A trainer on Friday is looking to have a winner at Redcar, sending just one runner on the journey up North, which sees the handler make a 414 mile round trip.
When we see trainers coming such a long way to just run the one horse we like to highlight it, as we believe they would not be coming all that way if it did not have a real chance.
The trainer in question is George Scott who boasts a respectable 17% strike rate with horses travelling at least this distance.
His runner, Livia The Empress, will be hoping for plenty rain before post-time (forecasted) given her clear liking to the conditions when getting off the mark over todays 10f distance at Beverley in July.
She has kept to a decent level of form in her 4 runs since with figures of: 3242 all over 12f and she sits just 4lb above her last winning mark.
The 3yo daughter of Holy Roman Emperor finally looks set to receive her suited conditions once more for the first time since that win, and also drops back to her winning 10f distance, that may just make all the difference.