All three newcomers make some appeal on paper and the betting should provide clues, especially where Zeyaadah is concerned.
SHABABIYA looks the type to take a big step forward with her debut effort behind her though and she might be the answer.
This is a marked drop-in class for ROPEY GUEST, and he is unlikely to be found a better opportunity to shed his maiden tag.
His two runs this year have seen him record RPRs of 102 and 99 and anything within 20lb of that should suffice.
Fast Spin’s win at Wolverhampton has not been franked since and newcomer Sea Mood might be the biggest threat to the selection.
The return to Chelmsford could see a revival from Blessed To Empress, while Poppy May will appreciate the return to 6 furlongs and also needs consideration.
Plenty went wrong for PULL HARDER CON at Yarmouth on Tuesday though, and he still has more potential than his rivals.
Alba Del Sole will be popular after her luckless effort at Bath a fortnight ago and she’s high on the shortlist.
This track perhaps isn’t absolutely ideal for Roundabout Magic and the unexposed SUPERIORITY (NAP) may well be the answer back from her break.
She ran a promising race on her handicap debut when last seen and a subsequent wind operation could squeeze out further progress from her.
All six runners come here with something to prove and this looks a race to tread very carefully with.
El Ghazwani will be a huge threat if able to reproduce his Lingfield form here on his stable debut, while you don’t have to go too far into Gold Town’s past to find him routing his rivals in a UAE Guineas.
GIFTS OF GOLD was quiet in Dubai earlier in the year, but he might be the answer back in trip and in slightly less competitive waters.
Motamayiz was set plenty to do at Yarmouth last time and it was another solid effort from this progressive sort.
He’s a leading contender, with Colonize perhaps capable of better back at this trip and Red Poppy and Gold Ribbon also entering calculations.
MOLINARI disappointed last time, but he’s still of interest judged on his previous efforts and is marginally preferred.
Archdeacon looks a big player after returning to form at Bath last week while several others, notably Savoy Brown and Percy Toplis, can have their case argued.
The unexposed three-year-old FLYING STANDARD hinted at better last time though and he may find the necessary improvement.
Most of these have something to prove on one count or another, but SASHENKA could be the answer dropping in grade.
She didn’t run as badly as the distance beaten suggests at Goodwood last time and she’s on a winning mark. Champs De Reves and Sandy Steve are feared most.
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