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- BLOOMEREC (2) has been runner-up in both his starts. He is distance suited and will be hard to beat in this line-up. If there is to be a danger it might come in the form of CLOTH OF DREAM (6) who is making his debut. UGATZAI (3) showed improvement when runner-up in a claimer last time out but will need to do more to win this race. BALERION (5) seems better than his last run and should run well.
- MISSION ALPHA (7) has been consistent so far and looks distance suited. Her form sets the standard for this race and it could be time for her to crack the ice. SALMA (5) has improved with each run and was runner-up over this track and trip last time out. She finished just ahead of HIMYAN (1) when they met last time out and there should not be much between them again. JULIE ANAIS (2) seems better than her last run and could contest the finish.
- ZINDERELLA (4) is in good form for her first crack at a handicap. Distance suited and the one to beat in a competitive race. WELCH FUSILIER (5) disappointed last time out but has done better in handicaps and can bounce back to score. ILATRAYA (8) prefers the grass so will improve on last run. MICHELANGELO (2) is better this distance and can go close to winning.
- A cracking race. LE LISTRAC (4) has been targeted for this race and he won over this track and trip earlier this month. GARDONS LE SOURIRE (1) has won over this course and distance and will be a threat once again. HARDI LES GARS (5) has been lightly raced this year so has improvement in him. HERALISTE (3) tackles stronger this time but is hat-trick seeking after some fair wins.
- HARPER (1) has only had the two runs this year and was not disgraced in both of them. He is fitter now and gets the vote to score. YOOZUNA (6) has been disappointing of late and all three of his wins were over further but he is capable of winning. GREY TORNADO (7) is fit and coming off a solid win so deserves respect. WALKING PAINTING (3) is hat-trick seeking after some nice recent wins.
- Most of the runners here are in good heart but it is AVEL DE KERBARH (3) who can get the job done. A good third at this course last time out suggests he is ready to score. HAPPY DE REVE (4) is a course and distance winner who is fit and ready to shine. HAPPYDENUO (6) ran well when runner-up last time out but probably prefers further. BALLY STONE (1) also prefers further but is not out of it.
- A weak race and anything is possible. MONTE CINTO (1) has not been at his best of late but is capable of bouncing back to score. TESTIPEDRO (6) has been very consistent of late and has a winning chance. GOOD DES LANDES (5) improved when dropping in distance and has only been modest around this distance but cannot be written off from winning. CUBA LIBRE (8) has run well this distance and is clearly not out of it.
- JACKSON DIGEO (2) has improved in each race this year and looked good when winning on debut last year. He can take out this lucky last race. PEDRA (8) is unreliable but did enough his penultimate start when runner-up to suggest he could be a threat this time. RINGO STAR (5) has yet to win a race but is in good form and not out of it. LUCIFERE DETEILLEE (6) showed improvement when fourth last time out and could have more in the tank.
- ASHALYKA (1), although well beaten in a Quinte+ recently, showed sufficient means by finishing 3rd in 3 consecutive starts prior to that so has a great opportunity to get back on track in these calmer waters and is taken to open her account here. Both INCLINATION (6) and ATTITUDE (3) are also capable of fighting for victory given the strength and consistency of their recent form. RONEA (9), despite her flop last time, is soon to be written off having finished 2nd on debut in his previous outing. GULF PEARL (2) and WATCHOUT (7) complete the shortlist.
- ASPHODELE MIA (8), on the evidence of her last-start 2nd, is close to reconnecting with success and ought to play another leading role. However, the same applies to recent Angers runner-up COSQUER VRAS (5) who, like the selection, won three starts back and finished 5th next time before his recent. Both TARCENAY (4) and BONNIE HOPPS (2), who has already run well at this venue, are also capable of staking a claim and could make their presence felt.
- Improving LAZYM (4), runner-up last time after finishing 4th in consecutive starts, has already shown sufficient means and is worth siding with here to make a winning handicap debut off a lenient opening mark. However, both RUMPLETAZER (3) and SABROSO (2) fit a similar profile and are likely to fight for victory. SOVER FAL (6), who only recently joined the skilled Adrien Fouassier, and top-weight SEDUISANTE (1) are not incapable of having a say too.
- With a comeback outing in his legs, proven frontrunner STRANGER (4) is good value to lead his rivals a merry dance as this track/layout should suit his running style. Stable companion HYGROVE BEC (2) drops significantly in class and should play a leading role too, with SAMAGACE DU VIVIEN (6) and ADEHAINE (10), on her return to France, likely to emerge best of the rest. PRINCE DES DUNES (3) completes the shortlist.
- PRINCE OF DAWN (1) is the highest-rated runner in the race and has an ideal opportunity to open his account given he has the benefit of experience that will stand him in good stead. Well-bred newcomer CANNJAYAR (7) could emerge the biggest threat as his rider takes a handy 3,5kg off the back. TRUBLION (2), consistent class-dropper AL ALAALI (4), and unexposed PETIT CHOSE (5) complete the shortlist.
- Newcomers make up more than half of the field, though preference is for those with experience. Having finished 2nd in 3 of her last five starts including her most recent outing, KOREA (4) ought to open her account under these conditions. Both BELLBIRD (2), who has finished 3rd in successive outings, and SEA MADAM (3), if judged on the promise of her debut 4th, have the means to pose a threat but will need to eke out some improvement to break their duck. RUE DE BRAQUE (7) is a nicely bred filly who appeals most of the newcomers.
- PLUMBAGO (1) shaped as a potential next-start winner when runner-up on debut and any improvement, given the benefit of that experience, should see him go one better here. Both consistent KAID GALESTE (3) and unreliable LE GAST (2) have the form and experience to give cheek, as does likely improver DUNARELOI (4) who finished an encouraging 4th on debut at Craon.
- Unlucky over 2100m here earlier this month, JESSY LUCKY (5) gets an Eric Raffin drive again and, with a more cadenced action, should more than make amends. Respectively 3rd and 4th that day, JESSIE LAKE (6) and JOLIE TEJY (9) both defied their odds and will be regarded with more scrutiny this time around. The temperamental JAMINISTAR (7) was still full of running when sanctioned at Angers and, on better behaviour, will be able to set the record straight.
- After an unprofitable start to his career, KEEP YOUR DREAMS (5) has since come good with three straight victories, latterly in style over course and distance, and will again take some beating. KAISER (1) is another good sort in the making and will be dangerous if he takes to the Vincennes profile. Like a horse reborn since July, KITALIANO ALGREF (7) won smartly on his recent debut at the venue and steps back up in trip with legitimate ambition. KOULOU GAGOU (6) is still somewhat green but is confirmed over track and trip and will have his chances, if applied.
- Enjoying something of a renaissance since starting to race barefoot, JOAL DU RIB (2) makes his much-awaited Vincennes debut and can wrap this up if he takes to the new conditions. The trickier JOTUNN DU DOME (12) is back in business following a couple of modest performances and, the hat-trick is not out of the question. JEREZ (8) is a tricky character but has merit and, with shoes off this time, looks a possible spoiler. JOYEUX NONNA (9) is on the way back up, is similarly barefoot for the first time, and has a realistic chance of trotting his way onto the podium.
- An excellent servant that thrives over course and distance, GRAAL DU TRESOR (8) left a very good impression on his comeback and looks the one to beat. Mathieu Mottier will, however, be keeping a keen eye on the recently unlucky GRIZZLY BEAR (6) who, with Eric Raffin in the sulky this time, can more than make amends. GIMY DU POMMEREUX (16) has not been seen at Vincennes for some time, but has references here and, with application, will not be far off the mark. GILMOUR (9) has already won here this season, gave a solid account at Enghien last time out, and will be ably reined by Francois Lagadeuc.
- One of the most generous horses in the field, GRAND SOURIRE (1) just missed out over track and trip a fortnight ago and, handed the inside line here, can again challenge for the win. There will be considerable resistance though from the better-positioned GORESTAN (3) who has already won twice under these conditions, and GOLDORACK (7) who has nothing to prove in this category. Seen more often in the amateur division, GUERRIER CASTELETS (8) nevertheless gave a good account here last time and, on better behaviour, can fight out the finish.
- Highly impressive in the Prix du President de la Republique, behind two very good horses who will be absent this time, JEAN BALTHAZAR (13) comfortably beat a number of these horses in the Gr.2 Prix Camille de Wazieres earlier in the month, and again looks the one to beat. Good runner-up to him that day, JE M'ENVOLE (7) goes barefoot again and must be regarded the principal danger. Third with an excellent finishing burst, JANE AIMEE (3) can again figure prominently, but may first have to defer to the tricky but talented JAGUAR DU GOUTIER (9) who faces his first real objective of the season.
- Good winner at Graignes before having victory taken away from her under these conditions a fortnight ago, GRANITA DE VIETTE (9) has been handed a tough draw, but has a revised shoeing formula, and can set the record straight. Eric Raffin will still want to be wary of the better-positioned GALAXIE DU HOME (2) who has been a model of consistency lately, and GLOIRE ROYALE (7) who returns to Paris on a hat-trick. GERGOVIE DE GODREL (1) is close to her race and will be no easy touch.
- Excellent since returning to group-racing, GRANIT MESLOIS (2) won the Prix Alfred Lefevre by a comfortable margin, leaving the heavily-backed FILWELL (4) in his wake, but the Levesque's horse is a tough nut to crack and can be expected to finish closer. Dependable most of the time when barefoot, and course-and-distance winner over the summer, FIGARO DE LARRE (5) will be well-supported. Close 2nd to Gigolo Lover in the Gr.2 Prix Camille Lepecq, FULTON (3) went on to finish 3rd to the favourite and must be taken seriously.
- A relatively open affair this, but it is still very hard to ignore the Vincennes-loving IRIS FROM (11) who, if race-fit, can get straight down to business. ICE CITRUS (9) had her measure at Chateaubriant a fortnight ago and, barefoot this time, will be no pushover. IDDEN FORTUNE (8) has not been seen out for two months but has freshness on her side and, shoes off for the occasion, should not disappoint. IDOLE D'OURVILLE (1) is never far from faulting but she held her own at Angers recently and will justifiably garner support.
By Mark Nunan - SURFERS PARADISE had the benefit of a previous run when finishing two lengths in front of the debutant Marty The Party over a furlong farther at Tipperary earlier in the month. The drop back to a stiff mile shouldn't be an issue and Joseph O'Brien's colt is taken to confirm the form. To judge by his starting price, not much was expected of Marty The Party on that first outing but he stuck to his task well and will be more streetwise now. Mo Ghille Mar shaped well on debut when third in a useful contest at Leoparstown but didn't build on that at Gowran next time. She may be suited by stepping up to this trip on easier ground. The selection's stablemate Salah Al Deen, fitted with a tongue-tie, was an expensive yearling and looks the most interesting of the newcomers. %0A
By Mark Nunan - There was money around for GESTURE when Eoghan O'Neill's charge ran respectably on debut at Leopardstown and the Bated Breath colt stepped up on that when third at Naas last week. He may be capable of further progress. Taraj split two subsequent winners when a staying-on fourth over a mile here last month and can confirm that form with House Of Aviz who was back in sixth. Gaspar De Lemos holds Group 1 entries and may show significant improvement from his debut fourth at Leopardstown. Scratched three times in July because of ground, connections obviously hold Versatile in some regard while No Knee Never is notable as a half-brother to his trainer's Irish Derby winner Latrobe.
By Mark Nunan - SAKTI improved from her debut to chase home subsequent Moyglare runner-up Vespertilio in a Group 2 over course and distance. That was a nice step forward from Ger Lyons' filly and she is taken to score here. Dollerina was unlucky in running when sixth in that aforementioned Group 2 and didn't get a chance to show her true level of ability when running short of room up the inner. It generally doesn't pay to side with unlucky losers but the rematch will be interesting. Content had no excuses when second in a Listed race on Champion Stakes day at Leopardstown but it was a smart-looking filly who beat her. Caught U Looking impressed in a useful auction maiden at Leopardstown and is well worth her place in the line-up.
By Alan Magee - GO ATHLETICO appears quite versatile ground wise and has done well since joining Ado McGuinness this spring. The French import won a Listed race at Cork on his Irish debut and has filled the runner-up spot on both outings since including behind Moss Tucker over course and distance. The five-year-old had a number of these rivals behind on that occasion and the winner has gone on to triumph at Group 1 level. Big Gossey is a model of consistency and recorded his fourth course win when taking the valuable Bold Lad Handicap a fortnight ago. He’s a credit to connections and is now on a career high mark of 105. Clever And Cool relishes testing conditions and her form has really gone up a gear with Stakes race wins recently at Cork and Tipperary, while Ocean Quest easily beat Aesop’s Fables on heavy ground at Navan this spring and showed good speed throughout when again scoring in fine style at Naas last time.
By Gary Carson - The form of UNCLE ALBERT'S runner-up effort at Sligo last month has received a couple of significant boosts since and he could be nicely treated here. He chased home Lia Fail then and the winner has gone on to follow up at Navan before grabbing black-type by finishing third in the Blenheim Stakes at Fairyhouse. Off just a 4lb higher mark than last time Uncle Albert could be well in. Pomeriggio ran a solid race when fourth on his handicap debut at Naas ten days ago and looks a potential danger. Vestigia ran really well when fourth in a valuable sales race at the Curragh on Irish Champions Weekend and a mark of 75 looks fair enough for his handicap debut. He does have to carry plenty of weight though.
By Gary Carson - Willie Mullins has a good record in this and may be able to scoop the massive pot with classy mare ECHOES IN RAIN. She found a mile-and-a-half around Galway a bit sharp last time when staying on late to finish third in listed company. The handicapper left her on the same mark after that performance and she should be better suited by this test of stamina now. Aidan O'Brien won the race last year with Waterville and St Leger fourth Tower Of London has to be given serious respect. The Galileo gelding is a progressive sort and ran really well behind stablemate Continuous in the classic eight days ago. His weight-for-age pull could be a big help. Teed Up, a dual winner at the Galway festival for Emmet Mullins, is another that has to be on any shortlist. He got a 12lb hike for winning the big amateur race at Ballybrit and this looks a bit tougher now.
By Gary Carson - LORD ERSKINE may be worth a shot here after a decent run at Listowel the other day. He was staying on late when fourth to Vera Verto in a competitive contest over a mile-and-a-half and stepping back up in trip should help. The forecast rain would also be in his favour. Crassus was a good winner at Down Royal last time, in a fast run contest over a couple of furlongs further. He clearly stays well and could be a big player again despite a 7lb rise for that victory. Gradulations also comes here in winning form, having scored over an extended mile-and-a-half at Down Royal back in late July. She tackles this kind of trip for the first time and it will be interesting to see how she fares.
By Gary Carson - AURORA PRINCESS ran well on the Flat at Gowran Park last time and with a mark of 75 she has to be a leading contender in this. She has actually been eased 3lb for her third placed effort in handicap company last month and comes out best of those with ratings in this. The 79-rated Noble Anthem has to give her 5lb so there isn't much between them and he is another big player. Stuzzikini, a decent sort over jumps, is another who could get involved.
- BLUE STORM struggled at Listed level in the National Stakes at Sandown but won well on debut and it would be no surprise to see him bounce back to form here, despite having to carry a 7lb penalty. Garfield Shadow lacks race experience but merits respect having cost 155,000 euros at a breeze-up sale earlier in the year. Good Point edges out Our Bank to be best of the rest.
- ACONCAGUA MOUNTAIN has to carry a 5lb penalty for his success over this distance at Ayr on Thursday, but this is a weak contest and Iain Jardine's five-year-old is very hard to oppose. Ski Angel failed to fire behind the selection that day but can be given another chance based on her previous form, while Captain Corcoran and Annie Maher complete the shortlist.
- BRINGBACKMEMORIES was not beaten far off a mark of 73 over 1m2f at Redcar earlier in the week and, based on that evidence, the four-year-old could outclass his rivals now switched to selling company. Yeeeaah won a handicap at Carlisle on his most recent outing, but that came off a rating of 55 so he has plenty to find with the selection. Dark Company also needs to improve to score, but could make the frame.
- LOVE LIES continues to go from strength to strength as a young sprinter, and a mark of 78 on her handicap debut could prove lenient on the back of comfortable successes at Newcastle and Ayr. Archie Watson's charge is preferred to recent C&D winner Iris Dancer, who took this prize home last year, and the winning machine Isle Of Dreams, who has scored on six of her last seven outings.
- BLAZING SON has shown more than enough in recent outings, including when narrowly denied at Doncaster on his penultimate start, to suggest that he can regain the winning thread. The form of his stable is another plus and he may have too much for bottom-weight The Gay Blade, who occupied the runner-up berth over C&D earlier in the month and struck at this meeting 12 months ago. Completing the shortlist are Elladora, Glorious Rio and Mighty Gurkha.
- BARROLO didn't enjoy the smoothest of passages when on a hat-trick at Newcastle earlier in the month and is fancied to finish two places better than that third-placed effort to regain the winning thread. Blue Antares has been posting some creditable efforts in defeat of late and should be on the premises once more, while Rory The Cat is a potential improver on his first attempt at 1m3f.
- KELLS escapes a penalty after romping home in an apprentice handicap at Thirsk on Monday and the six-year-old is hard to oppose if coping with the quick turnaround. Black Smoke ran with plenty of encouragement when runner-up on his stable debut for Mark Loughnane at Bath and may give the selection most to think about. Tafsir is also worth a look now dropping in class, with the switch to turf likely to aid the daughter of Tamarkuz.
- GOZO was arguably the best of these on the Flat and he offers a more convincing profile than most as regards to stamina, so he edges the vote now he switches codes. Logistical appeals most of those with previous hurdles experience, although Feach Amach, who was rated 80 on the level during his time with Jim Bolger in Ireland, can also go well if building on last month's hurdles/stable debut at Fontwell.
- With Imperial Alex lacking experience over regulation fences, and both Honneur De Sivola and Tamaris needing to better their previous chasing form, it can pay to take the view that GAMBIE TIEP is up to the task of giving weight all round here. A 10-length winner last time out, a 6lb higher mark looks very manageable for the top-weight in this company and he is fancied to complete a double. Recent Fontwell chase winner King Of The Story is feared most.
- Proper Twelve scored over this trip at Market Rasen when last seen in May, but a 9lb higher mark may leave him vulnerable now returning from a break. With that in mind, the consistent POLLYPOCKETT is preferred, with her match-fitness proven after a close second to a progressive mare last month and she can go one place better off just 1lb higher today. Ten Past Midnight and Ranco are also feared.
- CALL ME ROCKY just failed to reel in a couple of progressive rivals at Uttoxeter 11 days ago, but that would appear to be decent form for the grade. Milton Harris' charge is only 1lb higher today and gets the nod over Get Back Get Back, who won this race in 2020 off a 1lb higher mark and ought to appreciate the combination of a drop back in trip and class. Hiconic is another to consider.
- Post No Bills has been admirably consistent over the larger obstacles and though he's unlikely to be far away, preference is for ONLY MONEY to follow up his victory in this race 12 months ago. Chris Gordon's charge is only 2lb above his last winning mark, a contest in which he comprehensively defeated the reopposing Elios D'Or, and a drop in class ought to aid his chances. Sea Prince could be involved if putting his best foot forward.
- EASY PEASY picked up well to make a winning debut at Killarney in July and now makes his first start for the powerful Nicky Henderson yard. The strength of that form is open to debate, but the Walk In The Park filly is bred to be useful and natural progression could see her repeat the dose. Private Walker, who finished a creditable third at Stratford first time out, appeals as the main danger. Debutant No Touching can chase the pair home ahead of Highway One O Four.
- The drop in grade can help the unexposed ATTACHE return to winning ways at the main expense of Power Alley and Seas Of Normandy.
- CENTURION could be hard to stop in a race of this nature, although Levy and Punctuality are capable of giving him plenty to think about.
- New Boss and Linguistic both merit plenty of respect, but the vote goes to GOIN' GOOD following her placed efforts at stakes level in recent months.
- BACK TO REALITY showed plenty of promise on debut and could be hard to stop with the benefit of that experience. Others to note are Savage Kiss and Colonel Barton.
- FIGHTING BACK took a step forward when second at Ellis Park last time and he wouldn't have to find much more to score here. Others to consider are Roundball Rock and Presider.
- SMOKEY SMOKEY has made the frame in both previous starts and has every chance of getting off the mark here. Snead edges out Creek to be best of the rest.
- The unexposed SISTER KISSES can take this race on her way to bigger targets, while Alsanah and Ship It could fight it out for the minor money.
- Souper Explosive and Fast N Happy could both go well, but preference is for PORT TOWNSEND after her promising debut effort last month.
- SAQEEL's most recent efforts in defeat suggest that he could be hard to stop in a race of this nature, although Dai Vernon and Secret Pocket should not be discounted.
- LADY GOLDSTART accounted for a few of these at Ellis Park last month the five-year-old could complete the hat-trick here. The shortlist is completed by Little Jewel and Current Climate.
- Having been narrowly denied over C&D last time, REGAL REDWOOD can make amends and go one better, possibly at the main expense of Right Hand Ryder. Uncle Leon heads the remainder.
- SONOFAFINCH pulled clear in the closing stages to record a comfortable success at Santa Rosa last month, and a similar performance could see him repeat the dose. Stormin Galileo and Mr. Clutch are feared most.
- Third in a much stronger race at Del Mar on her debut last month, SING A HAPPY SONG can exploit a drop in grade to strike at the second time of asking. Others to note include Tiff With Jimmy, Magic Wanderer and Meadowood.
- Wild Billy D has been knocking on the door in recent starts and is unlikely to be far away, along with Goldenspa, who looks set to appreciate a drop in grade. However, fellow class-dropper BIG BENO has shown more of late and he shades preference.
- Many of these arrive with something to prove, so it might pay to side with WRONG SPOT, who showed signs of promise in a stronger race at Del Mar last month. Table For Two and George Herman Ruth are others to consider.
- A competitive race for the grade, with a tentative vote going to SALOON, who romped home on his first attempt over C&D earlier this month. Fellow last-time-out winners Morethanreadyeddie and My Mamba complete the shortlist.
- GENERAL'S DUTY had chief rival Vax A Nation (third) behind when runner-up at Colonial Downs last month and that looks the best form on offer. The Jane Cibelli inmate may confirm his superiority and gain a first success of the season. Bold Licorice makes most appeal of the remainder.
- AMIRATI has run with credit on her last two appearances and this looks a suitable opportunity to gain a breakthrough success. Any Fools Gold and Buzzaway shouldn't be far behind.
- This represents a drop in class for MICROPHONE and the son of Siyouni is fancied to land a second triumph of the year. Wish Me Home and Tom Hagen top the list of threats.
- Last-time-out winners Hard Sting and BAHAMA CHANNEL could fight this out, with the latter edging the vote given that his fitness is assured. Ekati's Verve often runs his race and can claim the remaining place.
- CANNON'S ROAR showed that he still retains plenty of his ability when holding on at Laurel last month and could be up to completing a brace. The progressive Dear Santa and fellow last-time-out winner Uncle Curly are viable alternatives.
- MOCEPHUS looked a different proposition when winning for new connections over C&D recently and rates as the one to beat on that evidence. His Name Is Sue and Royal Spy could give the selection most food for thought.
- Chuck Willis and Boat's A Rockin would hold leading claims if back on song and they can't be discounted, but the consistent WHENIGETTOHEAVEN rates as a more solid proposition and gets the nod.
- Several debut winners who are open to significant improvement, with BOY MAGIC creating the deepest impression. Chat Blanc and the progressive Catahoula Moon head the dangers.
- ABSTRACT MOMENT has lost little in defeat in stronger contests at Colonial Downs of late and should prove a tough nut to crack. In Her Cups is the standout danger on her C&D second earlier in the month, with Lenamagnetta next best.
- Ghost Bayou holds a few of these based on recent performances, but Kirby Kaye and ORNATELY are both open to more improvement, with the latter offering slightly more appeal after a comfortable success over 1m here last month.
- GLORY O was a comfortable winner over an extended 5f here 17 days ago and another step forward would make her hard to beat. Sexy Brown is another going the right way, while Cueca is another to note.
- MUTED is an appealing choice dropping back from Grade 3 company and may have the most to fear from My Destiny and Adaline Julia.
- SUNLIT SONG registered a five-timer before a near miss at this level at Lone Start Park last time out. Paluxy and Presidential are others fancied to be on the premises.
- Curlin's Magic is a player, while Hittin My Stride won well on her debut. However, previous stakes winner TX WOMEN FOR ARTS has the most convincing profile at this level.
- GENERAL SHIPMAN has won both of his previous starts in a comfortable manner and this progressive son of Midshipman may be a step ahead of Third Street and Tigers 'n Bears.
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