Shamshon has dropped down to a mark of 81 and with the excellent Marco Ghiani taking off an additional 7lbs on Monday.
He can at least be competitive here. They are due quite a bit of rain on Monday at the track and that will be a positive for Shamshon as it will inconvenience plenty of his opponents.
The race should be run to suit and his trainer, Stuart Williams, has been in excellent form of late.
He’s worth chancing.
Multellie showed enough last time at this course to convince me he’s running himself back into form having been rated as high as 87 last year.
He looks ready to take advantage of his mark of 74 on Monday.
His run last time behind Elysian Flame, was a much stronger race than this and the ground would have been a little bit too testing for him.
It should be ideal on Monday and he looks set to run a big race.
A 3m 2f handicap hurdle rounds off the card at Warwick on Monday and shrewd trainer Tom Symonds looks to have found an ideal opportunity for the seven-year-old to get off the mark.
He’s quite lightly raced, wears cheek-pieces for the first time and this looks a very weak contest.
While he is no world-beater, this is full of exposed types and he can take advantage of his handicap mark of 100.