Fizzy Feet is taken to get back to winning ways in the Play 4 To Score At Betway Handicap at Lingfield.
It is quite easy to forgive her run last time out, and prior to that she looked a sprinter on the up.
She has been busy since October - this will be her ninth run - but Chelmsford earlier this month was the first time she has not been in the mix, and even then she was only beaten just over five lengths despite being last of eight.
Ideally she likes to make all, and she had been headed, but she was badly hampered two furlongs out, costing her any chance and she also lost a shoe.
This small field will be easier to dominate, and she deserves another chance to prove she is up to winning off a mark of 89.
Copper Point is an interesting newcomer for John Gosden in the Betway Maiden Stakes.
The Fastnet Rock colt was unraced at two but cost 375,000 guineas, partly because he is a half-brother to Eminent.
He is starting life over 10 furlongs, and it will be interesting to see how he gets on.
Healing Power looks to have a penalty kick in the Ladbrokes Where The Nation Plays Novice Stakes.
Ivan Furtado's youngster won on his debut at 25-1, which must have come as a shock to Roger Varian who let him go before even running him.
A beaten favourite last time out, Healing Power faces just three rivals, none of whom have shown any worthwhile form - and this looks a good bit of placing.
Top Power is far from one of Andrew Balding's leading lights, but he has been found his best opportunity yet to open his account in the Betway Novice Stakes at Newcastle.
While he has not won in seven outings, he has shown enough ability to suggest winning a race such as this should be a formality.
He has a rating of 79, and the drop in trip looks beneficial. Perhaps crucially, this is his first run since he has been gelded.
Lexington Force was a very impressive winner on debut and is taken to follow up in the Bombardier British Hopped Amber Beer Novice Stakes.