The Gordon Elliott yard have a solid record with their Flat runners at this meeting in the last four years and the five-year-old, TAKE A TURN
can make the most of his weight advantage to land the spoils here. The gelding can outsmart close rivals, Diamond Hill
for the Willie Mullins yard, Hot Beat
for last years winning stable and the Denis Hogan-trained, Kerosin
who is better than his last run at Royal Ascot suggests.
- Take A Turn
- Diamond Hill
- Hot Beat