The drop in trip around a sharp track isn’t sure to be optimal for AVETA, but she has the best form and looked a good prospect when powering clear at Windsor 12 days ago. She may be up to defying her penalty, with newcomer Yojaari and the once-raced pair Sky Dweller and Sunset Salute appealing most of the remainder.
Ejtilaab is on a good mark and ran well from a poor draw here last time in a race that looks rock-solid form. He’s of major interest, but he’s been kept away from soft ground and wouldn’t want the ground to deteriorate.
Boardman is improving quickly and should go well, especially if breaking on terms, but ANOTHER BATT won’t mind what the weather does and he had a bit up his sleeve when scoring at Thirsk a fortnight ago.
Rumaythah came out on top in a stronger race at Ripon 13 days ago and she’s a key contender despite her rise in the weights. Hello Me is unexposed and respected, but stall 10 does temper enthusiasm. Credible still has a bigger run in her, but CRAZY LUCK might be the answer after a close second behind a well-treated opponent at Windsor 19 days ago.
None appeals more than BLOW YOUR HORN (NAP). The winner of all-weather handicaps on his last two starts, he shaped well on his previous turf run and still looks feasibly treated. Eastern Sheriff is respected on his return, with Dreamweaver and Buriram also having something to recommend them.
A useful juvenile event in which the pair with the best form have also landed the two inside stalls. Although Al Shibli handled good to soft on his debut his trainer felt that quicker ground would see him in a better light and perhaps I’M A GAMBLER will be the answer.
He chased home a promising Gosden-trained newcomer at Yarmouth and is open to improvement. Point Lynas caught the eye on debut, but stall 10 is a negative and Sir Min may prove best of the rest.
An interesting three-year-old handicap. BEATING ALL can be made to look fairly treated off an opening mark of 81 based on the subsequent exploits of horses he’s come up against on both starts. He’s narrowly preferred to easy Salisbury novice winner Military Mission (second choice) and recent Beverley handicap scorer Khezanna.
The three-year-old Soapy Stevens should make a bold bid off his low weight and he’s greatly respected, while each of Ian Williams’s three representatives have something to recommend them. Heart Of Soul might prove the pick of that trio, but SNOW OCEAN ran quite well over the extended 1m 2f last time and may be able to gain his third course success.
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