The opening race is a 1m3f handicap for horses rated 0-90 and, judging by his explosive success at Haydock last time, MAFIA POWER  could end up being a bit better than his current rating of 85. 

He has always been highly thought of by his trainer Richard Hannon and with his yard in flying form, I see no reason why this horse won’t keep on improving.


KHALOOSY  won’t be the biggest priced horse on the card, but he may be the most exciting.

He absolutely bolted in at Royal Ascot in a time that would suggest he’s a Group 1 horse.

This race isn’t the strongest I’ve seen and with his yard in red-hot form, he’s going to be very tough to beat.



The Golden Mile Handicap is always a really tough and competitive race to win and we know a lot about most of the horses, of which plenty are exposed.

FOX PREMIER  runs for Betway ambassador Andrew Balding and he’s one of the most unexposed in the race.

On the some of the form he showed last year, he could be well-handicapped off his mark of 97.

He was a really good second at Goodwood last summer and while he disappointed on his only start this season, he may have needed than more than his connections had anticipated.

If he runs to his best form, he could run into a place.


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