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ANGEL AMADEA shaped well in a hot race on debut and, while she failed to land the odds on the all-weather at Lingfield recently, this track will probably prove more suitable. She appeared to be caught out by a steady gallop at a sharp track, so she is given another chance to build on the considerable promise of her Newmarket run in June. If he’s fit enough to do himself justice following a 10-month absence, Liberation Point is likely to emerge as second best of the rest.
QAARAAT has had plenty of opportunities since his last win in January, but he bumped into a well-backed rival who had dropped in class at Wolverhampton a fortnight ago, and looks ready to cash in on his lower turf mark. Admittedly, he hasn’t won on the turf since 2018, but this doesn’t look the deepest race, so he could offer some value. Magic and Harrogate could give him the most to think about if putting their best foot forward.
DANCE TO PARIS produced a rare below-par effort at Sandown last month, but didn’t take long to bounce back to form, showing a really willing attitude when seeing off Ghadbbaan at York on her latest start. A subsequent 2 lb rise isn’t excessive and she is taken to follow up. That rival has to be a threat again, with Eagle Court and Notation also of interest.
MALHOOB didn’t need to improve when making all to get off the mark at Thirsk in April but shaped as if amiss last time over a mile and a quarter at Newcastle. He isn’t bred to stay that far, so he’s well worth another chance to get back on the up back at a mile and following a gelding operation. He can prove too strong for Mars Landing, who continues to shape like he has a bigger effort in his locker.
The way RAQISA asserted late on upped to this trip at Thirsk 17 days ago was pleasing and, with the strong possibility of better to come from this lightly-raced filly, she is taken to follow up at a distance she remains unexposed at. King Viktor and Out of Sight have both been in good form of late and both merit respect, particularly the former. However, the selection may have most to fear from Oot Ma Way, who will benefit from this stiffer test.
GINATO opened his account over course and distance in July and still looked in top form at Thirsk last time, shaping better than the bare result after suffering trouble in running. He therefore is worth backing in what looks an open race ahead of Oh So Hot, who could be dangerous if he grabs the lead and the rail. Last-time-out winner Mr Trevor also enters the equation.
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