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Cmon Cmon was again not best suited by the way the race unfolded when second to a subsequent winner over C&D a month ago and he’s shortlisted off the same mark. Rectory Road is also solid enough but GLOBAL HOPE, who has three wins, a second and two thirds to his name in nine starts here, is back on a winning mark and preferred.
Newcomers Galileo Glass and Tardis are both out of 2yo debutante winners and the market will doubtless tell a tale in each case. Otherwise, BELLARENA LADY, who started a single-figure price for a York Listed race last time off the back of an easy Leicester win, will find this somewhat less taxing, and is preferred to Latin Lover.
This feels more like a late-autumn maiden than one in early summer and newcomer Clarendon House, who went for a chunky 130,000gns last year, wouldn’t need to be anything out of the ordinary. Otherwise, the free-going HOLWAH, who’s closely matched with main rival Imperial Force in receipt of the sex allowance, is taken to get off the mark.
Having split a progressive type and a subsequent winner on his comeback, BYRON HILL (nap) can give Charlie Fellowes back-to-back victories in the race. Pax Britannica will need to better previous turf efforts if she’s to win off this mark and the less-exposed Seagulls Nest could prove the main threat.
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There’s no saying how far Cloudy Dawn might go at the moment but she was found the right opening under a penalty against her own sex on her comeback and the temptation is to look for one against her on faster ground. Copinet is an obvious candidate but SUGAULI is hugely unexposed and could prove well handicapped on his first crack at sprinting.
Capla Berry looked set to win on her C&D comeback, before not quite seeing it out as well as the winner in a muddling affair, and she may again be vulnerable late on over this trip. Fibresand winner Blackcastle Storm has done a lot of his turf racing on soft ground and the drying weather may not be ideal, so another chance is given to the lightly raced RUSSIAN VIRTUE in the hope he settles better in a first-time hood.
Any number to consider in an interesting handicap, headed by MILITARY MAN, who remains open to improvement for his in-form yard having been gelded over the winter. Dickens did better on his Newmarket comeback, despite again pulling hard in the hood, and is a threat if more amenable.
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