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There are several newcomers to respect on pedigree, but BASTOGNE is just about the pick on his debut Windsor third and should be open to improvement. Bay Breeze, Rickenbacker and Greek Philosopher have the form to get involved as well, while money for Last Hoorah and Golden Sands, who make appeal on paper, are also noteworthy.
HEALING POWER hasn’t won for a while, and his recent form figures aren’t especially inspiring. But, he sets a good standard on a couple of his performances earlier this year and might be hard to peg back on his turf debut under a positive jockey booking in Hollie Doyle.
Oakenshield, having his first run away from the all-weather for a while, has run to figures in the 80s in the past and could also go well.
A very interesting three-year-old handicap. SUREFIRE bumped into subsequent easy Sandown handicap winner Siskany when second on his Windsor return and doesn’t look overburdened from an opening mark of 82, so he’s narrowly preferred to Sir Michael Stoute’s Thunder Sun. Realist is another in this line-up who likely has more to come.
This looks an ideal opportunity for HIGHEST GROUND to get his career back on track. The lightly-raced, Sir Michael Stoute-trained four-year-old may have needed the run on his return at Sandown in April, and can show he’s still the type to do well with a tongue tie added now. Outbox can follow him home.
FIFTYSHADESOFRED left his debut run last year well behind when finishing runner-up in a maiden at Yarmouth on his return to action six weeks ago and that form looks solid with the third winning next time out.
He’s taken to go one better at the main expense of Dancing To Win, who has finished second on all three of her starts so far. It looks significant that powerful connections have persevered with Night Hunter ahead of his belated debut, so he is one to note.
WOLFLET was turned over by an improver – who has since run well in defeat – when runner-up over course and distance on her latest outing. But, she faces more exposed opposition this time, so she’s fancied to go one better now back against older horses.
Cruyff Turn is an obvious player if he can get back to the form he showed at Nottingham on his penultimate outing, and Top Secret may get involved if his new yard having him ready to go on reappearance.
Preference is for SIR TAWEEL, who proved that his Windsor breakthrough success in April was no fluke when a good fourth back there last week, and dropping back in trip shouldn’t inconvenience him on this stiff track. Granary Queen made a winning handicap at Brighton last month and should remain competitive up 3lbs, while Ironside and Kartvelian are others to consider.
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