Droopys Trapeze can justify favouritism in the final of the Betfred Gymcrack Championship over 462 metres at Kinsley.

Jimmy Wright’s runner reaches the final unbeaten and set a new track record in last week’s semi-finals by recording 27.05sec.

He is ideally drawn in the ping box of trap three and can get first run on main danger Holdem Rio.

Carol Weatherall’s Holdem Rio also reaches the final unbeaten after winning his semi-final in 27.14sec.

He’s an improving sort having won his last four and is ideally placed on the fence.

The other unbeaten finalist is Charlie Lister’s Banner Lightfoot, who landed his semi-final in 27.50sec.

He has the right profile for the track being big on early pace but he probably needs to find a few lengths to figure.

Seamus Cahill’s 28.51sec Shelbourne Park winner Live Annie made her debut in the competition and was only beaten just over two lengths by Holden Rio after finding early trouble last week.

Riverside Escape and Lowgate Hagrid provide the local interest but both have a huge mountain to climb.

Roxholme Hottie can bounce back from her heat defeat to land the Betfred Goals Galore Stayers Final over 650 metres.

Hayley Keightley’s bitch looked unlucky when beaten by Boherna Pedro in the heats and can hold too many guns for the opposition.

Boherna Pedro has a peach of a draw on the fence and can’t be ruled out, while Sunderland Classic winner No But is another to throw into the mix.

Calzaghe George is another who is fancied to bounce back in the final of the Betfred The Place to be for the Euros Sprint Final over 268 metres.

Ted Soppitt’s class act was surprisingly picked up in the heats but is different class to these rivals on his day and should strip fitter.

Southfield Jock, third in last year’s Gymcrack Final, looks in a class of his own in the Betfred Follow Us n Twitter Stakes over 462 metres.

Seamus Cahill’s runner returned to form last week at Hove and can get first run on Satin Mark.

Another runner who is totally different class on her day is Roxholme Magic in the Betfred TV Marathon over 844 metres.

Recent trials suggest she is back to her best, which should see her score a facile victory from Trumpers Mofara and Happy Camper, who can battle it out for second.

Crossfield Molly, who has caught the eye in her last two races at Wimbledon, can prove too good for Northern Flat winner Graigues Diva, who is returning from a long lay-off, in the Betfred Bitches Stakes over 462 metres.

Molly’s trainer Seamus Cahill is fancied to land the Betfred Pushes Live on Betfred TV Puppy Stakes with early Gymcrack casualty Cork Falcon.  Charlie Lister’s Tyrur Fergal looks the biggest threat.

Acomb Ruby can give the local something to cheer about in the Betfred Mobile Stayers Stakes over 650 metres.

Kevin Ferguson’s bitch can get first run on main threat Calzaghe Rocky, who is at a serious disadvantage by never having seen the track before.