A few of these have already shown ability and the pick of them looks to be Caribou who only found one too good on his Bath debut three weeks ago, but he is drawn widest and there are a couple of interesting newcomers up against him.
Dusky Lord is one of them and is well worth monitoring in the market, but LEXINGTON LIBERTY makes plenty of appeal on breeding.
She has the inside draw and is taken to make a winning debut under Ryan Moore.
Some fascinating newcomers line up here with Marrakech Moon and State Secretary perhaps the pick.
But, SECRET PROTECTOR sets a good standard on his close third over course and distance earlier in the month and the form has already been franked by a couple of those in behind.
This is similar to the first division with a couple of interesting newcomers up against one with form already on the board.
Underwater Attack showed enough when second on his Leicester debut to suggest that he would win races.
However, he is drawn wider than ideal so may be worth taking on with SIR EDWARD ELGAR. A half-brother to a couple of horses with three-figure RPRs, his sire is 21% here in the past five years and John Gosden’s colt is taken to make a winning debut.
Not many can be seriously fancied here. Aroha has the best form, but she has become extremely frustrating and it’s difficult to put money on her making it 12th-time lucky.
PERFECT INCH looks the safer option having come so close in a good handicap at Ascot last time and she ran really well in her one previous start on Polytrack.
Aim For The Stars is worth considering too, especially if the money comes for her again.
As he avoids a penalty for his convincing win over 1m 2f at Lingfield nine days ago, Pioneering is bound to have plenty of supporters, but it remains to be seen if he still has the speed for this trip.
Tidal Racer is a progressive three-year-old and is entitled to respect but the choice is CASHEL (NAP), who is off a good mark on his best form and who should appreciate the return to this trip after running so well over 7 furlongs here eight days ago.
Rogue Tide ran better than it may have looked here last time (met some trouble) and could be an interesting outsider.
It is easy to see Star Of Wins putting a slightly disappointing Yarmouth effort behind him and he’s greatly respected, but last-time-out handicap winners Luncies and AMIR KABIR may be the pair to focus on in an interesting race.
The selection enjoyed the run of the race when winning at Newmarket last time, but there was a lot to like about the way he kept on and he’s still capable of further progress.
Saeer is a rare runner at Class 6 level for Sir Michael Stoute and this expensive yearling has to come into the reckoning on his handicap debut.
O’Reilly’s Pass, Whitehaven and Island Nation are all considered, but BEALACH ran into a handicap blot at Lingfield last week and he can go one better.
Lordsbridge Boy and Under Curfew come here in good order and ought to make bold bids, while Starter For Ten could yet come good for Charlie Fellowes.
At a likely bigger price it may be worth chancing MR BUTTONS though, with this drop to Class 6 company sure to suit and Hollie Doyle taking over for the first time.
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