Three horses to follow tonight at Windsor, Bangor and Roscommon
The £75,000 Sky Bet Windsor Sprint Series Finale is the day's feature contest and Kimifive looks capable of collecting the big prize.
The Joe Tuite-trained three-year-old has struck up a good rapport with apprentice Nicola Currie, winning twice over course-and-distance and improving with each start this season.
He is proven in these conditions and rates as a solid proposition in a wide-open contest.
The Rosemary Gasson-trained chaser has shown remarkable improvement in the last 11 months, winning five of his last eight starts.
He has gone up a whopping 35lb in that time but there still might be more to come from this talented eight-year-old.
Freshened up since winning a shade cosily over course-and-distance at the start of June, he likes to be played late by regular rider Ben Poste.
Trainer Madeleine Tylicki is expecting her mare to bounce back following her disappointing display on good ground at Sligo last time.
Prior to that, she won gamely at Ballinrobe on her stable debut and she much prefers the softer conditions she will get tonight.
This looks a winnable race and Billy Lee, who has been on board for her last two wins, is in the saddle.
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