On Friday we have picked out one horse that is well in with the handicapper and with that in mind could run a big race at Sandown this afternoon.
The William Haggas trained gelding Kettle Hill has been highly progressive of late being an unlucky loser in both of his last two events and this race presents a good opportunity for him to get back to winning ways.
The four year old was a nice winner in March at Wolverhampton, but then chucked in his only bad performance this term when sixth at Redcar.
He then went to York over a mile and finished a narrow second to Garden Oasis and when taking on the rival again had to settle for runner up once more at Ripon last time out.
The son of Gleneagles is set to go up 5lb in the handicap for his next race and will be looking to take advantage of that weight difference in today's race.