DREAMING TIME seems to have found her groove on the all-weather and she can keep up the good work by making it a hat-trick in the Bet totetrifecta At betfred.com Handicap at Chelmsford's evening meeting.

The three-year-old won one of her three starts for initial trainer Hugo Palmer but a change of scenery appears to have had the desired effect as she has now triumphed in two of her four starts for James Tate.

Admittedly it looked slow-going on her first two outings but the change back to artificial surfaces last month has seemingly worked the oracle as Dreaming Time struck gold at Lingfield at the beginning of October before adding a Wolverhampton triumph three weeks later.

She defied a 4lb hike on that second occasion when finding generously under pressure to win by a short head, with the switch back from a mile perhaps not totally in her favour.

Tate steps back up to a mile here and while she has another 2lb to contend with, Dreaming Time can put up a good show as today's nap selection under Joe Fanning.

FINAL TREAT can gain that all-important first success in the Bet toteexacta At betfred.com Fillies' Novice Stakes.

As an Acclamation half-sister to Finsceal Beo and Frozen Power, Final Treat would certainly enhance her paddock credentials if she can get her head in front on the track.

She has hit the crossbar on her first couple of starts but the experiences should not be lost on her and this looks a nice opportunity to add a victory to her tally, with Daniel Tudhope on board.

SHE'S ROYAL can make it fourth-time lucky in the 32Red Casino Novice Auction Stakes at Southwell, with Fanning keeping busy in the saddle.

Bryan Smart's runner is clearly nothing special but she has shown some ability in her three starts to date.

BLACK SAM BELLA can enjoy her moment in the spotlight in the Racing UK HD Introductory Hurdle at Ludlow.

A point-to-point winner in February, she changed hands for £35,000 later that month and made a decent start for new connections when finishing second in a Uttoxeter bumper back in April.

Trainer Dan Skelton has wasted no time in sending her over obstacles, though, with the five-year-old just failing to fend off Big Penny when beaten by a neck at Bangor last month.

There was much to like about that performance and it is interesting that she steps up in trip here under Harry Skelton.

RIDGEWAY FLYER made a great start for Paul Nicholls last time and can follow up in the opening Setsquare Recruitment Novices' Chase at Taunton.

Formerly trained by Harry Fry, Ridgeway Flyer won twice over hurdles last term before moving to the Ditcheat handler during the summer months.

He benefited from a patient ride at Plumpton, before producing his best effort to lead 50 yards out and just win by half a length.

Ridgeway Flyer will surely improve for both the outing and the experience and could develop into a decent type. Harry Cobden has today's ride.