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Cherish has taken her form to a new level of late and should go close again under Mollie Phillips, but slight preference is for the unexposed GLAMOROUS BREEZE, who had an excuse last time having shaped well on her reappearance. Coronation Cottage is third choice.
With so many newcomers on show, the market will be informative. The likes of Daiquiri Francais and First Crowd are appealing on pedigree, but DARK TULIP has valuable experience to go with her useful breeding and gets the verdict. Doolily, whose debut form has worked out well, could pose the main threat.
Bosh has accomplished clearly the most but carries a 6lb penalty, so AMERICAN STAR also comes into it on form and Ed Walker’s charge looks set for marked improvement given that he started so slowly on his debut.
Third on the list among those who have run is Auditor, who showed promise at Salisbury, ahead of Sisters In The Sky. However, Golden Voice, to name just one, is a newcomer to take heed of.
Oriental Art soon got a long way off the pace when finishing second at Goodwood last time, which has to catch the eye, particularly given his pedigree and today’s move up to 1m 4f. However, the move up in trip can also receive a very positive response from KING OF TSAVO, who may well have the most potential in this line-up.
Admittedly he also needs to avoid hanging in anything like the way he did at Haydock, but he did nothing like that when winning as a two-year-old and the chance is taken that he can be straightened out. Last month’s course and distance one-two Reina Del Mar and Scampi are also on the shortlist, along with handicap newcomer Sea La Rosa.
Tackling seven three-year-olds is probably Ice Station Zebra’s toughest assignment to date, but she keeps improving and looks sure to give her usual good account. The unexposed Exuding has to be considered as well, but CRAZY LUCK made a particularly positive impression when overcoming trouble to win at Chester and could follow up off a 4lbs higher mark.
Most of these have questions to answer, but TRUE SCARLET (NAP) has a more positive profile, being a lightly raced four-year-old open to improvement for an in-form yard. She’s taken to gain her second success at the chief expense of recent Chepstow scorer Millions Memories, with topweight Mafia Power and the northern raider Twisted Dreams others to consider.
The answer to a tricky handicap could be topweight TIME INTERVAL, who took a step back in the right direction on his latest start. A solid alternative is recent course and distance runner-up Wholelotafun. Others with possibilities are the 7f Chepstow winner Gosnay Gold and the handicap debutant Goodwood Glen.
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