SATCHVILLE FLYER (Ffos Las, 3.15) clearly loves the west Wales air and the versatile handicapper can enhance his superb course record with victory in the hands of Katherine Glenister today. Incredibly, the selection is unbeaten in three starts at this afternoon's venue which is some achievement given he really struggles to win at tracks like Wolverhampton where he was again beaten last time. In fairness, the six-year-old acquitted himself very well at Dunstall Park last time as he has barely made the frame at the Midlands track in a number of outings so perhaps his creditable third place indicated he is in good heart and ready to make a bold bid in today's Class four handicap over the minimum trip.
BRUNY ISLAND (Wolverhampton, 8.40) is becoming one of the more frustrating horses in training given a sequence of defeats at short prices, but he was genuinely unfortunate not to record an overdue victory last time and should gain compensation today. Stall one might make life a little tricky for Josie Gordon, especially over seven furlongs with a short run to the first bend, but the selection could well respond to a change of hands and his recent performances have suggested a mark of 59 is an insult to his ability.
STEPPER POINT (Windsor, 7.20) failed to fire over a stiff six furlongs in a warm handicap at Ascot on Saturday but this evening's race offers more of a suitable speed test and he could easily bounce back at a track where he has record rapid speed figures in the past. Trying to dominate a sizeable collection of handicappers over a track like Ascot was never likely to see the selection to best effect and he should enjoy trying to dominate this smaller field.