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The step up to 7f is a likely plus for HIGH FIBRE following his encouraging sixth over 6f at Newbury on his second start, and he is taken to get off the mark. The extra furlong could also be a plus for Aristobulus, who got up late on his debut at Chelmsford, and he is feared most. Beverley debut winner Uncs retains potential despite disappointing back there next time.
Armed with a 6lb pull and Angus Villiers’ useful 5lb claim, SILKS DREAM could well reverse Beverley placings with Truely Aclaimed, who looks a major player all the same. Third choice Miss Rosa Bella should leave her debut effort behind. The betting should help to ascertain what’s expected from the newcomers.
Preference is for HEAR ME ROAR (nap), who scored over C&D on his reappearance and looks open to further progress in handicaps this term. Second choice is Millions, ahead of Imperial Butterfly and potential improver Debated.
Only one of these ran well last time out and that was OUT THE HAT, an improving 3yo who can land the hat-trick today. Zarzyni was in good form prior to finishing well beaten in a valuable handicap at the Curragh recently, and he could be the chief danger. Big Les and Lady Nectar could also bounce back with good runs.
The suggestion is NIAGARA who, judged on breeding, should be suited by the return to 5f and be up to winning a race of this nature. Obvious danger Cuppacoco is second choice, ahead of Sambucca Spirit, Fossos and She’s A Deva.
On ratings SANDS CHORUS faces a tough task off topweight but current form is often a more crucial factor in these races and there can be no knocking him on that score. He’s the pick ahead of Embolden, who arrives on the back of a win in a Leicester claimer. Godolphin cast-off Gold Ring is an interesting contender on his belated debut.
The well-bred filly RICHES AND RUBIES was a promising second at Beverley on her recent handicap debut and is selected to go one better today. Fellow 3yo Estad also has potential in his pedigree and hasn’t enjoyed much luck in handicaps. He’s second choice, ahead of Bankawi then Tie A Yellowribbon.
Things haven’t gone the way of STORMIN NORMAN the last twice and there can be optimism a win is imminent. The step up in trip is worth a go with the lightly raced 6yo Gift Of Raaj and he is feared most, while Contrebasse, Justified and Teescomponentsfly can also be considered.
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