There is jump racing at Fontwell coming up on Sunday and the Racing Post's Gary Savage likes the look of three on the six-race card.
The most competitive race on the card opens proceedings with nine runners going to post in the conditionals' mares handicap hurdle (2.00).
Despite the best (worst) efforts of the clerks and their seemingly random watering policies, I think it's safe to assume good to firm ground after days of sweltering heat so fast ground form is going to be key.
There are few with realistic chances in this modest contest and the one who catches the eye the most is Eaton Lady, who will benefit from Isabelle Ryder's valuable 10lb claim.
Conditional jockeys can improve rapidly once they get a few rides behind them and Ryder, who has had two winners from 13 rides so far (9 of them this season), has certainly struck up a good partnership with this mare.
The pair have registered a win and two second places since April, and they were unlucky not to have got up last time at Worcester in July.
Although another Class 5, like her last three runs, not only is this a mares only race but it's arguably a step down in level with no horse here rated above 91, and with Ryder having ridden a winner here on her most recent ride, she looks a very solid option.
Organdi is another horse who seems unlikely to be suited by this tight chase course in the 3m2f handicap chase at 3.30, despite this race being a fair bit easier than the tests she's had recently.
Fairlawn Flyer was already struggling before his saddle slipped at Southwell on Thursday and Moratorium will find this tougher than the hunter chases and points he's been contesting for the last few years.
This is best left to Cheltenam De Vaige under another improving jockey in Tom Broughton, who has ridden nine of his 14 winners this season, including five chases from 11 rides.
His mount is an almost-as-impressive 5-14 over fences and comes into this in good form.
He is proven over the trip and on good to firm ground and although he won't be much of a price, he should win this easily.
Despite there being reasons to doubt the form of his 47l romp on good to firm ground here, Toad Of Toad Hall still makes a fair bit of appeal for a stable that does well at Fontwell in the handicap chase at 4.10.
Alex Dunn has had six winners from 26 runners here in the past five years, which compares favourably with the other stables represented, a stat that was enhanced by the selection's easy win two outings ago.
Although he was favoured by a pace collapse that day, that was the 7yo's second win from four starts here (second once by a neck), both under today's jockey Philip Armson, and that course form could count for a lot with doubts over the entire field.
The presence of horses from Neil Mulholland and Emma Lavelle will hopefully help the price of the selection but both those horses, No Worries and Zoran, have to put tame efforts last time behind them and neither is proven on this quirky chase course.