Smart Stat: £36.75 - John Butler's profit to a £1 level stake with horses running after a break
Genuine Approval hasn't been seen since finishing runner-up at Kempton in March, but trainer John Butler shows a healthy level-stake profit with horses returning from a break, indicating that fitness is rarely an issue. Genuine Approval is on the same mark as when runner-up last time, so he remains competitively treated and Adam Kirby is a positive jockey booking.
Smart Stat: £39.76 - Simon & Ed Crisford's profit to a £1 level stake when having one runner at a Flat meeting
Simon and Ed Crisford show a level-stake profit when sending only one runner to a meeting, and they rely on Myseven at Lingfield on Sunday. Myseven is a progressive filly and has won four of her last five starts. She arrives on the back of a hard-fought win at Newcastle last month.
Smart Stat: 24% - William Haggas's strike rate at Lingfield since the start of the 2017 season
William Haggas operates at an impressive 24% strike rate at Lingfield, a slight improvement on his record of 22% elsewhere. He saddles Thrill Seeker, who showed improved form to get off the mark at Wolverhampton last month but wasn't at the same level when runner-up on handicap debut at Southwell on New Year's Day. He doesn't have many miles on the clock, though, and is in top hands.