The first selection of the afternoon from Windsor comes in the Class 3 Handicap over five furlongs and we think Team Ireland can start with a bang.
Kimngrace for trainer Richard Hughes has been in some fine form of late and it would be a surprise for her to not hit the frame in this one.
Having been caught in a strangely run race on seasonal debut at Sandown she then got back to winning ways when landing a Class 3 event at Goodwood.
Up to a mark of 80 she went down by a short head in second and then went back to Goodwood where she could only manage fifth of 12 behind a serial winner.
Seen twice more this season the filly has been second on both runs at Haydock and Newmarket and she should go close again off the same mark.