I have chosen two or three horses that like a bit of cut and one who is a real fan of Ascot. Firstly, Cape Byron (best price 10-1)??has raced three days at Ascot this year, winning all three events and even was able to beat the wet weather expert Donjuan Triumphant with ease past moment. Another that Im sticking is Hi Youmzain (best cost 11-2). When making all at Haydock the 2nd favourite impressed, and will hopefully be more comfortable than when last observed at Ascot. Donjuan Triumphant is you to keep an eye if it keeps raining.
I didnt really want to put up a 4/7 shot however there werent any without economies knocking about when composing, and that I dont believe Stradivarius (best price 4-7) will be beaten. He has proven himself to be the ideal and I can not see him getting beat here.
Thats left a bit of value with Fleeting, although I was shocked to see Anapurma favourite in this race in 9/2. Fleeting will be fed up of seeing Star Catcher, finishing second to the three-year-old on two events this season. I believe Fleeting w/o Star Catcher (best price 4-1) is a good bet.?? Despite A P OBriens horse not as likely to conquer Star Catcher (best price 7-4) I would be shocked to see her out of the areas. Star Catcher is the favorite, and has been in good form of late. Shes won her final three, and I would be shocked if she didnt land another.
There are a couple concerns the Revenant (best cost 3-1) hasnt conquered too much, however you can not argue with the figures, and also the gross profits in heavy conditions. The four-year-old was blowing off areas on floor that is terrible over in France, he should feel right at home this weekend.
Move Swiftly (best cost 25-1) seems pretty big in 25/1, the four-year-old struggled after making the trip over to France. But she impressed winning narrowly on soft ground at Ascot straight back in June. Has a excellent chance of putting.
Kynren (best price 8-1)??has got better and better this year, the run which really caught my eye was the second place end to Cape Byron. David Barrons horse won last time out on earth that is soft, also has shape at Ascot. There are a few that have a chance in this race, but with a few bookmakers offering six places, 8/1 for Kynren looks like cracking each-way value.