Tonight's racing: three runners that catch the eye in Britain and Ireland
There are also three evening meetings at Chelmsford, Ballinrobe and Stratford for punters to get their teeth into
She finished second three times as a juvenile but the move from Robyn Brisland's stable to Richard Fahey's yard worked the trick, as the Finjaan filly got off the mark at the fifth attempt at Leicester last time.
Although that was in selling company, a race she was entitled to win easily, that effort really was quite comfortable and she looks the type who will continue to progress in a race which isn't the strongest.
Rock The World, Devils Bride and Don't Touch It are all smart handicappers on their day but all three have been desperately out of form recently – Listen Dear hasn't.
The Willie Mullins-trained mare emergedfrom a 441-day absence at Galway with great credit, giving a bold sight before lack of race-fitness took its toll late on.
She's a winner over course and distance and should be able to capitalise against horses whotend to thrive at a different point in the season.
Capable on the Flat for Ed Walker, Romanor has been equipping himself well over obstacles, winning two of his last three starts.
He's a tricky horse but 5lb claimer Daniel Sansom gets on particularly well with him and the pairconvincingly beata useful rival in Holryale last time.
The four-year-old will have to defy a penalty here, but is in excellent health and is a course-and-distance winner having beaten Regulation at the track in June.