Incendiary all fired up.
INCENDIARY can make a splash on his handicap bow as he lines up in the Follow Us On Twitter At Lingfieldpark Handicap at the Surrey venue.
The three-year-old was really well supported to make a victorious racecourse debut at Wolverhampton last November but that gamble went astray as he could finish no better than fifth.
He had obviously been showing something at home to merit that kind of money and his talent became much more evident as he scored on his second attempt at this track earlier in the month.
Incendiary was right at the other end of the betting scale on that occasion as he went off a 33-1 but he showed a nice turn of pace to pull two lengths clear of some well-fancied rivals.
Hugo Palmer wastes little time in switching to handicap level and Incendiary could be a useful tool in this sphere.
Morocco Moon is another who switches from maiden company in the Golf & Racing At Lingfield Marriott Handicap.
She tasted success at the second time of asking and while that was only a moderate event, the manner of her win impressed and an initial mark of 68 looks fair.
Red Hand is well worth watching as she makes her racecourse bow in the Barry O''Connor Celebration Birthday Maiden Fillies'' Stakes.
Hailing from a family line that includes multiple Group One winner High Chaparral, Red Hand was evidently not quite ready to run as a juvenile.
John Gosden''s patient attitude can pay off though and this 10-furlong trip looks an excellent starting point for this blueblood.
Elshabakiya must surely take all the beating as she drops right back in class for the Grand National Free Bets With FreeBetting.co.uk Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Wolverhampton.
Clive Brittain has been aiming high with this Diktat filly ever since she was just edged out by Classic-placed Dubawi Gold last March.
She has subsequently struggled to make any sort of mark in Pattern company but has fared well enough at Listed level, although she was a bit disappointing on her seasonal return.