In the first race of the day at Sandown, which hosts the best of the racing on Saturday in Britain, we like the look of a highly improving Nicky Henderson runner.
Homer goes for the Seven Barrows yard in the Juvenile Hurdle over two miles and after finally getting off the mark last time out he should progress from there.
He came over to the UK after being bought by the successful Simon Munir and Isaac Souede and on his British debut he was a bright third with the second since going on to frank the form.
Next time out he was below finishing a weak fourth in a small field but the winner of that race was the talented Goshen who has gone on to be faultless all season.
The penny seemed to drop at Kempton on his final start, albeit it was an easier contest but, he showed that he stayed the two miles well and enjoyed the drying surface.