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2.30pm – Final Song
3.40pm – Magical
4.20pm – I Can Fly
5.35pm – Temple of Heaven
When Final Song won an Ascot 5f fillies race by five lengths last months, she was immediately earmarked for this juvenile sprint race by the Godolphin team. However, there will be no lack of opposition in a multi-runner field with American Wesley Ward expected to saddle Kimari who slaughtered her four other opponents when winning her only race during April. Easy Chester winner Raffle Prize is also expected to compete but she may be a better filly over six furlongs rather than the minimum distance.
Magical may not have produced her best form towards the end of last season but in winning all three of her races this term, there are signs that she has progressed into a top-class 4-year-old filly. Since reverting to this 1m2f distance during 2019, she has been rarely troubled all season. However, this race represents a much tougher contest with unlucky ‘Arc’ second Sea Of Class competing for the first time this season. The William Haggas trained filly had won four successive races before her short head defeat by Enable at Longchamp, but 1m2f may not be her most effective distance. Of the other contenders, Crystal Ocean has yet to win a Group 1 contest while Zabeel Prince has benefitted from the extra distance when winning both races over 1m1f this season. French raider Waldgeist should also not be ignored after comfortably winning last time on his seasonal debut in the Longchamp Group 1 Prix Ganay.
Having won five of her previous seven races and finished second in the other two, Pretty Baby should be a leading contender for this Group 2 contest over one mile. She is an improving filly but this race will be her toughest assignment after narrowly winning a Group 3 event last time. Rawdaa from the Michael Stoute stable will provide strong opposition after just failing to overcome Lah Ti Dar last time at York but there is a suggestion that she may be more suited to running over further than this one-mile distance. Among the remainder of the opposition, Aidan O’Brien trained I Can Fly has failed to date at Group 1 level but a very slow start probably cost her any hope of winning at Leopardstown last time. She still finished second and could progress for that performance.
For this 5f Listed race for 2-year-olds, American trainer Wesley Ward is optimistic of a good performance from Foolish Humor who was a winner of her only start last month. That race was at Belmont Park on turf and she did show a lack of experience at the finish despite the comfortable victory. Leading the British challenge is likely to be Temple Of Heaven who narrowly won a particularly rough race at Newbury last time. That experience could work to his advantage in this 20+ runner field.
The odds for the 4-fold accumulator is a massive 756/1 with bet365.
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