ARABIST was much improved when upped to 1m4f at Newbury last month and, having appreciated the cut in the ground when instant on that occasion, the Invincible Spirit colt, who looks a job in progress, can flourish in similar conditions with Frankie Dettori aboard for the first time. Stablmate Swift Wing has really made the podium on all three outings up to now and has track experience to fall back , while Noble Music, next behind Group 3 winner Bangkok along with Dante scorer Telecaster in Doncaster back in March, may be sharper for her Carlisle return a month.
Prediction : 1st Arabist 2nd Swift Wing 3rd Noble Music
DANYAH appeared a chance that was helpful when scoring debut in Nottingham a month and also Owen Burrows’ youngster, whose dam was a double Group 3 winner on this excursion in two before putting from the 1000 Guineasthat might have more to come . The proprietor of oakenshield won this previous season along with the Kevin Ryan-trained novice, who cost 200,000 guineas, is of interest, although debutant Moosmee is another buy who merits respect hailing from William Haggas’ stable.
Prediction : 1st Danyah 2nd Oakenshield 3rd Moosmee
Two commendable efforts have been just posted by PANIC ROOM over 6f in his career to date and it’s interesting that Tom Dascombe has selected a place he enjoys loads of success at as the spot to step the buy up . Grand Bazaar cost 210,000 guineas and John Gosden’s Golden Horn colt is made of interest on introduction, while Trumpets Call and Caledonian Crusade look to build on what they’ve revealed on the track so far.
Prediction: 1st Panic Room 2nd Grand Bazaar 3rd Caledonian Crusade
Specialise has enjoyed herself at the handicap ranks so much, winning at Lingfield before narrowly failing to allow it to be back-to-back triumphs in Chelmsford when last observed, and she yields off just a 2lb greater mark after a brief break. Tom Dascombe’s record here makes Katiesheidinlisa ridiculous to completely discount, while Amber Spark was an inviting last moment. Taste is for ILLUMINED, that has been producing a great impression over 1m4f over the all-weather and drops back in trip because of her handicap debut.
Prediction : 1st Illumined 2nd Specialise 3rd Amber Spark
GORDON LORD BYRON has become a brilliant servant to connections through the last few years and has held his form well against much younger rivals in Group business, largely, this season. The 2013 Sprint Cup winner includes a notable jockey and the fall in course, at a race named after him, could watch him bounce back to winning ways. Qaysar was not disgraced and is considered, along with Dubai Dominion, who earns his first start.
Prediction : 1st Gordon Lord Byron 2nd Qaysar 3rd Dubai Dominion
SINJAARI bounced back following a below par effort at Royal Ascot when third at a 1m2f Goodwood handicap to Forest Of Dean, who has subsequently franked the form with an authoritative display at York, and the way of that functionality indicated he was worth a second attempt back up in distance. Spanish Archer improved considerably out of his return to produce a career-best functionality at Doncaster last month and he’s respected off a 4lb higher score, while the persistent Epaulement cannot be ignored having put over a similar trip here at the Old Newton Cup two trips past.
Prediction : 1st Sinjaari 2nd Spanish Archer 3rd Epaulement
WAR BRIGADE has run some good races in defeat this year, such as when second at Ripon on his penultimate outing, along with the reversal of headgear to a visor, along with the reapplication of a tongue-tie (worn over hurdles in the past), might watch Ian Williams’ gelding return to winning ways. First Dance went shut on her latest start at Newcastle and is very likely to give another accounts, while the booking of Simon Walker makes Deinonychus a location on the review.
Prediction: 1st War Brigade 2nd Initial Dance 3rd Deinonychus