The feature event of the three days is the Chester Cup over the staying trip of 2m2 1/2f and at a big price near the bottom of the weights, Glencadam Glory could be a big each way player.
The Tim Easterby trained son of Nathaniel has been out of form of late, hence the big price but if bouncing back to form off his current mark he could be dangerous.
Last season his best run came at York in the Ebor Handicap when a close second behind Fujaira Prince, who was a group horse in a handicap.
After that his mark got raised and he struggled in staying handicaps for the rest of the term, but after some lesser runs he is now back to a respectable number.
He made his seasonal reappearance at Musselburgh and may have just needed the run, but now 4lb lower than his second in the Ebor, getting back onto softish ground, he could out run his odds.