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It is very difficult to oppose the PALACE PIER because it is a first class race horse and has clear mileage in the ratings. The Order of Australia was a surprise winner of the Breeders’ Cup Mile in Keeneland in November but has remained undisguised on this trip and ranks as the main threat in form, while fellow stablemate Lope Y Fernandez was disappointed at Lockinge in Newbury but could bounce back to this faster. Surface appearance.
GISBRUN was welcoming the newcomers exclusively at Newbury last month, but it’s hard to find fault with a 6.5-backed hourly win. His strength was in the end even more impressive and it was conceivable to weaken than the Kaufymaker, who, like many of Wesley Ward’s trained actors, enjoys a great reputation. Acropolis will continue to improve and complete the shortlist.
BATTAASH has a perfect track record when fresh and probably won’t be at his best to win this a second time. Winter Power is the clear risk to her stunning performance in York, though Keio Amuro gave the pick at Nonthorpe last summer and could be preparing for a big debut tour again.
Last year’s Chesham winner BATTLEGROUND got here more than anyone who didn’t run a tough race in the 2000 Guineas, but the weight of support he had that day was palpable, and this strong, tall colt deserved another chance at this much more convenient track. Poetic Flare has been busy since winning the 2000 Guineas and has the best shape in the book, with Lucky Vega right behind him.
Willie Mullins and Ryan Moore were a solid combination at this point, and MC MULDOON offers plenty of oomph to get back up to speed after some good runs over obstacles. In his arena to completely conquer there is another strong rival in Rayapour and it is unlikely that he will be far away. Elysian Flame and Lucky Deal are attractive contenders with higher prices for the home team.
FELIX went from strength to strength for Marco Poti and ran screaming under Oisin Murphy in Dubai Turf when he was last seen. Proving to be fresh, the vote at Wolverton’s wide open which once again seems to have given a very good run for a listed competition. A brilliant Epsom award winner, Blue Cap is next on the shortlist, ahead of Patrick Sarsfield and Soldier Stone.
Lots of yelling at a chipped handicap. THRONE HALL still has a few miles on the clock, and with this longer ride expected to be a good fit, he can continue his good modern form and claim his most important prize yet. November’s Handicap on Victory winner and Irish forward Saldier will be more than feared, with the return of Dubious Affair and good weight Sam Cooke (in reserve) also worth considering.
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