Chjimes set to strike.
Conor Dore's seven-year-old is a revelation at the Surrey venue and should be a major player in this six-furlong event.
Although this textbook hold-up performer consistently requires quite a bit of luck in running, there is plenty of confidence to be derived from recent efforts.
Chjimes needs things to fall right and invariably encounters trouble in running - as seen by his fifth at the course earlier this month - but is clearly not out of the equation handicap wise.
Since winning at Lingfield in December, the son of Fath has shaped honourably and competes off the same mark at which he was successful over course and distance last May.
With all of his rivals either out of form or badly exposed, Chjimes could not wish for a better opportunity in which to strengthen his laudable course record.
Bel Cantor is also respected in the Wolverhampton Holiday Inn Handicap.
Bill Ratcliffe's charge looked in fine fettle when finishing second over six furlongs at Southwell and will not be put off his stride by this small drop in distance.
Recent course-and-distance winner Treacle Tart has every chance of following up in the 10% Forecast Bonus At bluesq.com Handicap.
The six-year-old mare was formerly useful in bumpers and is progressing nicely under Flat rules with two wins from five starts.
She has a bit more to offer before the handicapper strikes.