Play up those Premier League accas - those that didn't include Man Utd! - with a crack at the Flying Four at Henlow live on RPGTV tonight (Sky Channel 468) and, as ever, our open-race expert The Lord is across it all...
"Killala Madam (20:46) has won two of her four starts and remains a nice sort for trainer Martin Foody, and could come forward again. Slower breakers inside and out certainly help the two-year-old to pace up and turn in a decent enough pitch from which to challenge."
The first leg is over 277m and Shlowdown Sally wins if trapping out and repeating her last performance here. However, will she break as well from the stripes tonight? It's a quandary for punters, which suggests that Goulane Castle (20:00) might prove the value alternative.
Carol Grasso's dog is a potential improver after just three runs in the UK and, while this is a step up in class, a 16.96sec last week when winning a maiden shows enough speed - and might the switch to the inside help him match strides with the fast-starting Ballymac Misty.
The Grasso camp could also be in the money in the 460m maiden next up. She sends out another potential improver in Winetavern Vic (20:15) here, who will look to make the most of a first chance from the red jacket. It could be worth a length or two to this strong runner.
Favourite here is Forest Melanie, and there's no question the Mark Walis-trained bitch has speed to burn, but she has not been the easiest to win with at Towcester, and might be worth taking on despite what looks a decent enough draw on the outside.
Killala Madam (20:46) has won two of her four starts and remains a nice sort for trainer Martin Foody, and could come forward again. Slower breakers inside and out certainly help the two-year-old to pace up and turn in a decent enough pitch from which to challenge.
She went close over 550m last week so certainly stays this trip well, and a 27.47sec previous trial over this four bends really does catch the eye. She just might have too much pace at the start, and the finish, for these rivals.
Team Wallis are still trying to set open-race records in 2017 and will be looking to Garryglass Teddy to strike gold in the lucky last. He was beaten when last here but did strike over tonight's C&D in June in an impressive 33.06sec which would likely be good enough here.
However, surely Blackstone Rock (21:15) leads up inside and that puts the white jacket under pressure into the turn and onwards and the Jason Bloomfield-trained runner could stretch these out. He might not be for catching.