“The most activity is in the big competitions when we are able to lay plenty of dogs to connections, but on an individual night, Romford is easily our best turnover meeting of the week.”

Bresbet’s Sam Tweed admits that in betting terms each of the Romford opens is an event with the company consistently betting to 110% or shorter.

He said: “Most of the firms bet to 130% or more but we form an opinion early in the day and then do our best to form a market as the day wears on. By the time the dogs are in the traps, we will be 110%, or even as low as 104-105%.

“We’ve come unstuck a few times. We took Bombardier on at least twice and got turned over, Kishlawn Shakira did us some damage too but we’ve had our good nights too. There are a lot of regular punters for Romford and with ten opens its all to play for.”

So who are you looking to see chinned tonight?

Sam said: “Early Night has been well backed, though there is a non-runner so we are betting to SP. There has also been decent money for Zoomey Saoise (4.43), particularly in multiples.

“But we’ve put up a couple of the well fancied runners in an odds boost: Doghouse Dazzler (8.38) and Antigua Socks (8.54) who were priced up at 3-1 are now 7-2.”

Looking further ahead, Bresbet hope to have first prices on display for Saturday’s Gold Collar/Cesarewitch card at Crayford.

Sam said: “It is a fabulous card and we are expecting plenty of business. Early prices should be up by 9am.”