THE WOLFERTON STAKES

Daily Mail - - Royal Ascot -

Khairaat, trained by Sir Michael Stoute (be­low), looked an ex­cep­tional prospect when mak­ing all to score at Ch­ester on his re­turn and he could be a cut above his ri­vals here.

how­ever, he did en­joy the run of the race from the front that day and could well be a tight enough price so the likes of Cen­tral Square, El­bereth and

RESTORER make some ap­peal at big­ger prices. Wil­liam Muir couldn’t have his string in bet­ter form hav­ing sad­dled a num­ber of win­ners re­cently and restorer is put for­ward as a lively out­sider given he has been run­ning with credit over 12 fur­longs lately. i liked the way he fin­ished at this track be­hind Desert En­counter ear­lier this sea­son and the drop in trip and the like­li­hood of a stronger pace could see him post a ca­reer best.

Cen­tral Square shaped with plenty of prom­ise at New­mar­ket on his come­back and this has been the plan all sea­son, while El­bereth was only six lengths in ar­rears of high­land reel in the Corona­tion Cup. She could have been drawn bet­ter, but we saw atty Persse shrug off sim­i­lar con­cerns on day three of the meet­ing. SE­LEC­TION: Restorer DAN­GER: Khairaat

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