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RECTORY ROAD was probably value for a bit extra when making his second start for James Ferguson a winning one at Bath a fortnight ago and he should give it another good go. Piselli Molli ought to be a factor again, with Point Louise another to consider.
Some well-bred newcomers on show, but preference is for OUTBREAK. Mark Johnston’s charge showed plenty of ability in pushing an experienced rival close on debut and he’s taken to go a place better with improvement on the cards. Point Lynas heads up the dangers of those with experience, while any market support for debutants Thermometer and Surac could prove significant.
An interesting maiden. HAMSEH showed plenty on debut at Newbury and can make her experience tell at the second time of asking. Persist also shaped well on debut, albeit behind the selection, and she is bred to be smart. Good American and Equal Share are newcomers to note.
PEARL GLORY ran down a useful colt over course and distance when making it 2-2 last time and can take the step up to pattern company in her stride and stretch her unbeaten record to three. Tardis and Delmona – first and third in the Listed St Hugh’s at Newbury – are a couple of obvious form threats. Meanwhile, Intelligentsia saw off a subsequent Group 3 winner on her debut, so it would be no surprise to see her play a part.
Having completed the hat-trick at Epsom in July, IMPROVISED ran another fine race when finding only another thriving filly too good at York (over 7 furlongs) two weeks ago. Her mark has crept up a little more, but she remains low-mileage and earns the vote to come out on top. Quickstep Lady and Crazy Luck rate next best in a competitive affair.
The most appealing of these is NEENEE’S CHOICE, who took another step forward when making a winning handicap bow over a mile at Newbury and he probably has more to offer now faced with a stiffer test. Fierospeed is starting to look a shade exposed, but he has acquitted himself well in Class 3 handicaps the last twice and gets the nod ahead of Lady Reset for forecast purposes.
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