ONLY SPOOFING ( best price 15-2) did not look his best when operating Chelmsford, but has since been rewarded for a few weeks. The five-year-old has been in cracking form this year racking up a hat-trick of successes in July. His win came in Ascot, in which he pulled out from Arecibo close to the lineup. The pair ended a great distance. Arecibo has gone on to complete an extremely helpful third in York.
This is a tricky race, so I’m not that convinced who have the conditions and excursion. Therefore I’m going to have a punt on VICTORY COMMAND (best cost 15-2), a horse which has previously enjoyed this trip and also running at Beverley. The bit of cut in the ground should not be a concern. The three year old wasn’t ashamed this season when taking on a contest at York and Goodwood.
COUNTRY (best price 5-2) is your deserving favourite in the next race at Sandown, and has every opportunity to make it four in a row. The three year old conquer out Cardano last time, that has since gone on to score. I think he’s been underestimated, although he’s gone up in the weights after that race.
OUTBOX (best cost 6-4) should be too great for this area and will delight in moving right back into 1m 6f. The Simon Crisford horse pushed King’s Advice at Goodwood earlier all the way . He did not finish a lot behind the gifted Corelli out time.
JUBILOSO (best price 10-11) was flying when finishing third in Goodwood. She had some difficulty during the race and fought to get the pack out, but when she did she was very striking. Sir Michael Stoute’s horse has completed behind Billesdon Brook and See Me on her two defeats. She deserves to be favorite in the race, and will go away odds-on.
POSITIVE (best price 1-1)??finished the nearest to the potential monster which is Pinatubo in Goodwood. Visinari was back in that race, and contains over eight spans to discover. I have been much more impressed with the outings of the horse of Clive Cox compared to Al Suhail.

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