The finale is the most competitive event on the card, Libre and Lucky Largo are in great heart at present, but we will side with Wood Dalling. Ian Semple has his string in fine form and although this six-year-old has regressed over the last twelve months he should still have enough ability to win a race off this lowly mark. He has faired quite well in two outings this term without troubling the judge and should now be at peak fitness. Libre is not the most reliable of characters but does come here on the back of a recent victory at Beverley and will be difficult to keep out of the frame. Lucky Largo could be best of the rest having put up a game performance to finish runner up to Sting Like A Bee at Ayr last time. Another worthy of a quick mention is Chisel, who hails from a top yard and is making his handicap debut, however Wood Dalling looks to have a fighting chance at the weights and gets our vote.