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SEATTLE KING is bred to be useful, being by Kingman and a half-brother to a couple of winners. He will probably need further than this in time, but he still appeals as an interesting newcomer in a race where those with previous experience set just a fair standard. It will be interesting to see whether the market speaks in his favour.
MAY REMAIN wasn’t seen to best effect when fifth at Sandown last time, doing well to be beaten less than three lengths given how much trouble he met in the straight. This is a weaker race and there is no doubt he has the form to be a player if bouncing back to his best. After all, he is now 1 lb lower in the weights than when recording his last victory, so this looks a good opportunity for him to regain the winning thread.
DAIRERIN is the clear pick at the weights and should be able to double his career tally in first-time cheekpieces. Admittedly, he was below form when only fourth in a listed race at Epsom last time, but it’s far too soon to be writing him off given how promising he had looked in two previous starts. He made a winning debut at Ripon in May before showing even better form to be beaten just a nose in a conditions event at Newbury eight days later.
MOLLS MEMORY proved better than ever to resume winning ways at Haydock last month, relishing the heavy going as she stayed on strongly to lead close home. That looks a strong piece of form and she remains potentially well treated from just a 3 lb higher mark. She’ll also have conditions in her favour and looks sure to mount a bold follow-up bid for the Ed Walker yard which continues in good heart (82 per cent of horses running to form).
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KOLISI stepped up on his debut effort when second at Nottingham last time, staying on well to be beaten just a neck. That form sets the standard here on Timeform’s weight-adjusted ratings and the small ‘p’ attached to his rating denotes that he is likely to have more to offer. He is certainly worth another crack at this longer trip and rates a confident selection to get off the mark at the third attempt for William Haggas.
LORD PROTECTOR is unbeaten in three starts to date and showed useful form when making a successful handicap debut at this course last time. He was allowed his own way out in front and kept finding when tackled inside the final furlong, passing the post with half a length to spare. He remains open to more improvement now stepping up to a mile and a half, so he is fancied to defy a 6 lb higher mark and can make it four wins in a row.
MASTER MILLINER completed his hat-trick in good style over this course and distance last month, digging deep under pressure to win by three quarters of a length. The first two pulled well clear of the rest and Master Milliner looked full value for a 7 lb rise in the weights. Clearly thriving at present, he remains very much one to keep on the right side under the in-form Cieren Fallon, who has ridden five winners from his last 22 rides.
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