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Top-weight Howth sets a useful standard despite a harsh-looking mark, while Bellabel is not badly treated if returning to her best form. Preference though is for MUMAYAZ after a very good nursery debut at the Curragh last week with the step up in trip likely to suit.
An open and competitive contest. Moddy Poddle and Baseman renew rivalries from Galway and there should not be a lot between them again. Mazagran could still be anything and Ferrybank might not be far away. But, despite being off since early June, OVERHEER was most progressive at that stage and might just be good enough to notch up the hat-trick.
This is an open race. Khartoum sets a reasonable standard on this season’s form and Saltonstall on last season’s outings. Neptune Rock is unlikely to be far away, while Masen could be a fascinating contender on his seasonal bow.
The form shown by TAZARAL in finishing second to Ottoman Emperor at Navan was given a terrific boost by the winner at Goodwood. He is unexposed and the drop back to a mile could be an inspired move. He gets the nod.
Very competitive division and chances can be given to many. The selection is CHIMERIC, who would be hard to beat if reproducing his narrow defeat here last month. Plunkett and Dark Design are among the leading alternatives, while Longoddson could also run well.
Very much the inferior of the two divisions in terms of competitiveness at least. True Conviction has some questions to answer after throwing away a winning opportunity at Dundalk on Sunday, while What Adaay and Speedy Pix make some appeal at the bottom of the handicap.
However, if she turns up in similar form as when narrowly beaten here last month, it might not be necessary to look any further than IS FANTASTIC under Chris Hayes.
An open and competitive-looking renewal. SPRINGBANK is a sporting selection. He has mostly been plying his trade in stakes races this season, but was a close third in a Limerick handicap off 1lb higher earlier this season and is reliable. Rebellito will be popular and can go well, as can Monas Melody and Presto.
Having been found to be coughing when disappointing at Galway last time, ABSTRACT can be given another chance over a trip which he should stay. Fallen Forest and St Clerans are others to consider.
Though his win record of 1-18 is off-putting, BARBADOS (NAP) is rated 109 and ought to win this if anywhere near his best. Royal Illusion is getting weight from all her rivals and could give him most to do, while Ebendi is an interesting runner.
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