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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
11 Producer (GB)
3 ch c Dutch Art - River Saint (USA) (Irish River (FR))
114-315 Mr J Palmer-Brown
S M Levey
He has won four times at 7f on good and good to soft ground. Finished 1 1/2l behind Ishvana when fifth of 22 at 14-1 on his latest outing in the Group 3 Jersey Stakes at Ascot over 7f (good) last month.
23 Arnold Lane (IRE)
3 b c Footstepsinthesand - Capriole (Noverre (USA))
220-108 Nick & Olga Dhandsa & John & Zoe Webst
M R Channon
Successful at 5f and 1m on good to firm and soft ground. Beaten 5l behind Aesop's Fables at 33-1 when last of 8 on his latest outing in the Group 1 Prix Jean Prat Group 1 at Chantilly over 1m (good) earlier this month.
34 Ewell Place (IRE)
3 br g Namid - Miss Gibraltar (Rock Of Gibraltar (IRE))
4213-0 Brendan Kerr, Mrs B B Mills
A winner at 6f on good to soft ground. Beaten 10l behind Ishvana at 100-1 when 16th of 22 on his latest outing in the Group 3 Jersey Stakes at Ascot over 7f (good) last month.
42 North Star Boy (IRE)
3 b g Acclamation - Isla Azul (IRE) (Machiavellian (USA))
490-064 Mr Robert Tyrrell
K T O'Neill
A winner at 5f on good to firm ground. Finished 4l behind Johnno when fourth of 6 at 9-1 on his latest outing at Sandown over 7f (good to soft) earlier this month.
55 Silverheels (IRE)
3 gr c Verglas (IRE) - Vasilia (Dansili)
30-2762 Goldswain Hunter Jefferson Williams
P F I Cole
A winner at 5f on good to firm ground. Beaten 4 1/2l by Scarf when second of 4 at 16-1 on his latest outing over this course and distance (good to soft) earlier this month.
PRODUCER warrants respect as the highest rated runner in the field on official figures and his mark looks fully justified based on his Jersey Stakes fifth at Royal Ascot last month, when beaten by less than two lengths. Richard Hannon's charge sets a clear form standard based on that effort and probably has most to fear from the ground today, since he's untried on anything this testing to date. Soft ground winner Arnold Lane and Silverheels, placed in Group 2 company as a juvenile, look the ones most likely to capitalise if the selection runs below form.