Fine View is looking just perfect for Leicester

Anita Chambers

FINE VIEW has shown glimpses of ability in four maiden starts to date but a switch to handicap company can see her finally get her head in front at Leicester.

Saeed bin Suroor has given the three-year-old ample chance to make her mark at maiden level and while she has run into a nice type or two, she seemingly falls short in that company.

Her initial run when beaten two lengths by Crystal Zvezda reads well enough but Fine View could finish only fourth at Chelmsford back in May while two subsequent outings have seen her finish second.

The handicapper has pitched her in off a mark of 75 in the EBF Stallions Breeding Winners Fillies' Handicap and that appears perfectly workable for this daughter of Arch.

GLENEELY GIRL is another who has hit the bar twice of late but her turn can come in the Loughborough Handicap. She was beaten by Edge Of Heaven on her penultimate run and given that one is now unbeaten in three outings this season, the form has a pleasingly look about it.

SOUVILLE is something of a rarity as a daughter of Dalakhani who seemingly excels over sprint trips, but she can further augment her racing record in the £20 Free Bet Classified Stakes at Doncaster.

Chris Wall's runner has scored three times over six furlongs now with her most recent triumph coming at Windsor last month when she finished with a flourish to go from last to first in the dying strides. She is burdened with an extra 6lb here but that may prove no bar to success.

HONORINA hails from an excellent family and she can make a perfect start to her racing career in the Kinder Appeal EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes.

A daughter of Sea The Stars, she counts the likes of Treasure Beach and Indian Creek among her near relatives and must surely have a little innate speed.

MARMOT should thrive for a return to 10 furlongs in the Ashtead Handicap at Epsom.

Roger Charlton opted to up him in distance to a mile and a half at Salisbury last time and while he did not enjoy the best of passages, he also did not really see out the trip with any conviction. Previously a mile-and-a-quarter winner at Brighton, he should prove much more effective here.

SWISS CROSS usually puts his best foot forward at Epsom and can do so once again in the Arthur Budgett Memorial Handicap.

He bumped into an unexposed rival on his most recent visit to the track but you can be assured of a good run from this admirable eight-year-old.

EDGE is the pick in the Independent Bookmaker Reviews From Handicap at Chepstow, while Irish raider KING OF THE PICTS is taken to go well in the totepool Racing's Biggest Supporter Handicap at Hamilton.