An open look to this one, though a 4lb drop in the weights presents And Toto Too with a good opportunity to get back to winning ways, with Mandarin Spirit and The Gambler also having good claims. David Evans's filly was a winner over this trip on the fibresand at Wolverhampton in April off 62, and carries 5lb higher here. That means that she will have to produce a career best to land the prize. However, she will love the quicker ground here and she has remained in good form, landing 6f contests at Chepstow and Salisbury since then, and is only 1lb higher than her highest winning mark, so she is taken to produce the goods and win. Mandarin Spirit receives almost a stone from the selection and is again blinkered after the headgear did the trick at Musselburgh last time. Having also performed better at this trip rather than a mile, the gelding is still unexposed and with his trainer and jockey always commanding respect with their runners here, he can push the selection close. Of the remainder The Gambler makes most appeal. A highly consistent sort, the Paul Johnson-trained runner has never yet won over 7f, but that should not put each-way punters off, as he is capable, will get home and has a penchant for this sort of surface. With a handy 3lb drop since his last outing he can make the frame. The selection for us though, is the filly And Toto Too.