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Steel An Icon

Steel An Icon has been in fantastic form over the past couple of months. A switch back to turf has really helped the horse. She comes into this race bidding to complete a hat-trick of successes and she can do just that despite being given a 5lb penalty. Rose Dawes is likely to take up the running and if she does, the pair can make all. The opposition doesn't look to be particularly strong so Mick Channon has found a good opportunity for his filly.


There is a small field for this two-year-old contest over 5f. Arboy Will and Canonized have both already broken their maidens and it could come down to a dual between these two runners in the closing stages. The former prevailed over this C&D so has to be respected, however, it is Canonized who may have the brightest future. She was second in a Listed race last month so she has the class to prevail at this level again.

Royal Musketeer

Royal Musketeer scored on his season start of the season at Ripon (6f) earlier this month. What was most impressive about that victory was he was bumped in the early stages of the race but he overcame that bad start to score in the seven-runner field. Charles Hills' runner was full of running at the end of that race so there looks to be a lot more to come from this colt. He has gone up 6lb in the weights but that may not be enough to stop him following up over the same distance.

Thrill Seeker

Thrill Seeker went down by less than one length at Chepstow (7f). He ran on strongly after it took him a while to get into his stride when leaving the starting stalls. This extra 1f could really help him as he will be doing his best work in the latter stages of the contest. The handicapper has been very fair as he has only gone up 1lb which puts him in with a great chance of getting his first success on turf.


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Leg 1
Steel An Icon
Leg 2
Arboy Will
Leg 3
Storm Melody
Leg 4
Smeaton's Light
Alphonse Karr
Leg 5
Open Wide
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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