Heezararity disappointed last time out but remains unexposed and is definitely worth another chance at the 10/1 on offer to belatedly open his account in the finale at Leicester (5.00).
In my opinion Stuart Kittow's charge was ridden positively enough when well backed and finishing a never nearer 7th of 13 to Dr Wintringham at Warwick, and I am convinced that he is well handicapped enough to land this with a more attacking ride.
Prior to his run at Warwick he had run a cracker to finish third in a 7f contest at Newbury where he raced up with the pace before getting collared late on in a race won by Ellie In The Pink.
That was his first run for 75 days, and I believe the handicapper took a chance in raising him just 2lb to today's mark of 68 as he had shown shown distinct promise in several runs beforehand without being knocked about.
The gelding caught the eye on his debut in a Newbury maiden when staying on from well off the pace under a tender ride to finish a never nearer 7th of 15 to Mantoba.
He then ran a similar race when returned to the Berkshire track when 7th of 17 to Quadrant in a contest that has thrown up plenty of subsequent winners.
The son of Librettist then went into my notebook as one to keep an eye on went sent handicapping when again putting in good late work to finish 6th of 18 to Emilio Largo in a 7f maiden at Salisbury.
I am convinced he will win before the season's out and at the 10/1 on offer he is definitely worth an interest.
Recommended bet: 2pts each-way Heezararity (10/1 Betfred - BOG, totesport)