Should go well
I liked this colt when I rode him to finish second to a decent sort on the Rowley course over this trip back in May. He then took his chance in what turned out to be a very good Heron Stakes at Sandown, and didn’t run badly at all considering he had the likes of King Of Comedy and Sangarius in front of him.
He clearly doesn’t have an easy task giving the weight away, but he has probably earned his mark of 105 and, into handicap company for the first time and back up to 1m2f, I can see him going well. We think Solid Stone is better than he showed at Newbury last time, too.
She made a very taking debut at Ascot and clearly progressed a fair deal when third to Raffle Prize in the Queen Mary. That looks a strong race, with the fourth Liberty Beach winning the Dragon Stakes in some style next time, and hopefully this filly can progress again. She will need to, as she re-opposes the Ascot winner again here, albeit on 3lb better terms, and takes on a lot of other very smart-looking fillies.
In fact, with the first two home in the Albany in here and three other promising winners, this is a very hot renewal.
Evenly level matched race
Just the six runners but you genuinely wouldn’t be surprised if any of them won.
I Can Fly may not have quite matched the level of her neck second to Roaring Lion in the QEII in her recent starts, but she hasn’t been that far off in defeat, and she put up another good effort when third in the Duke Of Cambridge under a 3lb penalty. That was actually a very commendable run – those penalties are tough to overcome – and it puts her right in the mix in an open Group 1, in which you probably have to say that Foret winner One Master is possibly the one to beat after her Queen Anne third.
Promise with Mister Kipling
I didn’t ride him, or in the race, on his debut but he clearly shaped with a lot of promise when second to his stablemate and Chesham Stakes runner-up Lope Y Fernandez . He is related to some class acts, notably Seventh Heaven, and with even normal improvement here you would expect him to be very competitive.
He hasn’t won for a while but he has been knocking on the door and it could well be this is his best trip these days on the evidence of his staying-on fourth over 6f at Pontefract last time. He has come down a lot in the weights in the past year or so, so hopefully he can get back to winning ways if it all drops right for him on a track where he has run very well before.
Savalas should show his 2018 form
This race has cut up a hell of a lot at the overnight stage, which is good news for those who have stood their ground. Savalas hasn’t been running too well of late by the looks of it, but he has come down 9lb in the weights as a result and hopefully the re-fitting of cheek pieces will allow him to come back to the form he showed in 2018. If he does then he is weighted to win this, or at least go very close, as he went well at this meeting last year off a much higher mark than this.
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