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GLAMOROUS BREEZE pulled clear of the rest when runner-up to a thriving one at Newbury 12 days ago. She remains one to be interested in, especially as there could be more to come from her being a lightly-raced three-year-old. Under Curfew and Princely head the opposition.
MY LITTLE TIP makes appeal on paper for a yard going along nicely with its juveniles, so he gets the vote, with the booking of William Buick also catching the eye. Tardis will be a big threat if bouncing back to her debut form, while Shimmering Sky and Torvi are other newcomers to keep an eye on in the betting.
PEGGOTY found only a well-supported debutant too good at Newbury three weeks ago and, with further progress on the cards, can make her third start a winning one. Pure Charmer is likely to pose the main threat if returning to form in first-time blinkers, though Me Next could easily step up on her debut run.
TEEMLUCKY has been performing well, collared late on over further at Musselburgh 2 weeks ago. With her rider taking off a valuable 5lbs, she gets the nod to come out on top. Three-year-old pair Merlin’s Beard and Hooves Like Jagger can also get involved.
GLOBAL PROSPECTOR is on a steep upward curve for Chris Dwyer, making it three wins from his last four starts and impressing with how quick he put the race to bed at Yarmouth 18 days ago. He’s fancied to make another bold bid, with recent course and distance winner The Cruising Lord and Michaels Choice heading up the dangers.
An open looking handicap with the narrow vote in favour of BEASTIE BOY. He remains a maiden on the back of eight starts, but has twice ran with credit in recent weeks and may well be up to putting it all together from a career-low mark under William Buick. Hellavapace and Camacho Man head up the dangers.
A few with chances, but MABO can race off a mark 5lbs lower than when runner-up at Wolverhampton last week and is fancied to take full advantage. Kenstone arrives in very good order and rates the chief threat with Bonnie Lad appealing as the pick of the remainder and a solid place prospect.
RUSKIN RED is weighted to have a big say on the back of his excellent Kempton second last time and can open his account at the chief expense of course and distance victor Hidden Depths, who arrives in good nick himself. Thunder Flash and Alambrista command respect too and look the duo best equipped to fight out the minor honours.
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