The first event of the afternoon is the six furlong Novice Stakes and we are giving a final chance to the William Haggas trained Khanjar, who seems to be better than his last outing.
The two year old son of Kodiac made a very impressive debut over seven furlongs at Ascot in July, finishing a close up fourth and being an eye-catcher.
He was then sent into a Maiden at Glorious Goodwood, but the soft ground seemed to scupper any chances he had, but the race has turned out to be useful with the second since winning easily.
Down in trip to seven furlongs is a positive for him at this track and if building on his debut run then he could be tough to beat.
He should be much better now for his first two experiences and this race offers a nice chance to get off the mark.