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A few of these warrant consideration, but CAP D’ANTIBES has made a very good start to his time with Michael Wigham and gets the nod. Zafaranah returned to form when placed over 7 furlongs here in new headgear on his recent stable debut and, with today’s longer trip in his favour, is feared most.
Internationalangel also posted a good effort on his first start for a new yard and is next on the list ahead of Dark Crocodile, who didn’t have much luck when returning from a long absence last month.
Today’s return to 7 furlongs on Tapeta will be fine for PEACHEY CARNEHAN, who was placed in a big-field 6 furlongs handicap on soft turf on Saturday and now drops to this lowly grade for the first time in his career.
He might be too strong for Tavrina, who won one of these races on Polytrack in March and has been placed twice since. Cappadocia, Miracle Garden and Musee D’Orsay also have possibilities.
Having gone on over two furlongs out, ALGHEED was pipped in the final strides in a course and distance novice event last time and the Stoute-trained winner followed up in a handicap. The chief danger to Algheed this time, among those who have run, appears to be the Lingfield third Sense Of Humour. Three newcomers need a close look, with the Gosdens represented by Shaikhena
There was plenty of promise in the Newmarket debut run of RIKNNAH and she can get off the mark at the second attempt. Another Dawn is open to improvement this year and may prove the main threat.
This contains plenty of interest despite the small field. Pax Britannica could find more improvement, but the easy Ayr winner RED FORCE ONE may still prove the best handicapped. They top the list, but True Destiny and Sexy Beast should not be at all far away either.
A wide-open event in which most of the field have something to recommend them. Tathmeen and Phoenix Star have strong claims, while Bezzas Lad shouldn’t be underestimated despite the rise in grade. BATCHELOR BOY could yet come good for his new stable though, and he gets the tentative vote.
Manumission should give it a good go back on all-weather and in a first-time visor, while Some Nightmare still has potential at this trip. ACES needs it all to fall right, but he should get a good pace to aim at and last month’s course and distance second suggested he’d be popping up again soon.
Topweight MOSTAQQER (NAP) may well have more to offer in the retained cheekpieces, while Born To Sire ties in closely with that rival on course and distance form two starts ago. They are the top two on the shortlist, with Act Of Magic third choice. Market support for handicap debutante Ile De Brehat should be noted.
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