Willie Muir’s MITROSONFIRE has shown comfortably the most with his two all-weather runs.
Rania also showed some ability and has had just the one attempt, while newcomers Fast Emma and Toptime need a check for signs of any confidence behind them.
Stream just about has the best form, but MUTAHAMISA is fancied to improve on her solid Kempton effort when backed into favouritism. Mashmoom could well be capable of better than she showed first time out.
Avenue Of Stars should win at these weights if in the same form as at Kempton but he does have his moments, as he reminded us when refusing to go a yard the time before.
He’s taken on with PASTFACT, who ran well at Windsor and he’s always been a better horse on these stiffer tracks.
Over an inadequate distance DROMQUINNA shaped with a deal of encouragement at Lingfield and she looks another promising horse from a family Alan King has done so well with.
Doonbeg Farmer is easily next best on form, though all four newcomers are of interest and need checking in the market.
Fieldsman is unlikely to get a repeat of the soft lead handed to him at Lingfield last week and this is tougher anyway with his penalties.
Incentive might well reverse their recent course placings but whether he’ll cope with SIR PLATO is another matter, as the selection looks back in good order and very well handicapped (up 9lb in future).
There’s every chance that QUEEN OF SILCA will complete her hat-trick. She has far the least to prove of these and she’s probably still on a very handy mark, even without taking into account her rider’s claim.
Ruby Power is second choice, with Kashmirella and Kingmans Spirit, handicap newcomers, worth checking in the market.
This looks competitive but LE MUSEE (NAP) is working up quite a head of steam on the Flat and is taken to score for the fourth time this year, following on from his strong finish over C&D 18 days ago.
Red Royalist is the most likely to follow him home.
There was enough authority in GOLDEN WOLF‘s Newmarket display to believe he can defy a 4lb rise, which seems more than generous.
Singing The Blues had a rare off day at Sandown last time and, if back on song in this easier grade, he may prove most troublesome.
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