No prizes for originality, I’m afraid, but Kalon Brama yet to run a bad race since switched to the Polytrack at Chelmsford in September and may be able to record her second course and distance win. Peter Charalambous’ filly has actually won three of her six starts at the Essex track, twice over a mile and once over 1 mile 2 furlongs, but has recorded career-best efforts, despite being narrowly beaten, on her last two starts over a mile and should appreciate the return to further.

The daughter of Kodiac is 4lb higher in the weights than when beaten half a length by Royal Altitude over a mile, in this grade, on her last visit to Chelmsford just over two weeks ago, but stayed on well in the closing stages – as she’d done on her previous start over a mile – so may not have finished winning yet. Regular partner Marc Monaghan takes off a useful 3lb and it’ll be disappointing if she’s not there or thereabouts, even though this represents her stiffest task to date.

Peter Charalambous has made an excellent start at Chelmsford, where he has a healthy 7- 18 (39%) strike rate overall, for an equally healthy level stakes profit of 57.50 points, so there are plenty of causes for optimism.

Selection: Chelmsford 5.40 Kalon Brama to win