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Trainer George Boughey can do no wrong this season and Cachet won like a potentially top drawer one first time out at Newmarket. It was very taking and the owners love having runners at Ascot but this one definitely deserves to be in this line-up and should be a good price.
I can’t get away from the favourite, Alenquer. I love the fact the Haggas yard is in form, this horse is in form, what’s not to like!
The one I’m tipping up is A Case Of You. This lad was favourite for the Derrinstown Guineas trial at Leopardstown and flopped but back over 6f he can rediscover his potential and get in the mix at a price.
I’ve got a really good feeling about this race and I can’t change my mind from Potapova. There something about a Michael Stoute filly who looks progressive and while not having the form in the book yet, could be anything. She ticks a few boxes for me and I think she’ll show us what she’s got.
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I’m going to go for Belief. Another William Haggas horse so hopefully he’s in for a few winners. I hope the ground hasn’t gone too soft at this stage as Belief likes good ground and is potentially much better than the current mark. Looks a lot better than current rating.
Tritonic was a Triumph Hurdle flop but I’m guessing he’s rediscovered his spark as Ryan Moore was booked to ride really early, which jumped out at me, and Alan King has a great Ascot record too.
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Mo Celita just keeps winning and might still be on the up. Sprinters get better the more they race and this ATM machine has plenty of experience. This one just doesn’t seem to know how to lose and is on a six timer. She seems to be underrated a bit and has Oisin Murphy on board.