Run Forrest Run bumped into one well ahead of their mark when second over course and distance three weeks ago, but he beat the remainder convincingly enough, and remains one to be interested in from this sort of mark. That was a career-best performance and he appreciated the return to this trip, while he also remains unexposed on polytrack, so there is plenty to like about his chances in a race that looks winnable.
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This looks a cracking renewal of this listed event, and it is Johan who looks the most likely winner. He has won three of his five starts this season, but took his form to another level on his all-weather debut when winning a competitive handicap at Chelmsford last time. Johan looked a natural on his first start on an artificial surface, travelling fluently and kicking on in the straight, keeping on well to win in ready fashion. He looks ready for this step up in grade now and looks the one to beat despite a wide draw.
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My Boy Sepoy is on a lengthy losing run, but he has fallen to an attractive mark, and judged by his latest run, is one to be interested in. He was again not seen to best effect over a mile and a half at this track last time, not settling fully off the pace and not getting the clearest run when trying to make headway two furlongs out. My Boy Sepoy seems to be building up to something and remains one to keep on side from this sort of mark.
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