While he clearly acted well with cut in the ground last time out, being by Footstepsinthesand, the hope is he will appreciate a predicted quicker surface on Saturday.
“He’s in good form, and will do one more bit of work before he goes there, but he’s in good shape,” said Tregoning.
“Obviously the ground may well be on the quick side. But all the experience I’ve had with Footstepsinthesands, I’ve had one or two nice ones by him like Boom And Bust, they generally seem to go on that sort of ground – so we will run.
“He’s in good form at the moment, and we’ll see how he gets on.”
Mark Johnston's Fuwayrit has a progressive profile and has won his last two, suggesting he warrants a step up in class, while Roger Varian’s Pierre Lapin created a good impression when winning his only start back in May.