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WISSAHICKON (best price 15-8) is the type horse in the race and will take some beating in the opener at York. As it reads zaakis form is not as good, I wouldnt read into the beating that is four-year-old Barney Roy if the Charlie Appleby horse had been returning to the trail. Wissahickon didnt pick up last time out and in the end was fairly pleased to finish a long way. Hell benefit from being rested and goes well clean.
BEAT LE BON (best price 5-1) is two from 2 at Goodwood, also in my eyes has a cracking opportunity to fill out the hat-trick. The 3 year old has won his last three races, which included a one length win Value Of Kent, who ran so well earlier in the holiday season. He didnt get the simplest of rides at the past triumph in Goodwood, but nevertheless won with ease.
FIRST IN LINE (best cost 7-2) created a huge impression when destroying the area at Doncaster, this is going to be a harder race for John Gosdens three-year-old but hes likely to relish the step up in trip. Whilst First In Line is the most probable winner, Im not having LARIAT (best price 33-1) because the standing man. The three-year-old finished in behind some decent types, and was banging on the door this year. Personal Secretary overcome him and went on to win at Goodwood. Sir Ron Priestley has won two on the bounce , and beat on him. Durston beat on him, who subsequently followed it up. 33/1 with four locations looks enormous, although it will be intriguing to see how he fairs over the space.
VIVIDLY (best price 15-2) wasnt fancied at all when winning out time, and was tipped by me at a significantly shorter price. On the other hand, some shocked by winning a race that was pretty good. That triumph was off the back of a spot on debut, dropping to the remarkable Sharp. African Swift completed fourth when Vividly won, and set in a solid performance on Friday. Charles Hills horse ought to return on a lot after that triumph.
LAURENS (best cost 11-4) was straight again back for her best when winning over in France, a triumph that quietened doubters following that disappointing outing at Ascot. The win at Deauville was her sixth at the maximum level. There isnt too much for her to beat here, clearly Cape Byron is a danger, but the only Id keep an eye is Sir Dancealot with this ground.
RAHEEN HOUSE (best price 8-1) appears to enjoy the more competitive races with plenty of runners, instead of the small fields hes been competing in. William Haggas is also in good shape, since moving to his yard, both coming over course and distance, and his five-year-old has finished second and third.
The other which I think seems a cracking each-way bet is KELLYS DINO (best cost 25-1 / 8 locations ). The six-year-old is at the very top of the game following a win against Corelli, who ran at York on Friday. When you take a look at a number youd be shocked to locate. The favorite Kings Advice was pushed all of the way by Outbox last time out, exactly the identical horse who Kellys Dino readily put away (over 1m 4f).
DOUBLE In Line & Laurens @ 15.8/1

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