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WISSAHICKON (best price 15-8) is that the class horse in the race and will take a beating from the opener in York. The form of zaaki isn’t as good as it reads, ” I would not see into the beating Barney Roy when the Charlie Appleby horse returned to the trail. Wissahickon did not pick up last time out and at the end was pretty pleased to finish a long way. He’ll benefit from becoming rested and goes well fresh.
BEAT LE BON (best price 5-1) is just two from two at Goodwood, and in my own eyes has a cracking opportunity to finish the hat-trick. The three year-old has won his last 3 races, which contained a one length win over Value Of Kent, who ran in the holiday season. He did not get the simplest of rides in the last triumph but still won with relative ease.
FIRST IN LINE (best price 7-2) made a massive impression when destroying the area at Doncaster, this is going to be a tougher race for John Gosden’s three-year-old but he’s likely to enjoy the step up in trip. Whilst First In Line is the most likely winner, I am not having LARIAT (best cost 33-1) as the rank outsider. The three-year-old was banging on the door this year, and ended in behind a few sorts. Private Secretary proceeded to succeed at Goodwood and beat on him. Sir Ron Priestley has won twice on the bounce , and beat him. Durston beat on him, who then followed it up with a second. It’ll be interesting to see the way he glanced within the additional space, however 33/1 with four places looks massive.
VIVIDLY (best price 15-2) wasn’t fancied whatsoever when winning out time, and has been tipped by me at a much shorter price. By winning a race that was fairly 12, On the other hand, a few stunned. That win was off the rear of a third place in debut, dropping to the striking Thus Sharp. African Swift completed fourth when Vividly place in a good performance on Friday, and acquired. Charles Hills’ horse must come on a lot after that win.
LAURENS (best cost 11-4) was straight back for her blistering best when winning over in France, a win which quietened doubters following that disappointing trip at Ascot. The triumph at Deauville was at the highest level. There isn’t too much for her to conquer here Cape Byron is a hazard, but the only I’d keep an eye on is Sir Dancealot on this floor.
RAHEEN HOUSE (best cost 8-1) appears to delight in the more aggressive races with plenty of runners, instead of the small fields he’s been competing in. William Haggas is in fine form, since moving to his lawn, both arriving over course and distance, along with his five-year-old has ended third and second.
Another that I think looks a cracking each-way wager is KELLY’S DINO (best price 25-1 / 8 places). The six-year-old is on top of his game following a win against Corelli, who ran on Friday at York. When you take a close have a look at some of the horses who have finished in behind Kelly’s Dino you’d be pretty shocked to discover. The favourite King’s Advice was pushed all the way by Outbox out time, the identical horse that Kelly’s Dino easily put away (over 1m 4f).
DOUBLE: First In Line & Laurens @ 15.8/1 )

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