Evening Angles: a course specialist, an in-form trainer and a notable newcomer
Using the Racing Post's unrivalled bank of stats we pick out three horses to back on Monday night based on course and trainer form, as well as a notable newcomer.
Angle: Saeed Bin Suroor's course record
Saeed Bin Suroor operates at a 37 per cent strike-rate at Windsor in the past five years with 15 winners from 41 runners and sends out two in this competitive maiden.
The pick of the pair appears to be Jason Watson's mount Global Heat, whose two-year-old form should make him competitive.
Global Heat has placed in his only two outings and should relish the step up to 1m2f after finishing strongly over a mile last time.
Angle: the form of trainer Julie Camacho
Julie Camacho has saddled a winner and a second from four runners in the past fortnight and saddles three at Thirsk.
The pick of the trio may well be Dalton, a consistent sprint handicapper who has won on his seasonal reappearance in the past two years.
Graham Lee's mount is fancied to go well in an open race and a mark of 84 should not prove insurmountable.
Angle: Clive Cox newcomers at Windsor
Clive Cox has just an ordinary eight per cent strike-rate with three-year-old newcomers, but that rises to 25 per cent at Windsor, with two winners from eight runners.
The trainer saddles Noble Fox, a half-brother to 1m1f winner Rose Tinted Spirit, in the mile novice contest.
The gelded son of Foxwedge cost £7,000 as a yearling and benefits from the services of jockey Adam Kirby, who has a great record at the track.
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