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This colt looked in need of the experience on his recent Kempton debut in a decent-looking maiden, catching the eye getting the hang of things in the closing stages to take fourth.
He should be all the wiser for his initial outing, as plenty of Richard Hannon's juveniles have been this season, and Frankie Dettori takes over from Sean Levey in the saddle.
On top of that, Hannon has won this event twice in the past three seasons so everything looks in place for a bold bid.
City Of Joy was one of the biggest eyecatchers during the Ebor meeting at York and the form of that major mile handicap won by Mojito looks extremely solid.
Slow starts have blighted his career to some extent but there's a huge amount of ability bubbling away under the surface and it wouldn't be a great surprise to see him develop into a Pattern-class performer next season.
His three wins have come in field sizes of 11, seven and seven, so this could be the time to get him on side rather than in any huge-field handicaps.
There isn't a racing notebook in the land without the name Brorocco etched into it and despite scrubbing it out after his third at Yarmouth in July, he's gone back on the list in light of two decent efforts during last month.
Granted, he's not one for maximum faith but he's surely capable of running up to a mark of around 100 if everything drops his way and a small each-way interest in a weekend multiple might be the time he finally delivers a healthy return.
Gorgeous Noora has reportedly been working away nicely for a while now and her return to action is eagerly anticipated.
The daughter of Raven's Pass made two promising appearances on the all-weather towards the end of last year, building on her Chelmsford debut third to win by six lengths over six furlongs at Wolverhampton.
Both races have thrown up an impressive number of subsequent winners - nine from the Chelmsford race and 12 from the Wolverhampton maiden - so there's every chance Luca Cumani's filly has been underestimated with an initial mark of 83.
The big question is whether she'll need the run, but it looks worth chancing she's ready enough to go close.