Here are the top tips for tonight's race meet at Chelmsford City Racecourse, courtesy of My Racing:

4pm - Primo Bacio

The two leading form contenders are Rainbow's Pony and PRIMO BACIO, who have both shown promise in races won by subsequent Group winners. Slight preference is for Primo Bacio, who is open to further improvement dropped in trip. Isla Vista, for the Stoute yard, is also in the mix.[Steve Boow]

4.30pm - Torrkee

Natural Value ran well over C&D last week but he may find better opportunities in handicaps after this, while Ghaaliya warrants respect back down in class but she's conceding weight to three very interesting newcomers, notably TORRKEE who has a particularly good chance based on yard stats with 2yos this year. The betting should help to firm up the pecking order.[Steve Boow]

5pm - Ghalyoon

Judged on this year's good efforts there should be a useful handicap in GHALYOON and he remains of interest. Hamdan Al Maktoum's other runner, Huraiz, may still have more to offer. Intuitive also needs a mention, returned to this surface.[Steve Boow]

5.30pm - War Glory

Back in a less competitive field WAR GLORY is taken to defy top weight and record an eighth AW success. Ayr Harbour is feared most, ahead of The Gill Brothers.[Steve Boow]

6pm - Australis

It's hard to get away from AUSTRALIS (nap), who has a very solid record on AW and looks open to further improvement back in this sphere. Cosmelli ties in with the selection on big-race form in June, while Tulip Fields should be thereabouts if she stays this trip. Revivals are needed from Ernesto, Kitaabaat and Battle Of Marathon but they have become well handicapped.[Steve Boow]

6.30pm - Pearl Beach

Anisoptera was visually very impressive when her raking stride took her clear in her latest 2m win but over this shorter trip PEARL BEACH can be the one to bring up the hat-trick. This is more competitive than the races the top weight has been winning but she, too, has been despatching her rivals without fuss. Casa Loupi has stamina to prove but he still looks the most solid option of the remainder.[Emily Weber]

7pm - Fitwood Star

Ritchie Valens has a big weight to shoulder but he's still a strong candidate after a good run here last time. The enigmatic Mutaabeq can go well if on a good day but FITWOOD STAR might be the one to side with. He poses something of a conundrum having only won a Class 6 last time and now burdened with a 9lb higher mark, but the manner of that victory, after a lengthy absence, suggested he would be up to holding his own in this better company. [Paul Smith]