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Javathjavva He returned to his form when he finished third in his most recent match in Brighton, and remained in good shape to defeat by two and a quarter lengths. He’s proven in heavy go and shapes as if he’d probably be right for this longer trip (yet he’ll be racing over a meter). He is fond of taking advantage of the drop in weights to finally get off target.
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WEARDIDITALLGORONG She took a step back in the right direction when she finished fifth at Brighton eight days ago, and she was doing well to beat her for only a half-and-a-half given that she came from far further away than her starting counterparts. It should remain 1 µm and has won from much higher scores in the past. Therefore, this looks like a good chance for her to reclaim the winning streak if the promise of her last effort is built on.
kisses He’s at the veteran stage of his career, but clearly still can win a race of this nature, as he showed when he was only narrowly beaten on his penultimate all-weather outing here. It’s equally effective on grass, including quiet walks, and it probably won’t take much longer than that for it to end its long losing run at that low.
torch of freedom She has finished putting all of her debut so far, showing a fair shape in the process. She was even better than the bare result when she finished third at Windsor last time, keeping good hands and heels riding to pass the post just three and a half lengths behind the winner. She still has potential now down to seven gallos and is obsessed with improving Matamoa’s overtake to beat the mark on the third try.
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Alexandre Profund He got better with every start and pushed the winner all the way to the second all-weather row here last time. This model comfortably sets the standard in this lineup, so she evaluated a confident choice to open her yard for William Muir and Chris Grassick (70% of the horses running the formation).
speed king He was far from deep in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot last time, but he had made a promising start to his career before then, notably showing him fairly to win a junior event at Redcar in May. He’s now making the switch to handicap and will garner a lot of respect from his BHA score of 76, with further progress not far out of question given his understated profile.
fatal explosion She completed a triple on this course and distance in May, won four and a half lengths in impressive style, and continued to do well despite failing to add to her tally in three straight games. I only found one that was very good in similar conditions last time and could race from the same mark here, so there’s definitely plenty of reason to be positive about its predictions.