Alan Spence’s son of Cape Cross has won his last two starts on the all-weather and will be targeted at the Mile Championship on All-weather finals day.

Roger said: “We thought long and hard about whether to leave Mindurownbusiness in the Lincoln but have decided against it.

“It was obviously an attractive option due to him being ‘well-in’ but we have decided to stick to the conditions we know he excels at.

“He is an improver on the all-weather, winning over course and distance and at Wolverhampton. It is a valuable prize with a limited field and although we have a few pounds to find on official ratings, he is on the up and goes there with a good chance.”

The Cheveley Park Stud-owned Certificate has been confirmed for the Lincoln although with a mark of 89, he is likely to run in the consolation race the Spring Mile.