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Several to consider here. Preference goes to FRANKLY MR SHANKLY after his luckless run at Newbury last month, but recent Haydock 2-3 Menin Gate and Dance King shouldn’t be far away and Dream Chaser is an interesting each-way contender for his new trainer.
Yeeeaah and Better Half still have potential and Simply Gorgeous is an interesting newcomer, but it is hard to oppose LETHAL LEVI, who was only caught in the dying strides by a progressive and well-handicapped rival in a nursery last time out.
The betting can help with the newcomers of whom Inspirationellie and Danby Wiske are arguably the most interesting, but this could finally be the day that INTERNATIONAL BOY manages to get his head in front.
Michael Bell’s BELLSTREET BRIDIE sets the standard on her Newmarket debut second, so should take a bit of stopping if making the anticipated improvement. May Punch looks the obvious one to follow her home unless the betting speaks in the favour of Ed Bethell first-timer Reel Rosie.
Coligone Kate should also get involved, while it would also be no surprise to see Capla Fever leave her debut behind now stepping up in trip.
Quite a useful race. The vote goes the way of sole three-year-old SIBAAQ (NAP), who didn’t look all out at Beverley last time and could have more to come. This is a bit easier than the handicaps Irish Admiral has been contesting of late, so he’s feared most ahead of last year’s winner Scottish Summit.
A few to consider. The two horses that FLEETWOOD PIER divided in his final qualifying run have been competitive in handicaps subsequently and he should be right in the mix. Aunt Agatha has improved for wind surgery and looked a tad unlucky last time, so she’s on the shortlist along with Little Muddy.
His course win may have been over 5 furlongs, but FOSSOS saw out the 6 furlongs fine when going in again at Southwell and Tim Easterby’s charge is in the zone right now. Knockabout Queen bumped into a reviver at Chepstow and could go close if not at a disadvantage from stall 19. Lincoln Red, Jems Bond (if on a good day) and Absolute Dream are others with chances.
Only two runners, but both have made the running in the past. MOLIWOOD relished the application of blinkers at Newcastle when last seen and may be open to greater improvement than Carrigillihy.
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