Timeform take you through the card at Stratford on Sunday...
"...he looks capable of landing the 5-timer back at a track he has goes very well at."
Timeform on Bit of a Quirke
18:00 - Most of these are stepping up in trip and as such, the one who makes the most appeal is GENERAL ZOFF (2), who bounced back after a poor reappearance when third at Salisbury and looks a big player off a 2 lb lower with that form working out well. Dubai Frame is a likely improver at this distance and is feared most.
18:30 - QUEEN JO JO (10) shaped well behind the more experienced winner over C&D 17 days ago, getting the hang of things towards the latter stages of the race, and she is taken to go one better with improvement forthcoming. Royal Destiny and Out of Angels are newcomers to note.
19:00 - MUSHARRIF (6) goes well at this track and looks ready to strike off his current mark having been left with too much to do when third behind Desert Ace and Bosham over this C&D 16 days ago, always playing an unfair game of catch-up against the first two. Improving 3-y-o Scoundrel is next best.
19:30 - BIT OF A QUIRKE (1) is on a roll at the moment, making it 4 wins on the spin at Chester 9 days ago, keeping on gamely that day, and he looks capable of landing the 5-timer back at a track he has goes very well at. Other last-time-out winner Geetanjali is feared most.
20:00 - EQUITANT (7) landed a bit of a gamble at his first attempt at this trip at Carlisle last time, the longer trip a catalyst for his improvement, and he looks capable of following up off 6 lb higher. Proud Archi won for the third time over this C&D 17 days ago and should go well again.
20:30 - JUSTICE PLEASING (8) did well to hold on for a place having set a fierce pace at Ayr 2 weeks ago and should go well again now dropped 1 lb in the weights. Vigee Le Brun is back down in trip and may emerge as the biggest threat from stall 1, with Kylie Style another to consider.
21:00 - BOLLIN JOAN (12) makes the most appeal after her excellent front-running second over this C&D on Tuesday. Sir Lancelott and John Caesar can also make their presence felt.