GINGER MAX has proved a different proposition since undergoing breathing and gelding operations, winning both of his starts since returning earlier this month.
He was very impressive when winning at Redcar four days ago, always up with the tempo and easily putting the race to bed when asked to assert.
There should be even more to come from him, set for a hike in the weights, and he looks well treated wisely turned out under a penalty.
LED ASTRAY is bred to be better than a mark of 59 and shaped with promise on her recent handicap debut at Lingfield.
Led Astray cost 175,000 guineas as a foal, and is a nice type physically, so there ought to be more to come.
She was well suited by the step up to this trip last time, still leaving the impression that there is more to come. It will be disappointing if she isn’t able to win races from this lowly mark.
This looks open, but QUEEN’S SARGENT makes plenty of each-way appeal. He won a handicap over 7 furlongs at this course last season, and made a promising reappearance at Newcastle this month. That run proving at least as good as ever after seven months off.
That was his first start since undergoing a breathing operation and he pulled clear of the remainder in third.
Admittedly, consistency isn’t a strong point, but he looks on a fair enough mark and will be hard to keep out of the money if in the same form.
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