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Raclette can maintain her unbeaten record in fantastic fashion as her love of the heavy conditions is not in doubt. Lots of these will have cried enough at the furlong marker but she will keep powering up the French straight.
Angel Bleu is building himself a very impressive profile and his form stacks up strongly with some of the best in the two-year-old division. Again, his ability to handle these testing conditions is a must and he readily put aside Berkshire Shadow when we last saw him.
Adayar proved that his Derby success with no fluke with a big win at Ascot in the King George where he put away one of the top class 10f to 12f performers. Admittedly, the ground is a bit of an unknown. The fact that William Buick decides to stick with him and the squad have decided to run him after a slightly interrupted preparation – where we didn’t see him in the trial – speaks volumes for his well-being at home.
Sibila Spain looks ready to for a breakthrough success up at the highest level having gone close on a couple of occasions, He’s also has had a couple of confidence boosters down at a lesser level. It could be some respite for the French after what has been a bruising weekend, as the overseas challengers been dominant.
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Suesa has not been handed the best stall position of them all out in box 12, but she has speed to her left and surely her excellent, experienced, rider will drop her in and get her that all-important cover. We saw her brilliance at Goodwood when she got no daylight until the furlong marker and then flew. Let’s hope for a repeat bid with a different rider up.
Kinross could well serve it up to Space Blues and let’s not forget he started favourite for a Group 1 contest on only his second start after bolting up at headquarters on his debut,. He’s well seasoned over slightly further, but he’s really found his feet now dropped down to the long sprint distance of 7f. Add a bit of stamina and he can come home under a flying Frankie.
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