The penultimate event of the day is the Listed Handicap Chase over three miles and the Venetia Williams trained Espoir De Gueye is a horse that oozes class.
The six year old has been a great recruit for the yard over the years really coming into his own in 2019 when sent over fences for the first time.
Having finished second on debut at Chepstow over two miles behind Cheltenham festival winner Simply The Betts, he then stepped up in trip at Exeter and got off the mark.
Staying at that trip he landed another nice race at Ascot beating First Flow who has since gone on to be a star over fences.
Having been pulled up at the Cheltenham festival, he made his seasonal return at November at the Berkshire track and landed a nice event over 2m5f.
Although up in the weights the gelding steps up in trip again and the further he has gone the better he has been, especially at a track he has a great record at.