It looks positive for racing at Musselburgh tomorrow and if it survives the 8am inspection then we will have a couple of full lorries rolling down there, including some young horses who need the good ground.
Kelpies Myth showed a good level of form when third round here last time and while he faces a talented opponent in the Cheltenham Festival bumper winner Silver Concorde, he should be competitive and is quoted at a good each way price.
Maraweh is gently coming back to form and his run last time was full of promise. He has been in good form at home and as he loves it round Musselburgh.
Where's Tiger makes his chase debut over a trip that could test his stamina after 585 days off. However, he schooled well a few weeks ago and will gain valuable experience tomorrow.
We have two in the two mile three furlong novice hurdle; Vino's Choice will run a big race if he settles early on, while The Road Home should enjoy the better ground more than the heavy that he ran on last time at Wetherby.
Thorpe is another who has form on good ground and he faces a tight handicap for a good prize.
Shanroe Street makes his seasonal comeback; he has been working away at home and looks like he will be best over long distances in time.
Finally, we have two in the handicap hurdle; Hey Listen is looking to make amends after not taking to fences last time, while Boys On Tour has his first run in a handicap and drops back to two miles.