Another nice event on the Ascot card is the Listed Swinley Chase and we can't look past the top weighted Fiddlerontheroof for the Tizzard's.
Fiddlerontheroof burst onto the novice hurdle scene two seasons ago with an impressive win in the Grade One Tolworth at Sandown on deep ground.
He looked severely outpaced in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle after that and could only manage 11th, but after a break he returned to the track as a chaser in October.
Starting in a tight three runner field, he ran well enough for his first outing with If The Cap Fits running out the winner.
His next start yielded his first chase win when taking out a Beginners Chase at Exeter and after that, he finished second in three Grade Two races over fences.
Beaten by Caribean Boy at Newbury over 2.5 miles and then Allart over the same trip at Ascot, Fiddlerontheroof was sent off favourite both times and found one too good on each occasion.
Moved up in trip to three miles, he again only contested in a small field. Coming second this time to Next Destination, but overall it was an improved run
It was another second for the Bridesmaid last at the Cheltenham festival in the Grade One Brown Advisory Novices' Chase, this time giving a career best performance to only be beaten by Monkfish.
He finished off last term at Aintree in the Mildmay Novices' Chase and having been burnt out throughout the season he could only manage third, a long way behind the winner.
Back for another season this term, this time going into open company, he made a very impressive seasonal return in the Colin Parker Memorial Intermediate Listed Chase, seeing off the likes of Silver Hallmark and Espoir De Romay.
Last time out he was seen racing off a mark of 150 in the Ladbrokes Trophy and in a superb race to the line he was narrowly second to Cloudy Glen, giving heaps of weight away.
Up a further 5lb, he has not been seen since that but proving he can harbour weight against well handicapped horses makes him interesting in this company.