Analyzeyourvision has recorded decent speed figures in relation to the rest of this field on his last couple of outings and may have a bit more progression to come on just his fifth start. Old Fort may be next best, while Saison is worth a second glance at what should be a big price.
- Paddy’s Rewards Club – Double Rewards! Qualify in May and bank the same for June
- Punter turns £15 into £9,437 with Saturday Lucky 15
- Paul Ince: Solskjaer needs to get rid of Paul Pogba to take Man United forward
Hopeful Growth returned from a 294-day layoff to finish a fine second at Gulfstream last time and can go one better in a race that doesn’t look as deep. Good Credence should strip fitter for her comeback and can provide the main threat, while Bridge Dance is another to factor into the equation.
This race looks a touch weaker than the one in which What a Hoot finished third last time, and that form was franked when the runner-up scored next time. An outside post shouldn’t be too much of an inconvenience given there should be a lively pace on, and he can come home ahead of Cpl Dionico.
Keena has run well to be placed on both starts at the current Will Rogers meet and looks the one to be with in this allowance contest. Tickle Bunny looks the most likely of the opposition to challenge the selection, while Polly Tiz is also considered.
Ari Gia hasn’t run since winning a minor stakes contest at Canterbury Park in September but appears to be working well for this return to the track. Ima Discreet Lady is in decent nick at present and is likely to be on the premises as well, while Drip Brew also demands a closer look.
Wrath made all to win a stronger race than this at Oaklawn on his most recent start and will take plenty of stopping in his follow-up bid. Aloo Ghost has been in fine form of late and looks the one for the forecast, while Fallstar may the one to follow the top two home.
*Prices correct at time of publishing but are subject to change