What an opener on the final day, they certainly won't be hanging around with GOSHEN
and Aspire Tower
in attendance. The first-named has looked seriously impressive in his winning sequence and it's questionable if anything can go by him. He's likely to set a frantic pace and, seemingly, won't stop. The Skelton runner is preferred of the other pair, with Aspire Tower a last-time-out faller. Adonis winner Solo
put in a very smart performance and Paul Nicholls thinks he's got a star in the making, but this will be run a lot differently and, as such, is another big test. Stablemate Sir Psycho
is no back marker while Navajo Pass
and Burning Times
appeal at bigger prices.
- Sir Psycho