I've thrown a cheeky fiver on the outsider in the first and third race at Yarmouth. The 1 o'clock seems to have been priced up on jockey bookings as much as form or breeding. The 12 o'clock does, admittedly, have the right favourite (long odds-on) but I'm not sure the other two are the right way round.
By coincidence, I quite like the third best in the 12.30 as well, an 8-runner race. The Gosden barn's Lost In Space is well-bred and if he can overcome first-night nerves, has at least as good a chance as the front two who are far shorter in the betting.