CARRIE’S VISION comes from the William Haggas team that often has its juveniles fit and ready for their debut. She comes from a family that has won sprints and should run well.
Luchador looks the main threat after a good fourth on debut at Kempton earlier this month. She will come on for the experience.
CORROSIVE won nicely last time out in September without being asked too many serious questions from the saddle. He just went from the front and didn’t give his rivals a chance.
The step up to mile trip looks a wise move and there should be a lot more to come this season. Magical Sight should know his job on debut and rates a threat.
WITHOUT PAROLE created a good impression when winning without breaking sweat on debut at Newcastle last time out.
That was over this trip and he clearly goes well fresh so four months off the track isn’t a worry. There should be a lot more to come.
Ostilio has been knocking on the door and ran on well over this trip when second at Lingfield last time. He could improve for that fitness-wise.
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Mick Channon has made a bright start to the season and his BANKSY’S ART has every chance on this turf debut.
He some promise on the AW including when a fair fourth at Wolverhampton last time out. This trip suits and he should improve.
Dawn Dancer has missed the kick a couple of times but ran a fair race at Newcastle last time and there should be more to come.
MORDIN has already done well over a mile, winning at Lingfield and Kempton.
He now steps up in distance, which looks a wise move on his pedigree and because he wasn’t stopping in those two victories.
An opening handicap mark of 85 looks fair enough and he could leave that behind pretty quickly.
OUD METHA BRIDGE has been in cracking form on the all-weather at Kempton with a win and three seconds from his past four runs.
He’s improved over the winter so can step up on last season’s turf form. The trip is ideal and he’s 11lb lower than his last run coming back to the grass.
GLOBAL EXCEL should have won at Wolverhampton last time but had to come out wide turning for home and lost lengths before finishing well.
That will have blown the cobwebs away and he looks well handicapped returning to turf.
WHO TOLD JO JO didn’t handle Bath’s tricky track too well last time but still finished a good fourth of 18 runners off this mark.
She likes this trip and has the champion jockey on board today, which gives her every chance.
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