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Tabdeed drops down in class here and should be able to get his head in front in Listed company. A close third in Group 3 at Newbury last time, that makes him the one to beat. Lightly raced for a 6yo, we might not have seen the best of him yet. Chiefofchiefs has been running well in handicaps recently and is worth another chance back up at Listed level. Fourth in the Wokingham followed by a close fifth in the Stewards’ Cup over course and distance, that form should put him in with a chance on nabbing a place here. 

The Attorney

This is a tricky four-runner contest where The Attorney gets the nod. Charlie Hills’ son of Kodiac has taken a good step forward recently, scoring comfortably on quick ground at Leicester where he reeled in the winner with plenty to spare. He followed that up with a good win in a Racing League fixture at Lingfield off 7lb higher and the handicapper might not have caught up with him yet. Big Narstie is interesting first time out after a gelding operation but he would potentially want it a bit softer.

Live Your Dream

After missing the entirety of the 2020 campaign, Live Your Dream has developed into a very smart stayer this term and can win this en route to contesting black-type company. A winner over 2m at Newcastle before scoring over course and distance here last time out, he was ridden like the best horse in the race and that turned out to be the case, cruising into contention and seeing out the trip strongly. Dancing Harry, who is firmly on an upward curve, can chase him home.


This one has massively benefited from the application of blinker three starts back and can continue his progression here. Marco Botti’s gelding got off the mark over a mile and a half at Wolverhampton before finishing second over 1m6f at Yarmouth. The winner that day won off 4lb higher next time out, so that looks like a useful bit of form. He heads here after winning over that same at Chelmsford last time where the race wasn’t run to suit. He can go well off a strong gallop here.

About Newmarket Racecourse

Newmarket is home to two of the country’s five ‘Classics’, the 1000 and 2000 Guineas which usually take place on the first Bank Holiday in May. Overall, nine Group 1s occur at Newmarket on their two courses, the Rowley Mile and July Course. This course is often referred to as the ‘Headquarters of British Thoroughbred racing'.

The Rowley Mile is known for its undulated straight mile which the two Guineas races take place on. It is also the home of Tattersalls, the main auctioneer of racecourses in the UK. Newmarket is also the home to Juddmonte, where Frankel breeds, along with the training facilities of John Gosden, one of the most successful trainers of all time. Godolphin has two racing stables in Newmarket as well as Darley Stud. Racing at Newmarket traditionally begins with the Craven Meeting in April and finishes with the ‘Final Meeting’, at the end of October.

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