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TYGER BAY has form figures of 1112 over 6 furlongs this year and he’s a big player back on turf. Red Bravo is well treated on his soft-ground win last autumn and could make a serious impact if he gets the breaks.
Mount Snowdon has shown clear promise and shapes as though this drop back to 6 furlongs could suit. He’s respected along with Fast Response, who looks a likely improver on her second start, but there are also plenty of striking newcomers in the line-up.
Both El Bodegon and Buoyant need watching in the market, while Hamaki is an interesting contender for William Haggas. But, the vote goes to MAJESTIC GLORY, who cost 350,000gns as a foal and represents a yard with a 25% record with two-year-olds here in recent years.
Top of the list is Robert Cowell’s exciting colt CLARENDON HOUSE, who trounced his rivals in his first two starts last month and may well be able to extend his unbeaten record off what looks a fair mark on this handicap debut.
Charlie Fellowes was only just caught from a tough draw at Chester last time and he’s feared most, although prolific winner A Sure Welcome was successful over course and distance on his penultimate run and is respected on his drop back in trip.
The vote goes to STIGWOOD, who ran respectably in an apprentice race here nine days ago and whose rider Georgia Dobie can use her 5lbs claim this time. Second choice is Knight Of Kings, who ties in closely with the selection on that course form. Mister Allegro is the only previous winner in the field, but he’s comparatively exposed. Tribuna Uffizi and La Forza are potential improvers.
Glencora was a good third behind a handicap blot in her hat-trick bid at Newmarket and she still looks on a workable mark. Marco Botti’s well-bred filly Invincible Lass looks interesting upped to 1m 2f in her first handicap, while Mayfair Pompette needs checking in the market on her comeback.
However, the vote goes to HOLLYWOOD LADY (NAP), who finished a clear second under a positive ride here on her handicap debut in May and is open to further progress on her drop back in trip.
Preference is for SMASH HIT, who has recorded RPRs in the 70s in all three of his runs, including a good third on soft at Newmarket in May and a close call behind an all-the-way winner on Polytrack last time.
Second choice is Eminent Hipster, who just about sets the standard back in a novice and represents a yard that won this last year. Clive Cox’s Light Of Thunder is another key player after her promising run at Goodwood last month, while the two well-bred newcomers need checking in the market.
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