There’s just two that really stand out with firms offering four places, particularly for me in the ITV opener.
Rosadora (11/1) has been operating some fairly solid races this year, but has slipped under the radar somewhat. She had been last seen finishing a couple of lengths behind Graceful Magic along with Rose of Kildare in Newmarket. She completed a very close runner-up at this course in Doncaster. Others look exposed.
Business Mix (15/2) has produced a couple of decent runs of late, and also this two year old should remain progressing. Even though she finished second to Lover Powerful time out, there were a few good horses behind, including Caspian Queen, that has since beaten Graceful Magic.
It will take a brave punter to take on the favorite in the race. She had been mightily impressive last month, when breaking her duck at Goodwood over this space. If a similar effort reproduces she’ll be much too great for this particular field, despite losing weight to all of her younger rivals.
Considering Andy Holding’s listing in two races, this might be one for him. However, there are.
The very first is Rayong who finished a distant second in York on Mums Tipple. Not a lot of horses could have paired Mums Tipple’s run so there’s no embarrassment. The two-year-old still beat some horses, and also has put in a run contrary to Liberty Beach this season, a horse I hold in high esteem. Appears Ranked with firms at 16/1.
The second horse I like is Electric Storm. I think bookies have been too fast to judge this particular horse. Both year-old moved off at back May. Since completed a very close third and 10, he is. Could be of a lot longer capable. Worth a wager at 18/1.
Cloak Of Spirits (5/2) didn’t have the easiest of outings at Ascot, but nevertheless won with ease. This form has been boosted by a few behind. She holds an entry in the Group 1 Fillies Mile. She must be great for this area.