Monday's racing at Windsor presents an opportunity - while large field races often mean longer odds winners, with smaller fields such as those running here you stand a greater chance of picking a winner no matter what their odds are!
We've looked through and picked out a few who catch our eye, and the first of those is Mr Pocket, currently favourite in the second race setting off at 18:25. He made his debut here earlier in the month, and stayed on nicely to second over 5f. If he can bring that same form on to this 6f challenge then he's going to be well placed among a field where no other horse has quite looked to have the same edge.
The best place to back him is at BetFred, where he's currently at Evens but slowly getting shorter.
In the 19:00 you'll find the nearest thing to a cert you're likely to get at Windsor on Monday. It doesn't look like a hugely competitive race, and for all that Inclination has received a 6lb rise in the weights after she made it three from three at Salisbury last time out, she's still looking well in for this one. The jump to 6f didn't faze her, and she has been a consistent improver. We fancy her to make it four from four, and the best place to pick her up is at SkyBet, at a market best 6/4.
Finally, the following race at 19:30 has the smallest field of the day. While the bookies seem to be leaning towards Chester Street and Feed The Goater as favourites, tucked in just below them is September Stars.
His form looks decent, and he has run well in three of four maidens. He looks decently handicapped and it's possible that this drop back to a mile will suit him. He shows signs of being an improver, and we think he's worth a punt here. The best place to back him is at PaddyPower, who are offering a very reasonable 5/2.