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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
11 Electrolyser (IRE)
7 gr g Daylami (IRE) - Iviza (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA))
067-671 Mr And Mrs P Hargreaves
C G Cox
He has won four times from 1m 2f to 2m including a win on polytrack. A winner at 16-1 at Nottingham over 1m 6f (good to soft) on his latest outing last month, beating Zuider Zee by 2l.
23 Red Cadeaux (GB)
6 ch g Cadeaux Genereux - Artisia (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA))
105323- Mr R J Arculli
R L Moore
E A L Dunlop
Winner of five races from 1m 4f to 1m 6f including 2 wins on polytrack. Third of 13 behind Dunaden beaten 2 1/4l on his latest outing in the Group 1 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin over 1m 4f (good to firm) in December last year.
32 Barbican (GB)
4 b g Hurricane Run (IRE) - The Faraway Tree (Suave Dancer (USA))
11131-7 Mr John Stocker
Winner of six races from 1m 1f to 1m 6f including 2 wins on polytrack. Beaten 9l behind Opinion Poll at 9-2 when seventh of 12 on his latest outing in the Group 3 Dubai Gold Cup Sponsored By Al Tayer at Meydan over 2m (good) in March.
44 Colour Vision (FR)
4 gr g Rainbow Quest (USA) - Give Me Five (GER) (Monsun (GER))
S bin Suroor
He has won four times from 1m to 2m 2f. Third of 10 behind Fame And Glory beaten 1 1/2l at 10-1 on his latest outing in the Group 3 Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot over 2m (good) in October last year. Having his first run for a new stable today.
55 Solar Sky (GB)
4 ch c Galileo (IRE) - La Sky (IRE) (Law Society (USA))
21253-5 Lordship Stud
T P Queally
Sir H R A Cecil
A winner at 1m 4f. Finished 4l behind Electrolyser when fifth of 9 at 5-1 on his latest outing at Nottingham over 1m 6f (good to soft) last month.
66 Thimaar (USA)
4 b g Dynaformer (USA) - Jinaan (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA))
21801-1 Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum
J H M Gosden
He has won three times from 1m 4f to 2m including a win on polytrack. A winner at 4-1 over this course and distance on his latest outing last month, beating Gulf of Naples by 1l.
RED CADEAUX ran a fine race in defeat when flying the flag for Britain in the Melbourne Cup, losing out by just a nose to Dunaden, who had the beating of the selection again in the Group 1 Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin thereafter. Ed Dunlop's charge is a smart stayer in his own right, however, and can capitalise on a drop in grade to land a deserved victory. Thimaar and Electrolyser should inject pace into proceedings and both have place possibilities.