First up is the Class 3 Handicap over six furlongs and Capote's Dream for trainer Tom Ward looks one of the more likely winners, being extremely progressive this term and still on a nice mark.
The four year old this season joined Ward's yard having been average for Jospeh Murphy in Ireland and on his seasonal/stable debut he got off the mark in fine fashion at Kempton.
Back over the same course and distance he scored again making it back to back wins and when seeking his hat-trick on his British turf debut he was a narrow second at Windsor.
Many though the bubble may have burst but they were wrong as he was seen winning again last time out back at Windsor and only 2lb higher for this event makes him tough to beat.
Needs to handle the soft ground, but he did enough in Ireland in the same conditions to think he will.