WISSAHICKON (best cost 15-8) is that the class horse in the race and will take a beating in the opener in York. As it reads the form of zaaki isn’t as good, ” I wouldn’t see much into the four-year-old beating Barney Roy when the Charlie Appleby horse returned to the trail. Wissahickon didn’t pick up last time out at Lingfield, and at the end was pleased to complete a long way. Heusually goes well clean and’ll gain from being rested.
BEAT LE BON (best price 5-1) is two from 2 at Goodwood, also in my eyes has a breaking opportunity to finish the hat-trick. The 3 year-old has won his last three races, which included a 1 length win Value Of Kent, who ran so well earlier in the festival. He did not get the easiest of rides at the win at Goodwood, but won with ease.
FIRST IN LINE (best price 7-2) created a enormous impression when destroying the field at Doncaster, this is going to be a tougher race for John Gosden’s three-year-old but he’s likely to delight in the step up in trip. Whilst First In Line is the likely winner, I’m not needing LARIAT (best cost 33-1) because the standing man. This season has been banging, and ended in behind a few decent types. Private Secretary conquer him and went on to succeed at Goodwood. He is beaten by sir Ron Priestley , and has just won two on the rebound. Durston beat himwho then followed it up. It will be interesting to see just how he glanced within the excess distance, however 33/1 with four locations looks enormous.
VIVIDLY (best price 15-2) was not fancied at all when winning out time, and was tipped by me at a significantly shorter price. However, some stunned by winning a race that was fairly good. That win off the rear of a third place in debut, lost to the striking Thus Sharp. African Swift completed fourth when Vividly set in a performance, and acquired. Charles Hills’ horse must return to a lot after that win.
LAURENS (best cost 11-4) was again back to her blistering best when winning over in France, a triumph that quietened doubters following that disappointing outing at Ascot. The triumph at Deauville was her sixth at the maximum level. The one I would keep an eye is Sir Dancealot on this ground, although there is not too much for her to conquer here, obviously Cape Byron is a threat.
RAHEEN HOUSE (best price 8-1) seems to enjoy the more competitive races with loads of runners, instead of the little fields he’s been competing in. William Haggas is also in fine form, since moving into his yard, both arriving over course and distance and his five-year-old has ended third and second.
The other which I think looks a cracking each-way wager is KELLY’S DINO (greatest price 25-1 / 8 places). The six-year-old is at the top of the game after a win against Corelli, that ran well at York on Friday. When you take a close have a look at some of the horses who have finished in behind Kelly’s Dino you’d be shocked to locate 25/1 on offer. The favorite King’s Advice was pushed all of the way by Outbox out time, the identical horse who Kelly’s Dino easily put away (over 1m 4f).
DOUBLE In Laurens & Line @ 15.8/1 )