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I’m going for RAINBOW REBEL to continue his rich vein of form and make it four wins on the bounce.
The five-year-old has really found his feet this year, with five of his nine victories coming since March.
Tidy wins at Hamilton and Pontefract were bettered by a brilliant run to win the Old Newton Cup at Haydock at the start of the month.
Joe Fanning and Mark Johnston have had some nice success in this meeting over the years and look set for more here.
Up next, I think Johnston looks like having another winner with DARK VISION .
The colt is two from a possible two after dominating displays at Yarmouth and York, so the step up to 7f shouldn’t be an issue at all.
Silvestre De Sousa is in scintillating form, following a 655/1 four-timer at Pontefract on Sunday, and should take all the beating.
Breton Rock was a shock 50/1 winner in the Lennox last year, but I cannot see that happening again.
The one I like here is Roger Varian’s EMMAUS , who is three from a possible four, with his only blip coming at Deauville last October.
He returned brilliantly to win on heavy ground at Leicester in April and is proven over this distance.
Andrea Atzeni rode the winner here 12 months ago and could repeat the trick here.
I’ll keep this short, as I cannot see who is beating STADIVARIUS here.
The colt won this race superbly against Big Orange last year and has since emphatically added the Yorkshire Cup and Ascot Gold Cup.
It should be another Group 1 for this fine four-year-old, but if you want some value then TORCEDOR in the straight forecast might be the best bet.
AL MUREIB was an impressive second at 20/1 on debut at Newmarket, where he was only beaten by another Godolphin colt Al Hilalee.
That was quite a tough debut that leaves him in high regard compared to many of the rest of the field who are appearing for the first time today.
The drop down to 6f looks a wise decision and I think he’ll take all the catching.
This is a tough handicap to call this one, but I think BARON BOLT looks a nice each-way bet.
The five-year-old has a decent record with five wins and nine placed finishes from 24 runs, though all his victories have come in smaller fields.
However, he was beaten by a neck here to Pettochside last October and has a string of second-place finishes in double-figure fields at Newbury and Newmarket.
His win at Epsom last time out was quite impressive and he could be ready for the step up here.
There’s two I like in the final race of the day.
The first is Richard Hannon’s ELYSIUM DREAM , who hasn’t won since her big victory in the Newmarket Auction Stakes in October 2017.
Her last two runs, however, have shown huge improvement with two seconds on the All-Weather.
Nicely handicapped at 8-11, I think she’s got a good each-way chance.
The other one that catches my eye is ZORAYA .
She won here nicely over 7f in October 2017 and also lost out by a neck over 1m here in May.
A decent effort when finishing second to Simply Breathless at Newmarket in June – finishing over four lengths ahead of ELYSIUM DREAM – also puts her nicely in the picture here.
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