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The most striking contender is the resurgent I’M DIGBY (NAP), who was a clear second from a tough draw in his bid for an all-weather double here last month and is a big player again off only 1lb higher on this return to turf.
Second choice is Broadhaven, who still has potential and looks interesting with Hollie Doyle booked for an in-form yard. Others who could be dangerous are Volcano Bay, who caught the eye with her late headway at Bath last week, and Platinum Prince, who was beaten less than 3 length in a higher grade at Goodwood last time.
Luisa Casati sets a fair standard on her two promising efforts this season. But, slight preference is for ANGELS LANDING, who kept on well to finish fourth at Newbury 18 days ago and looks interesting upped in trip on her second start.
A fascinating race and there are plenty of unexposed handicap newcomers in the line-up, including Dolphin, Two Two Time, Heath Rise and Spy Legend. The market should prove highly informative, but at this stage the vote goes to DUAL IDENTITY.
He finished well to go close in a 1m 2f classified event at Salisbury last month and is open to more progress on his step up to this trip. Another to consider is New Day, who rallied well to finish placed off the same mark at Leicester last time.
A tricky race in which the vote goes to the Crisfords’ LUCKY SHAKE, who travelled strongly for a long way when third on his turf debut at Bath and is open to further progress from a good draw on this switch to a sharper track.
Mehmentum was an eye-catching third over course and distance on his debut and he’s feared most, ahead of Cotai Beauty who shaped with promise at Nottingham and looks a likely improver on her second start. The most interesting newcomers are Lucky Man and Samha.
Having produced a career best on her only previous start over course and distance, slight preference is for LETHAL BLAST. But, there are several others to consider, with Faustus narrowly second choice ahead of Ehrmann and Stake Acclaim.
Be Prepared has got back in the groove recently and he’s respected in new headgear on his step back up in trip. The lightly raced Chelmsford winner Marks Bear is open to more progress upped to 7 furlongs on his return, while Hieronymus ran well at Kempton last month and could make another bold bid on his switch back to turf.
However, the one that appeals most is STREET KID, who was a good second behind an improver at Haydock last time, form that has been well advertised by the third and fourth since.
She has had plenty of chances without success, but this might be the day that SIX TIL TWELVE gets off the mark with William Buick taking the ride for the first time. Bythebay is second choice ahead of Chloholteen.
Most of these have plenty to prove, but MAGICAL MILE ran well at Newcastle on Thursday and a repeat performance would probably be good enough. Winklemann is second choice ahead of Havana Dawn.
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