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Real World hacked up in the Royal Hunt Cup before winning a listed race easily. It’s safe to say you could call him an exciting prospect.
Reach For The Moon looks potentially top class and I presume it’s mildly interesting that Frankie is in Sandown rather than York.
Imperial Sun was like a different beast altogether last time out when stepped up to 1m4f for the first time. The extra 2f at York on Saturday could bring out even more.
Auria was impressive in a fillies listed race here last time and looks well worth the step up in grade.
Glorious Journey wasn’t good enough in the July Cup, but 7f is more his bag. He probably needs a bit of luck but he can certainly win this if things click.
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Hamish has won over course and distance twice, both on different grounds so he has any inclement weather covered. He also looks the top pick of the Haggas runners.
Ilikedwayurthinkin‘s best form is on good ground but he hasn’t raced on it since winning twice at the 2019 Galway Festival which was eight runs ago. Let’s hope he still likes it good and that this was the plan all along! Mark Walsh in the saddle is a plus too.
It’s hard to have a strong fancy but Mise Le Meas looked to be on the up when winning last time at Gowran.
Point Lonsdale has won on good and on soft. The stable is quiet but he is the most likely in the race to be top class.
Paddy Power’s best bets:
York 13:50 – Real World
Sandown 14:05 – Reach For The Moon
York 14:25 – Imperial Sun
Sandown 14:40 – Auria
York 15:00 – Glorious Journey
York 15:35 – Hamish
Killarney 16:35 – Ilikedwayurthinkin
Curragh 18:05 – Mise Le Meas
Curragh 18:40 – Point Lonsdale