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FLYIN’ SOLO didn’t shape with much promise when well beaten on debut, but left that form well behind when opening his account in a course and distance maiden on his next start. He improved further in defeat when attempting to concede plenty of weight to his rivals back here last time.
He looks the type that will progress again now entering handicaps. On what he has shown so far, and opening mark of 74 looks more than workable, and he has by far the most potential of these.
AL QAASIM was an expensive purchase at €400,000 as a yearling, but didn’t last long with William Haggas and was picked up by new connections for 22,000 guineas in August. He did show ability in two starts last season, beaten only by a useful sort at Chepstow on his final start in June.
Al Qaasim has joined a yard that are very adept with new recruits and he already has some of the strongest form in this field, so there is plenty to like about his chances.
LOVELY BREEZE built on the promise of her debut when opening her account at the second attempt in a maiden at Kempton last time, looking a potentially useful filly. She pushed another good prospect all the way when beaten a neck in second at Chelmsford last time.
The pair pulled well clear of the remainder that day, so that form is worth viewing positively. She should have much more to offer now making her handicap debut from a potentially lenient mark of 80.
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