The penultimate selection of the evening in Wales is Manila Scouse for Tim Easterby in the Class 3 Handicap over 5f, who sees his mark of 81 untouched from his win four days ago at Haydock in the Sunday Series.
A fairly consistent horse all season having been knocking on the door in the early stages of the term with two good seconds at Ripon and Beverley on soft ground and then in July at Ayr back over 6f was another credible second giving weight away to the winner.
No good next time out over the same C&D in the Ayr Gold Cup Trial, but since that poor effort he has bounced back to form in a big way.
Sent to York in a Competitive Class 4 Handicap when finishing a close fourth of 16 off a mark of 79, he then went over the same C&D and was a better second to Stewards' Cup winner Aberama Gold in the Sky Bet Dash Handicap, only going down by a neck.
Up to a mark of 81 when last seen on Sunday at Haydock he was a decisive winner dropping back to down to 5f and off the same mark here handling softer conditions, he looks the obvious shout to take the event.