Steve Mullen guides you through Thursday’s racing from Worcester, Sandown, Yarmouth, Doncaster and Newbury
PRINCESS KEIRA looked a nice prospect when beaten a neck on her debut at Nottingham last time out. She came with a late rattle there and would have won in a couple more strides.
She wouldn’t have to improve much to get the better of Global Rose who also did well on debut.
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DUKE OF BRONTE did really well to win over 1m4f at Newbury last time despite being forced to sit and suffer as the pace picked up.
He showed decent pace to win once in the clear and gives the impression that the longer trip will bring improvement. That was on fast ground but he’s run well in the soft before.
BILLESDON BROOK will go close if taking to this softish ground on her first attempt on it.
She was very impressive when winning decisively at Kempton last time on the back of a good run at Salisbury. This trip evidently suits here and there should be more to come at this early stage.
Enable heads a field of ten declared for Saturday’s King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes
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Frankie Dettori on a ‘grim’ diet as he makes the weight to ride Enable in the King George
Provided the ground doesn’t get a lot softer, EYNHALLOW looks the one to beat. He’s won two of his past three outings and had plenty in hand when scoring at Salisbury last time out.
He’s up 6lb for that but his capable claimer takes most of that off his back.
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PARADISE COVE relished the soft conditions when winning as he liked at Ayr last time out. His rider barely had to shake the reins to record that victory and a handicap mark of 74 doesn’t look too strong.
FINALE looked at home with some cut in the ground when winning by two lengths at Nottingham last time. That was over this distance and was a good effort after four months off.
There should be more to come and a 5lb rise in the weights looks fair.
MISTER MUSIC likes it here and has been in good form without managing to win. The handicapper has nudged him down the weights despite a solid effort at Kempton last time and he has no problem with some give underfoot.
1.40 Fyre Cay
2.40 Outlaw Torn
3.15 Midnight Whistler
3.50 Erissimus Maximus
4.25 Yorkshire Rover
4.55 Canadian Royal
5.30 Luv U Whatever
6.00 Dazzle Gold
6.30 Miss Mo Brown Bear
7.05 Big Tour
2.20 Romeo Is Bleeding
2.55 Clearly Capable
3.30 Mr Caffrey
4.00 Novis Adventus
4.35 Ahead Of The Curve
5.05 Free Stone Hill
5.40 Varene De Vauzelle
5.45 Parish Boy
6.15 Alfa McGuire
6.45 Wannabe Friends
7.50 Bint Arcano
8.55 Savannah Moon