ McDonald.

SIR HAMILTON is the pick in the second division of the 32Red On The App Store Novice Stakes following his Chelmsford success before Christmas.

He had not been disgraced when seventh as a 200-1 shot at Newmarket on his debut but he showed the benefit of that run when registering a clear-cut three-length verdict last time.

This son of Canford Cliffs hails from a decent family and can continue to make his presence felt throughout the winter, with Luke Morris taking the reins today.

GREY WATERS can make the trip from Joseph O'Brien's Irish yard pay dividends as Oisin Murphy rides in the Betway Stayers Handicap at Lingfield.

The four-year-old has been mixing and matching between the all-weather and hurdles, winning over obstacles at Listowel last September before hitting the mark on the level at Kempton in November.

She was last seen when lining up in a Grade Two heat at Leopardstown over Christmas and she was far from disgraced in finishing fourth behind Espoir D'Allen and some other leading Triumph Hurdle contenders.

SPRING WATERFALL takes another step up in trip to 10 furlongs in the closing 32Red Maiden Fillies' Stakes following a near-miss at the end of last year.

She was nowhere near on her initial try at Chelmsford but benefited from a front-running ride over an extended mile to be beaten just over a length last time.

As a half-sister to top Australian performer Miss Finland, a win here with Edward Greatrex on board could make all the difference to her future paddock value.

SHEE'S LUCKY can get a win on the board in the concluding Rincon Del Puerto Restaurante Garrucha Fillies' Juvenile Hurdle at Ludlow, with Noel Fehily in the saddle.

She failed to hit the mark in six all-weather outings but showed a natural aptitude for hurdling when a fine second at Leicester in November.

Beaten four and a half lengths by the reopposing Hillcrest Fire on that occasion, Shee's Lucky possibly paid the price for a couple of modest leaps but should be sharper for the experience.

Ayr's scheduled meeting has fallen victim to a frozen track.