Robert Cowell's four-year-old has built up quite a bit of momentum in recent weeks, notching up a string of places before finally getting his head in front at Kempton last month.
Another trip to Sunbury last time saw him defy a 6lb hike for that success and given that he won by three and a half lengths, there is every reason to expect yet more improvement.Fantasy Gladiator came from off the pace that day and was still pulling double turning for home so there is evidently plenty more in the locker and Cowell is obviously keen to run again before the handicapper does his work.
Squad can reverse recent form with Where's Susie in the Bigger Wins With SP+ At totesport.com Handicap. The pair clashed in an amateurs event at this track last month and Where's Susie emerged a clear two-length winner.
However, Squad did not enjoy the best of runs that day, failing to get the required room around two furlongs out and he was making up ground hand over fist at the finish. He is worse off at the weights this time but with full assistance in the saddle from Hayley Turner, he could well surpass that effort.
Red Rhythm has looked green enough on his two starts to date but he can continue his progression in Kempton's digibet Casino Maiden Stakes.
The three-year-old was a late starter, not making his racecourse bow until Ffos Las in October and he was not disgraced in finishing fourth that day.
Luca Cumani switched him to the all weather last time and he once again showed a lack of maturity in going down by a length and a half to Mr Emirati. While that one has let the form down since, Red Rhythm still has plenty of scope to improve and is one to stay on the right side of.
Major Victory is a noteworthy contender in the digibet.com Handicap as he makes his British bow for Gay Kelleway.
A maiden winner in his native South Africa, he is an interesting recruit for his Newmarket handler and looks to have been pitched into a winnable heat here.
Angelic Upstart should appreciate the step up to a mile in the digibet Nursery following a recent triumph over seven furlongs at Wolverhampton.
Andrew Balding's charge will surely get further in time and looked in need of a longer trip despite winning last time.