The adverse weather has obliterated any jumps action this weekend, so let’s hope Lingfield’s all-weather card gets the go-ahead tomorrow.

In the Betway Handicap (2.35) over the minimum five furlongs, Robert Cowell’s Encore D’Or can go one better than when beaten over course and distance just seven days ago.

This six-year-old gelding was much happier back on polytrack having had two runs earlier this year over in Meydan, and Ryan Moore was a shade unlucky not to get up on the line, just failing to reel in long-time leader 110-rated Gracious John.

That run took his Lingfield record to 14132 and is a horse who clearly enjoys the test of the turning track, backed up the fact he’s also won twice from three starts at Wolverhampton.

Moore is back on tomorrow and Encore D’Or drops in class here and should be up to carrying top weight to victory.

The 32Red Spring Cup Stakes (3.05) will run in anything but Spring-like conditions, yet Headway can warm the spirits of punters for this £25,000 contest.

William Haggas’ charge produced his best performances at two on rattling quick ground, a close second to Gold Town on debut at Newbury, bolting up easily at Chester before running a blinder when second to Rajasinghe in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Headway rather went off the boil after Ascot, although his run at Goodwood can be excused given conditions were appalling that week, while his dead-heat third with Cardshap at York reads well in the Group Two Gimcrack Stakes, with smart duo Sands Of Mali and Invincible Army two lengths too good.

Headway would need to be a 2,000 Guineas horse to land this prize if the likes of Mendelssohn and Seahenge turn up here, but I’d be shocked if Aidan O’Brien sends his runners over given doubts regarding the weather, and Haggas’ improver could be the way to go after showing such promise in his juvenile year.

In the Sunbets/Vegas Handicap (1.45), the change of yard could do Towerlands Park the world of good and he can capitalise on an exploitable mark of 89.

This talented five-year-old made a mockery of a mark of 83 on handicap debut for Michael Bell back in December 2016 at Kempton, and then wasn’t seen 325 days prior to a hugely encouraging reappearance back on turf at Newbury, beaten two lengths into third by Century Dream over a mile and two.

Slightly below-par runs at Wolverhampton and Lingfield followed but returned to the latter venue on January 27, Towerlands Park was desperately unlucky not to finish better than fifth of 12 behind Chevallier, twice denied a clear run under Moore before blasting home up the outside, but never on terms with the leading pack.

Towerlands Park has since left Bell’s yard and made the short hop to Seamus Durack, who may just sniffed out a nice opening here with the booking of in-form Martin Harley, one of the best all-weather riders out there who has scored with six of his last seven rides on the synthetics. Everything looks set for a big run from Durack’s latest inmate.