Beverley's first event of the afternoon on ITV comes in the William Hill Silver Cup Handicap and dropping back in trip Omniscient for Sir Mark Prescott looks overpriced.
A typical Sir Mark Prescott handicapper running over shorter trips earlier on his career but when stepped up in trip in handicaps he showed the real version of himself.
Upped to 1m2f for the first time on his second handicap start at Yarmouth off a mark of 75 he got off the mark in decisive fashion when bolting up by 5.5 lengths.
Sent to Goodwood in July up an extra furlong he ruined his chances of making it 2/2 when hanging left and ultimately he ran no race, however, up to 1m4f on his final start last term he got back to winning ways in nice style at Southwell off a mark of 87.
This term he has been tried three times at longer trips making his seasonal debut when not running a bad race off a mark of 95 in the Northumberland Plate finishing back in seventh, hitting the front 2f out but getting outstayed after that suggesting 2m wasn't his bag.
Dropped to 1m6f at Glorious Goodwood when not handling the torrential conditions in the Coral Cummer Handicap, he underperformed but the card was abandoned not long after that showing just how bad conditions were.
Last seen at Sandown over the same trip he ran a better race but was slightly keen early on and weakened close home.
Having shown that those extreme trips aren't playing to his strengths, he is now dropped back to the trip where he was last seen winning and down a further 1lb, this race presents a big opportunity to get back to winning ways and you are getting a fair price to find out.
Another sweetener is Luke Morris has decided to head to Beverley for this ride instead of Sandown where he could have ridden the favourite Eagle's Way in the Virgin Bet Handicap.