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Connections are Expecting the testing Requirements at Ascot will play to the hands of the Diamond at the Property Raceday Targets #3M Cumberland Lodge Stakes.

Mark Johnston filly has had a hectic summer effort.
Her initial foray into Group business followed at the DFS Park Hill Stakes, in.
Shes had a very productive time in the past month or so, winning her Listed race before finishing third at the Park Hill, said assistant trainer Charlie Johnston.
I guess the worry is that improvement appears to have coincided with her being stepped up to a mile and six (furlongs), and she is coming back to a mile and a half on Saturday.
However, it will look like conditions will be quite dreadful at Ascot – and there will be an emphasis on stamina above a mile and a half on soft earth – so hopefully that will play to her strengths.
William Haggas Faylaq is prominent in the marketplace, returning into the turf following a successful debut saw him win out an 11-furlong disability at Kempton last time.
A fruitful year has also seen that the son of Dubawi pick up handicaps at Ripon and Newmarket, prior to completing a span behind Richard Hannons Floating Artist.
(We are ) running back him fairly quick, but its probably his last run of the year, said Angus Gold, racing manager to owner Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum.
He has done really well. He is a fantastic, big horse.
Hes been immature, and it has taken a very long time to get him jointly. Hopefully he is on the ideal track today, so this may tell us a bit more.
Joe Tuite expects after claiming the Proper Grand Prix de Clairefontaine in his appearance, Surrey Thunder can enroll a second successive victory.
Despite performing well in a series of Group contests across Europe the Le Havre colt had been enduring a winless year.
He deserved to get his head before time, said Tuite.
He would hardly run a bad race season – and then he did it fairly closely, truth be told.
About Ascots going report of tender with heavy places on the round course, tuite is not concerned.
Wed planned this race along, he explained.
Its always seemed the perfect race for him, and he manages cut from the floor.
Lining up is Andrew Baldings Morando, twice a Group winner and in form after completing of a length behind Technician from the Group Three Unibet Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury in August.
Sextant, owned by the Queen and trained by Sir Michael Stoute, was fourth in exactly the race and re-opposes.
The gelded son of Sea The Stars has won three times per year, taking the Listed Sportpesa Stand Cup Stakes .
The line-up is completed with Tim Easterbys Wells Farhh Proceed and David Simocks Raakib Alhawa, a winner last time out.

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