Although her three wins have come on ground no worse than good, the Linda Perratt-trained three-year-old has shown she can be just as effective in much poorer conditions.
Freddie Tylicki's appointment in the saddle is a welcome sight, as his record on the filly is two wins and a pair of seconds from four starts.
She has yet to win in handicap company but does look on a feasible mark off 63 and her first try at this nine-furlong trip last time out on easy ground at Musselburgh was agonisingly close to being a winning one.
Headed close home, she eventually went down by a head and while there will be a greater emphasis on stamina here, that effort bodes well with Perratt's horses in good shape and she has been left alone by the handicapper.
Elusive Bonus is a different horse when the ground is riding soft and can go close in the Bud & Joe Pieroni Memorial Handicap.
His latest run at Redcar was his best for a while but close scrutiny of his record reveals that was no surprise, as he got his favoured conditions for the first time in a couple of months.
Only twice in eight runs when the word "soft" has appeared in the going description has he been out of the first four, and while he has never won off a mark as high as 66, appreciation for the conditions counts for plenty.
Mac's Power is something of an enigma but certainly has enough ability to make his presence felt in the 32Red Handicap at Kempton.
Much of his early career was spent on the Polytrack here, with three Kempton wins to his name, and he has rarely been out of smart handicap company.
Although he is on a long losing streak, if things go his way he can easily get involved and he has gone well for Kieren Fallon in the past.