Tizaprincessa was a good winner over this course and distance three starts back and has shaped well on both starts since. This doesn’t look the strongest race and she should get a good pace to aim at courtesy of Classy of Course. Port Salerno is another to consider.
Cocktail Skirt was in good form on the turf last summer and left the impression that she would come on for the run over slightly shorter at this track last time. The slightly longer trip will also be in her favour and she is expected to prove too strong for Lady Love and Speeding Starlet.
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Jais’s Solitude was scratched last month due to the vet’s advice, but he had shaped well on his previous start at the beginning of the year, and looks the one to beat in this line-up on the pick of his form. Coltrane was beaten only a neck last time and clearly arrives in top form.
Kiffle was in good form on dirt towards the end of last year and is best excused her recent effort on turf. She will likely strip fitter for that run now, and can take advantage of a return to dirt in what doesn’t look the strongest contest. Nothins Free is the likely danger.
Kashan is steadily improving with each run, again finishing third last month, not having the best trip having to go three wide. There should be more to come from Kashan now and she is taken to open her account here. Goodbye Gabby is another potential improver.
Subsidiary made an encouraging return to action following a short break when second last time and, with the possibility of an easy lead, she looks the one to side with here with that run under her belt. Sky Chaser may be best placed to pick up the pieces.
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