Timeform pick out three bets from Market Rasen on Sunday.
"He appears to have plenty in his favour under Harry Skelton..."
Isle of Ewe hasn't been seen since making an impressive winning hurdling debut at Southwell in August 2016, but she could take advantage of a potentially lenient opening mark if ready to roll. Dahills Hill has been hit with a significant rise in the weights, but there could be more to come from her on just her fourth start for this yard, while Grand Turina shouldn't be discounted, either.
Solomon Grey has made a really promising start to his hurdles career and his opening mark could be a lenient one; he appears to have plenty in his favour under Harry Skelton, who has a 25% strike rate when riding at Market Rasen in recent season. Treshnish should continue to give a good account, while Oxford Blu and Nayati receive handy four-year-old allowances, so need considering, too.
Global Domination did well to finish as close as he did when runner-up at Huntingdon (all but came down at the second) and looks capable of winning off this mark on that evidence, 2 lb clear of the field on Timeform ratings in this finale, after all. The biggest threat may emerge from Dawnieriver, who is dropping back down in class for the Michael Scudamore yard.