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They will go a good pace here. CINNODIN could not follow up a Sandown victory at the same track last time but that only tells half the story. He actually did well having been carried right over 3f out when with plenty to do. Eventually he got going and wasn’t disgraced at all. With a mark of 74 he lacks a bit of class for a race like this, but he’s bang in form, comes from the very much going well Richard Hughes yard, and George Rooke takes the mount for a big pay day.
SCEPTIC is an unexposed three-year-old from the Andrew Balding yard, who have just hit form. He’s been flying in the last week. Sceptic took a step forward last time out at Goodwood when winning in June. The only issue could be the draw in stall 14 but he’s worth a go with Hollie Doyle on board.
Hard to get away from MIMIKYU who is not a horse I massively like but who should be good enough here for Robert Havlin and John & Thady Gosden. The daughter of Dubawi made a reasonable comeback when second at York back in May. Since then she missed an engagement at this tracksuit has good form here in the past.
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Here’s a Listed race for three-year-old fillies over 1m. I’m happy to stick with STETON GLIDER here for Hugo Palmer and Andrea Atzeni. The lightly-raced daughter of Dandy Man looked useful in one win as a juvenile and returned with a fine second to Remarquee in the Fred Darling. She wasn’t good enough for the 1000 Guineas when down the field but was back to decent form in Germany last time when second in a Group 2. Goes on any ground and stays a mile well.
Generally speaking, if you can get a good break from a low draw, you should go well. I’ve landed on ALRIGHT SUNSHINE for Keith Dalgleish and Billy Garritty. He’s had one run this season, where he didn’t show much. He needed that run and this will have been on Alright Sunshine’s radar for a while.
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