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Joy Choi
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Since moving to Malcolm Saunders' yard back in April, Joy Choi has been very consistent on the track, not finishing outside of the placings in all five of her starts. The three-year-old was successful on her seasonal reappearance at Chepstow (6f) and has had some near misses since then. She remains off the same mark as her runner-up finish over this C&D last week and has a great chance of landing her second victory of the year.

City Runner
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There have been encouraging signs in all three of City Runner's appearances to date, with him in contention at the finish in each of those outings. It is interesting that connections have opted to fit the blinkers for the first time here and they must feel the headgear will provide the requisite boost to help him to break his maiden at the fourth attempt. No horse in this race has more experience than the son of Caravaggio and William Buick's booking has to be a bonus.

Crystal Starlet
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Crystal Starlet stepped up from a disappointing debut at Newbury to hit the frame over this C&D earlier this month. A tongue-tie was applied for the first time when she finished third of 10 and that may have made a big difference. Sir Michael Stoute's filly can continue her progression as this does not look to be a particularly strong race. The daughter of Frankel will receive weight from the colts and geldings in this field and she can take full advantage of her allowance.

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It has been an impressive start to the career of Tynwald, who has a 100 per cent record after two appearances. The gelding, who runs in the colours of the Queen, made all last time out at Bath over the extended 1m3f trip, finding an extra gear whenever his rivals got close. An opening mark of 82 seems workable as this horse remains open to improvement and he should still be unbeaten at the end of this final race on the card at Windsor.


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Leg 1
Joy Choi
Coco Bear
Leg 2
City Runner
Rose Barton
Leg 3
Free Love
Leg 4
Crystal Starlet
Leg 5
Apricot Moon
Glen Esk
Leg 6

About Windsor Racecourse

Monday evenings throughout the summer are rarely better spent than enjoying one of Windsor’s flat meetings. Situated on the banks of the River Thames, the course is one of only two figure-of-eight tracks in the country.

While the start of the week is Windsor’s domain at the start of the summer, the track’s biggest contest takes place on the Saturday of the Autumn Bank Holiday weekend, with the Group 3 Winter Hill Stakes roll of honour showcasing such Group 1 winners as Al Kazeem, Campanologist and Planteur.

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