Scrummage can strike while the iron is hot in the Lord McGowan Handicap at Sand-own today.
Sir Michael Stoute's colt showed precious little in three outings in maiden company but has looked a different proposition since the application of a visor and the adoption of front-running tactics.
The improvement was immediately obvious when the son of Sinndar ran out a cosy winner on his handicap debut over seven furlongs at Yarmouth early this month before an even more impressive win over the same trip at Epsom.
He scored by three lengths on that occasion - giving the impression that a 6lb penalty would not be enough to halt his progress - and he looks set to land a quick-fire hat-trick.
Earlier on the card, Old Romney is given a chance to register his first win in the Panmure Gordon Investment Trust EBF Maiden Stakes.
The Halling colt showed plenty of promise when making his debut at Newmarket in mid-July, staying on well in the latter stages to finish a fine fourth of 16 behind the useful Kalgoorlie, beaten less than two lengths.
Like many of his stablemates, he is sure to improve a lot from that initial outing and could quite easily score at the second time of asking.
At Leicester, China Cherub looks the one to be on in the EBF Waterloo Fillies' Handicap over seven furlongs.
Henry Candy's progressive filly has shown plenty of ability in three starts to date over six furlongs, winning her maiden on the turf at Lingfield in June before finishing a creditable second on her handicap debut at Leicester. She had to race wide of the field last time and with a better position and racing off only a 1lb higher mark, the three-year-old daughter of Inchinor is worth sticking with.
Rushneeyriver has been making hay while the sun shines and can land a fourth win in the last two months with victory in the Arena Leisure Handicap Hurdle at Worcester.
Sir Mark Prescott's Liberate is fancied to pick up his fourth win this term in the Whips And Tees Handicap at Lingfield.