Timeform take you through the card at Windsor on Monday.
17:45 - Moojaned is 9 lb lower in the weights than when scoring over C&D at the beginning of last season and any market support should be noted for his new yard. As things stand, however, it's hard to have much confidence in him given his recent performances, and so Placepot preference goes to the in-form horse HOPE IS HIGH (3), who carries a 6 lb penalty for her win at Yarmouth five days ago. A similar performance here will see her go close to landing a double.
18:15 - INDIAN WARRIOR (6) finished a close third over C&D last month, clear of a subsequent winner in fourth, and makes appeal here in a similar race. ZALSHAH (7) showed plenty of speed on his debut at Bath before fading and could be a big danger if coming on for that outing.
18:45 - David Evans has won five of the last seven renewals of this seller and has three chances this time around. TIE EM UP TEL (8) looks the pick of his trio after improving to finish third in this grade at Goodwood last time. He should go close if building on that.
19:15 - Competitive stuff between the market principals. COOL BAHAMIAN (2) had excuses when fifth over C&D last time, having raced in an unfavoured part of the track, and is worth treating as still in form. Despite a small backwards step over C&D last time, KING OF SPIN (4) has a progressive overall profile and is worth another chance to regain the progressive thread.
19:45 - MANTON GRANGE (2) is getting a proper run at his racing now, having had fragmented seasons at two/three, and improved to win over seven furlongs here last time. The step back up in trip will not be an issue, and he should be able to double up.
20:15 - PERCY B SHELLEY (7) caught the eye on debut at Wolverhampton in December (caught further back than ideal and finished with running left) and with that race working out fairly well since, he is expected to go close on his return to action.
20:45 - Prosecution has been well punted already today and it is easy to see why given his eye-catching effort on handicap debut at Leicester last time. The booking of Richard Kingscote means that he may well be ridden more prominently here (as he was in maidens) and should take all the beating.
Win back Prosecution in the 20:45 at Windsor
17:45 - 3
18:15 - 6, 7
18:45 - 8
19:15 - 2, 4
19:45 - 2
20:15 - 7