Winnetka can repay trainer Tony Carroll’s faith by opening his account in the 32Red Casino Handicap at Kempton.

The three-year-old was picked up for a mere £4,500 at Tattersalls November Sales out of Richard Hannon’s and it appears money well spent judged on her first run for the Worcestershire handler.

It looked as though the Camacho gelding might strike first time for new connections when hitting the front over a furlong out, but he was collared close home and had to settle for third place, just half a length behind the winner, Barking Mad.

That race was over seven furlongs on this course so the drop down to six can see Winnetka strike.

It also was his first start for 173 days, having previously raced four times for the Hannon team.

Get Boosting can come out on top in a trappy affair for the 32Red Conditions Stakes.

The three-year-old makes the long journey from Keith Dalgleish’s stable in Lanarkshire - but the reward is booking a place through what is a fast-track qualifier for the All-Weather Championships.

Get Boosting has been knocking at the door in his last two starts at Wolverhampton, notably when second to Maystar. That form looks more than good enough to land these spoils.

City Tour looked to have turned a corner when getting back on the winning road at Kempton when last seen and can follow up in the 32Red/EBF Handicap.

Wearing blinkers for the first time, the Lydia Richards-trained gelding stayed on strongly to nail My Boy Sepoy by three-quarters of a length. That was reward for several decent efforts and the handicapper was not too harsh in putting him up 3lb.

Lethal Talent returns to the scene of her best performance to date in the Ladbrokes Where The Nation Plays Handicap at Wolverhampton.

Jonathan Portman’s filly bolted up over seven furlongs there in October - a performance the handicapper did not take kindly to, raising her 11lb. A fair effort in defeat at Kempton saw the assessor drop her 1lb and running back at Dunstall Park can see her regain winning ways.

Matewan can end a dose of seconditis by getting his head in front in the Betway Handicap.

Since winning at Ripon in August, Ian Williams’ charge has gone close once on this track, when he was pipped on the line, as well as twice at Lingfield.

The five-year-old has every chance in the same grade.

Dunly put behind him an average display on his fencing debut to score in good style at Ayr and he can double up in the Equine Products UK Handicap Chase at Newcastle.

James Ewart’s seven-year-old soon put his rivals to the sword after taking up the lead fully five fences from home and held on by four lengths, despite Lastin’ Memories reducing the gap in the closing stages.

n GOSHEN continued his relentless march towards the Triumph Hurdle when extending his unbeaten record with facile front-running success in the Ascot IJF Ambassador Programme Juvenile Hurdle.

The Gary Moore-trained four-year-old left his rivals toiling as he added to victories at Fontwell and Sandown, defying a double penalty to defeat Nordano by 11 lengths, having settled much better in front.

Moore said of the 1-5 favourite: “We haven’t learnt a great deal. Coming here I left a fair bit to work on and Jamie [Moore] said he had a fair bit of a blow turning in.

“He was as cool as a cucumber before the race - before he has been edgy. As soon as horses come to him he just goes though, but what can you do about that? He doesn’t ever overly show that ability at home. He is best juvenile I’ve had by a mile.”

Moore has not ruled out running Goshen again before Cheltenham and the Triumph, for which he was left unchanged at 7-1 by Betfair.