The betting will obviously be a good guide but MUTLIPLY BY EIGHT is related to useful juvenile sprinters, including a Queen Mary winner, so should have plenty of zip for this trip.
Sneaky has had racecourse experience and did herself few favours when rearing as the stalls opened on debut at Kempton last time. She finished a fair fifth in the end and is capable of better.
The Queen’s Divine Covey is bred to handle a sprint trip as a juvenile and is one to watch in the market.
SEEUSOON finished well when third at Chester last time over 1m4f. He didn’t get much luck there and was forced wide, which never helps on the Roodee.
He shapes as though this longer distance will help and he’s fairly handicapped. Prefontaine showed some good signs last season including with a couple of good runs at Haydock and a win at Nottingham.
This is a fair hike in distance for his three-year-old debut and it could bring out the best in him.
Rowland Ward had a bit up his sleeve when scoring at Doncaster latest, seeing out the 1m4f well. He is up 6lb but it’s early days and there will be more to come.
FOX LEICESTER has done well in this three runs this year with a win on the all-weather before a good fourth here and third at Newmarket last time. He drops a couple of classes here from a reduced mark and looks the one to beat.
Promise Of Success was a good third on her turf debut at Salisbury last time out. He needed it after three months off and he travelled well enough to handle dropping back to a mile.
Sparkle In His Eye is an all-weather winner who shaped well in third at Windsor latest after a break. He should step up on that good run, while Hold Still was a good winner on the AW last time and would be a threat if translating that to turf.
POUR ME A DRINK did well to win on his handicap debut at Haydock last time out. That was over a mile but he was staying on well and shapes as though this longer distance will bring further improvement.
Fox Premier appreciated going up in distance when winning on comeback at Chelmsford last time out. That built on his good form over a mile last season and there should be a lot more to come.
Sameem caught the eye with a narrow third at Ripon last time and is another progressive type.
GOLD STICK was impressive when winning at Wetherby last time by more than three lengths over this distance. He saw out this distance nicely and looks capable of a lot more progression.
Pondus battled on well to score at Nottingham last time when relishing every yard of this trip. That was just his second run so there should be more to come.
Indignation is a nicely bred newcomer worth watching in the betting, while Maiden Castle looks capable of winning a race like this after a good second at Chepstow latest.
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NEW JAZZ found a mile on the short side for her handicap debut at Newmarket last time. She was still a fair fifth but was doing her best work at the finish.
She steps up in distance here from a handy mark and looks the one to beat. Hallalulu kept on well over a mile when winning at Salisbury last time out. She quickened nicely and even a 7lb rise in the weights shouldn’t stop her.
Chicago Doll was a solid third on her comeback at Wolverhampton last time out. She looks capable of going close off this mark.
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