CAPE VICTORY has proven a lot of promise in two all-weather runs and got here again from a break to go down in a photograph at Southwell final time. He wasn’t helped by lacking the kick there and must be a lot sharper for the expertise.
Simon’s Smile got here again to turf to complete a great second at Redcar final time and this slight drop in journey may assist.
Spirit Of Lund obtained caught within the mud at Haydock final time and is best judged on a close-up fifth right here on comeback in a handicap.
BAHLWAN saves his finest for this distance as he confirmed when profitable with a lot within the tank right here final trip. The handicapper has been honest with a 6lb rise within the weights and he can verify the placings with a number of of right now’s rivals.
Mr Shelby was a kind of left in his wake final time and may hit the body once more.
Roaring Rory was a stable third at Wetherby final time and a repeat of that may give him an each-way likelihood.
KUPA RIVER loved himself when profitable by greater than a size over course and distance final trip. He was in entrance a good distance from dwelling there and saved pulling out extra when wanted. He’s up 6lb for that however ought to go shut once more.
Proper Motion runs in the identical colors and dealt with an identical mark when profitable on his comeback at Doncaster final trip. He likes this journey and appears the largest hazard.
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MAYBE TODAY won on the all-weather before switching to turf for a close-up third in a solid handicap at Epsom last time out. He keeps it simple from the front, which can work around here, and he has every chance from the same mark.
Bayshore Freeway won easily enough at Bath latest and can stand a 4lb rise in the weights over an ideal distance.
Theglasgowwarrior was beaten just over a length here last time but that was a good effort and this slightly longer distance should suit.
CHAPLIN BAY has been knocking on the door on the all-weather but had solid turf form too last season and he’s off a much lower mark on the green stuff. This trip suits and, while he’s quirky, he’s also capable.
Donnelly’s Rainbow was a solid fifth at Thirsk last time when trying to come from a long way back. He’s down the weights and should be right there.
Christmas Night finished a length ahead of him in that race and is another for the shortlist.
MI CAPRICHO has had a couple of breathing operations and they did the trick when he held on well to score over course and distance last time out. He is up just 2lb for that and should be right in the shake-up again.
Erastus has had a wind operation over the winter and could be well handicapped on his best form. He managed to hit the frame several times last summer and has an each-way shout again.
Robben Rainbow wasn’t beaten far here latest and could hit the frame again.
GUNNABEDUN has been in excellent form on the all-weather and will go close if repeating those efforts on turf. He is up 5lb for scoring at Southwell last time when showing plenty of pace for this trip and he should be right on the premises again.
The Defiant has won two out of his past three and is capable of coping with a 7lb rise in the weights for the most recent, which came over course and distance.
Brahma Kamal was a good second to The Defiant on his handicap debut in that race and is capable of improvement with few miles on the clock.
TAWSEEF is an interesting runner given he has been hurdling with some success, including when second at Carlisle last time. He’s won twice in the in stronger races than this.
Frame Rate was beaten less than a length over 1m6f here last time and should handle this slightly longer trip from 3lb higher in the weights
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