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CHERISH is in the form of her life at present and having had a six-week break after a busy mid-summer spell, she’s taken to notch a fifth win from her last six starts and enhance her fine course record. Zulu Zander has been a shade underwhelming since scoring at Brighton back in April, but he’s feared most reunited with Darragh Keenan – ahead of Moonshiner and Coronation Cottage.
This looks to revolve around Karl Burke’s KABOO, who has been highly tried in his three outings so far and should be able to get his head in front dropped to maiden company for the first time. The main threat could come from Tyson, who got back on track to some extent returned to sprinting when third at Wolverhampton last time, ahead of Marion’s Star.
SEA OSCAR didn’t run far from the level she had on debut, despite seeming unsuited by the drop in trip, when finishing third at Pontefract last month. William Haggas’ filly is taken to make a winning handicap debut with improvement a distinct possibility. French Conquest heads the dangers after his recent second at Ffos Las, with Hashtagmetoo completing the shortlist.
MANOR PARK is in the form of his life over hurdles and looks well treated back on the level, so he’s a straightforward choice to land this small-field event. Nicks Not Wonder and Ascot Day are both fairly reliable. If the selection disappoints, they’re likely to fight out the finish.
RUSSIAN RUMOUR goes well at this track and has returned to her last winning mark despite a respectable fifth in a better race at Ffos Las recently, so a chance is taken on her to come out on top in this tightly-knit contest. Last-time-out winners Nibras Gold and Justified are obvious dangers.
FAR FROM A RUBY confirmed the improvement shown at Kempton when runner-up at Nottingham 15 days ago. That form looks solid for the grade, so another big effort looks on the cards. Kenstone and Rectory Road head the opposition, in that order.
MOUNT MOGAN is on a handy mark and the form of his third at Newmarket last time has a solid look to it, so he’s fancied to capitalise on a slight drop in grade with a visor fitted for the first time. Bang-in-form pair Sarah’s Verse and Al Simmo should ensure that it’s not all plain sailing for the selection.
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