JOHN Gosden can land a giant pot at Ascot this weekend with the proficient Il Primo Sole.
The three-year-old is a 14-1 shot to land the £150,000 Gigaset Worldwide Stakes over 7f.
The colt regarded an thrilling prospect when bolting up on his debut at Yarmouth final summer time.
After two shock defeats, he returned in April to win impressively at Kempton beneath Rab Havlin.
He ran higher than his ending place of eighth suggests within the French 2000 Guineas subsequent time and he caught the attention within the Britannia at Royal Ascot final month.
The son of Raven’s Go was an excellent fifth to Ostilio, who was allowed to dominate on the front-end, creating the impression a drop again from a mile would assist.
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He’s a robust travelling kind who ought to have a robust tempo to goal at with a most subject of 29 possible.
After only a handful of begins he stays open to a great deal of progress, whereas he additionally receives a helpful three-year-old weight allowance.
He’s extensively obtainable at 14-1 and appears a rock-solid wager, with the forecast fast floor no challenge.
There are a number of forward of him within the betting, however the present favorite Flaming Spear may not line up within the race if the bottom stays quick.
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Makzeem has experience of big fields but is starting to look exposed, while Ripp Orff is having his third run in a short space of time.
Mubtasim has a point to prove having flopped in the Bunbury Cup, so the biggest threat may come from 20-1 shot Louie De Palma.
The unexposed six-year-old was a beaten favourite at Windsor last time but is likely capable of better.