Our top tipster - fresh from an 8-1 winner on Tuesday - has taken aim at the nine-race card at Ayr on Wednesday and has three selections.
Dick Datchery might have found himself on a faster seam of ground up the stands rail when he was successful here in July, but he has certainly showed his liking for this track and it appears he may have got lucky again by being drawn in stall 14 on Wednesday.
Being a sprinter that likes the be held up, he suffered a bit of trouble in running last time in his attempt to follow up his Ayr victory, which is an occupational hazard.
However, the form of his win in July does look strong for the grade and he should be capable or remaining competitive on his rise into a 0-80 handicap
It is certainly no negative that Danny Tudhope back on board and Dick Datchery is worth siding with at 6-1.
Jennie Candlish is adept at getting improvement from cheaply-bought horses from other yards and looks to have done a good job with this one who she purchased after one run for Ger Lyons last year.
Hachert was sent off at big odds in two maidens before coming good on his second start in a handicap over this course and distance last time out.
He beat older horses that day and takes on similar company on Wednesday, and very much looks like the improver against some exposed types here.
The handicapper only raised Inductive 3lb following his win over course and distance in July, which is good news as I think he could be marked up for that effort given he met plenty of trouble after missing the break.
He is down a grade here despite that victory, which is a plus, and this is a race which looks set to be run at a good pace, so has a lot in his favour in his bid for back-to-back victories.
Blinkers replaced cheekpieces last time and are back on again here, and hopefully they will have the same effect on Wednesday.
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