There's £50,000 on offer in this weekend's free-to-play ITV7 and Dave Smith has the guide you need for the crucial races.
Lightly-raced PIRATE KING should be suited by a step up in trip and could be the one to side with in a handicap that will test the stamina. He travelled well behind a clear-cut winner last time out and is a four-year-old on an upward curve. This is a marked step up in class but he can go well.
The fact that DUBAI LEGACY has had a run this year could swing this in his favour ahead of Flashcard. The selection was warm and on his toes before the Coventry but still ran a respectable race. That's rock solid form and he came back with a winning reappearance at Newcastle, with the 3lb he's been raised not tempering confidence.
A decidedly tricky affair with plenty of chances across the field. It may just pay to side with the Tom Dascombe-trained BARRISTAN THE BOLD who may be getting in lightly here off a mark of 90. He's drawn wide and that's reflected in his price, but he should go well nevertheless.
The way that ENBIHAAR won her race at Goodwood last time makes her a strong contender. The step up in trip should suit here with plenty of stamina on the dam side and she's lightly raced enough to be potentially very progressive.
Connections were of the view that TOO DARN HOT didn't quite see out the 1m2f at York in the Dante. His ultimately fruitless pursuit of Telecaster was prolonged and sustained, but he can gain compensation here at the hands of Magna Grecia, and perhaps Decrypt.
Potentially very quick ground for these sprinters and the drop back to 5f should be ideal for EL ASTRONAUTE. He ran creditably over 6f at York in the Group 2 Clipper Logistics Stakes when beaten by some stellar names; he can get back on the winning trail.
In what looks a terrific race it could pay to stay with BATTAASH who sets the standard here and arrives as the reigning champion. He can have an off-day and has significant dangers in Mabs Cross and Kachy, but they have been held by the selection before.