One of our best chances of a winner on the afternoon comes in the Class 2 Handicap over seven furlongs with Nine Tenths for William Haggas looking a typical progressive type from this yard.
The filly has been seen three times during her short career, making her juvenile debut last term on heavy ground at Doncaster when finishing fourth and keeping on all the way to the line, looking like a big eye-catcher.
Improving for that first experience she then went to Newcastle on her final start as a two year old when getting off the mark in taking style.
Returning this season at Windsor still over 6f, she picked up from where she left off by making it back to back wins in a decent Novice Stakes beating two decent types for George Boughey.
Stepping up to 7f on handicap debut should be no issue with the way she finishes her races and a mark of 91 could be lenient with her being expected to turn into a better horse than a handicapper.Handles the track well from her debut performance.