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This is a different scenario for MOTAWAAFEQ, who won a race for older horses here last week and now faces some unexposed three-year-olds. However, he’s well treated off the same mark and may have enough in hand to follow up.
It looks open among the remainder and the tentative second choice is Sky Bright, who has a fighting chance if back to the form of her Kempton effort. Al Tarmaah has possibilities if the tongue-tie helps, while a few others are potential improvers.
Zain Claudette sets the form standard and commands respect having performed so well at Goodwood. However, she’s taking on some very interesting newcomers who could prove above average, namely SACRED JEWEL, Red Joan and Ebtsama in order of preference. The betting should help to firm up what’s expected.
The return to turf should be fine for dual all-weather scorer RIKNNAH, who showed clear promise at the Craven meeting on the other course here in April. She looks capable of further progress. Second choice is Sugauli, ahead of the similarly unexposed George Morland. Invincible Swagger can’t be dismissed back down in grade and Dashing Dick also has possibilities.
The suggestion is BRUNNERA who, judged on breeding, has the potential to progress well beyond her current mark. She’s an interesting contender upped in distance on her seasonal debut, especially if the market speaks favourably. Second choice is True Scarlet, who drops back in class. Yorkshire Lady and Amy Beach would be strongly respected if the ground is softer than good.
LOVELY BREEZE is ahead of the handicapper after her recent all-weather second, while it’s also very easy to make solid cases for both Bimble and Night Narcissus.
An interesting clash between the promising and well-bred fillies EVIDENT BEAUTY and Gal Wonder, who are both open to plenty of progress. It could go either way, but marginal preference is for the Newbury winner. Invincible Lass and noteworthy newcomer Janie Jones may prove best of the remainder.
The vote goes to bottom-weight MASHHOOR (NAP), who is the sole three-year-old in the field and looks open to plenty of further progress. Last week’s Lingfield winner Passion And Glory is feared most, ahead of Zetland Gold Cup contestants Good Birthday and Balgair.
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