Eyecatchers (8 April)

Clondaw Kaempfer (10-1), Sakash (2-1) and Flyball (2-1) wdere previous Eyecatchers to score last week and form expert Alan Thomson has six taking performances from the past seven days to add to your ATR Tracker.

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WELCOME to our Eyecatchers column. Every week Alan Thomson pinpoints horses primed to strike in the next few weeks, if not days. Remember, you can add Alan's weekly updates to your ATR Tracker.

(Kempton, 1st April)
James Doyle gave this late-maturing colt a sensible introduction. Settled from his wide draw, Abseil stayed on strongly into third behind two useful sorts in Bustopher and Heisman. Sir Michael Stoute will no doubt place the four-year-old wisely.
(Kempton, 1st April)
Another slow-burner from the Stoute yard. There was nothing flash about the four-year-old's victory over a modest (yet improving) type in Neston Grace but the powerfully-built grey can improve again when stepped up beyond this 1m 4f trip. Economy shouldn't be clobbered by the handicapper, either.
(Windsor, 7th April)
Stomp is a half-brother to Lady Rothschild's Group-winning filly Mince, and the now gelded son of Nayef moved stylishly throughout this six-furlong handicap before pulling readily clear. This mark of 73 underrates his potential and Roger Charlton will have something slightly bigger lined up this summer.
(Windsor, 7th April)
No match for highly impressive Cannock Chase in this informative 10f maiden, but Charlie Hills' 20-1 chance travelled with menace just off the pace before sticking on into second spot. Possesses the size and scope to develop into a winning handicapper.
(Windsor, 7th April)
Fifth behind Cannock Chase in the same maiden contested by Late Night Mark and clearly outran his dismissive 50-1 SP. Fastnet Red's sire is producing some smart stock and John Gosden has something to work with judged on this display.
(Redcar, 7th April)
Seems to have turned the corner in recent weeks, backing up his five-length Wolverhampton romp in mid-March with a game victory in this one-mile handicap. Garry Moss may want to strike while the iron's hot and has options on both surfaces.

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