The market is likely to be all important here with a field of essentially newcomers. Dermot Weld is getting into gear and his representative ALIYZA is out quite early for an Aga Khan homebred.
Out of winning juvenile, the daughter of Siyouni is a token selection ahead of the likes of Luminesce, Mahaaseel and You Owe Me Money.
A disappointing turnout and quite likely another winner for the Ger Lyons-Juddmonte combination with the Kingman colt COLOUR SERGEANT, although the trip could be plenty sharp enough. Bramble Sand is out of a speedy mare and he looks the obvious danger.
An open handicap and perhaps worth taking a chance on the first-time visored EARLS, who should appreciate this drop back in trip and is well drawn. It’s All A Joke disappointed at Navan last week but with a clearer run could well get a lot closer over this slightly longer trip.
Red Cymbal is another to consider off a lower mark than he has been competing off on the polytrack, along with Noirvento.
An interesting handicap, recent form bringing in Mulzamm, Lady Savannah, Above Us Only Sky and Descendant, all of whom may find LA NOVIA a surprise packet if she can be nursed back to form at her in-form Northern yard.
An intriguing low-grade affair. Dance Alone will need market monitoring, Billyfairplay of interest too while BURNING LAKE looks ready to strike for John Levins sooner or later.
A cracking conundrum, with the half-a-million yearling Mutadarrib and also NOSTRA CASA sure to attract attention, the regally bred selection is taken to prove his mark all wrong now that he has been given time to mature. Note the market regarding Midnight Wilde.
A staying-on fifth at Leopardstown last week, TARAMANSOUR (nap) looked to be crying out for this longer trip, and is preferred over Memorabilis, with Verdon Gorge a likely improver.
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