15:45 Haydock Sat 12 May 2018
Listed-race winner at York in September before finding the company too hot in a Group 3 contest at Ascot on his final start of last season. No easy task conceding weight all round on his seasonal reappearance, but may improve as a four-year-old.
Just in front of Tommy Taylor when sixth at Ascot in September and is 4lb better off. Has run plenty of times since, including when winning a valuable prize in Qatar in February. Battle-hardened and likely to go close.
Last year's winner whose latest success came on the AW at Kempton in January. Has a little bit to find on official ratings, but likes top of the ground and has a chance over a C&D which clearly suits.
Useful at his best when trained by Ed McMahon and Robert Cowell, but has not been sighted since July, 2016, and starts out for a new trainer. Can only be watched after so long on the sidelines.
Capable mare who has won five of her 12 starts on turf. Outclassed in Royal Ascot's Diamond Jubilee Stakes on last start of 2017 and may need this run after her long absence. Worth a market check, though.
Last Year's Winner
|T: B SmartJ: Connor Beasley|
Dancing Star (15/8), Intisaab (11/4), Mythmaker (10/3), Tommy Taylor (7/2), Mobsta (16/1), Secretinthepark (40/1)
- Tommy Taylor
- Dancing Star
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