Timeform pick out their three best bets from Catterick on Tuesday...
"Well treated on his hurdles form, the five-year-old is taken to go one better this time..."
Timeform on Final Choice
AL MORTAJAZ sets the standard on his latest Wolverhampton second and will likely take a bit of stopping with a repeat, although it wouldn't be a surprise to see Mark Johnston's Sky Cross prove a different proposition on his second outing, given that he was prominent in the betting on his Sandown debut. Constant and Commander Solo are others who should improve with a run behind them.
GLYDER is 8 lb lower than when successful over C&D last season and showed enough when travelling powerfully for a long way over six furlongs here last time to suggest that he's in form. Compton River was back in the groove out of the blue when a close second at Beverley last month and should go well again at a venue where he's enjoyed success, while Imperial Legend is enjoying a solid campaign and can figure again.
FINAL CHOICE put in good late work when hitting the crossbar at Chelmsford a fortnight ago, his first run in this sphere for over two years. Well treated on his hurdles form, the five-year-old is taken to go one better this time, perhaps at the chief expense of Druid's Diamond, who shapes as though this step up in trip will be right up his street. The Knot Is Tied is also worthy of consideration.