Tom Collins banks on promising sorts to start his Windsor Placepot perm
There isn't much quality on show at Windsor but all six legs of the Placepot perm feature eight or more runners, which is far more attractive than Pontefract's small fields.
Improving three-year-old Refuge looks banker material in the opening 5f handicap (1.00). The Mick Easterby-trained son of Harbour Watch has improved drastically since the fitting of cheekpieces and bolted up at Musselburgh seven days ago.
You can also keep your units down in leg two (1.30) as the Richard Hannon-trained Good Listener looks tough to beat if building on his debut third at York, which came on soft ground.
Oisin Murphy rarely leaves Windsor without a winner and he partners soft ground winner Dream World in the claimer (2.00). Turf maiden Scale Force has some form in testing conditions and is also taken.
Windsor Placepot perm
3 Good Listener
1 Scale Force
3 Dream World
2 Water's Edge
1 Ballard Down
1 Mr Top Hat
4 Moxy Mares
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