WESTER ROSS reverts to the flat at Kempton tomorrow and will have the assistance of Joe Fanning who should suit the horse. He got on well with him over the same distance and course when he came back from his summer break, finishing second that day. Hopef ully he can go one better tomorrow. He will be wearing a visor for the first time having tried cheekpieces on his last run over hurdles. Hopefully these will galvanise him to keep going as he does not have a turn of foot but keeps galloping. He is an ideal ride for Joe Fanning who suits this type of horse. WESTER ROSS seems very well in himself at home so James is hopeful of a good run from him.