HIGHFALUTING ran very well at Windsor last time out and on that form must have a good chance tomorrow. That was his first run in a handicap and he finished strongly and was only narrowly beaten finishing third. He gave the impression from that run he needs further but Luke Morris, who rode him there and rides him again tomorrow, said he was still green that day and the penny only really dropped in the closing stages. He thinks he is capable of winning over this trip and the ground should suit him better tomorrow. It was plenty quick enough for him at Windsor and the recent rain will have eased the ground at Nottingham. The race has been divided so there are only 9 runners and he is drawn 8. He has been in good form since Windsor so we are hopeful of a good run tomorrow.