EFAADAH AP­PEALS

Fred­die Head’s ju­ve­nile is the value to up­set the Ai­dan O’Brien two-year-old hot­pots in to­day’s Fil­lies’ Mile

Daily Star - - Motormouth -

1.50 New­mar­ket – There is noth­ing to sep­a­rate ABEL HANDY and Sound And Si­lence on their run­ning in the Listed Roses Stakes (5f) at York in Au­gust. Sound And Si­lence’s lat­est win on heavy ground over 6f at Maisons-Laf­fitte sug­gests he may no longer have the ba­sic speed for this 5f event. )

2.25 New­mar­ket – GAVOTA looked un­lucky not to keep her un­beaten record at this track last time in the Group Two Rock­fel Stakes. When Jim Crow­ley wanted to launch his chal­lenge there was no day­light and the be­lated at­tack never looked like quite get­ting there. On pa­per, Dun­dalk maiden win­ner I Can Fly has a lot to find on form – but she was impressive. )

2.45 York – If there is a chink in the lightly-raced favourite Zabeel Prince, ONE WORD

MORE may find it in re­ceipt of 13lb in­clud­ing Rachel Richard­son’s claim. He is weighted to gain re­venge on his As­cot con­queror Zwayyan af­ter an­other solid ef­fort.

3.00 New­mar­ket – DABYAH and Massaat have sim­i­lar at­trac­tive pro­files. All Dabyah’s three wins have come at this spe­cial­ist’s trip of 7f and she was far from dis­graced when highly tried in the Group One Corona­tion Stakes (1m) at As­cot when fourth be­hind Win­ter. Massaat fol­lowed up her Hunger­ford Stakes (Group Two) vic­tory by just fall­ing short be­hind Ribch­ester in Chan­tilly’s Group One Prix du Moulin.

3.35 New­mar­ket – A humdinger of a race. Ai­dan O’Brien sad­dles hot trio Hap­pily, Mag­i­cal and Septem­ber. The for­mer won again on the Arc card and is the fore­cast 2-1 favourite. French raider EFAADAH fin­ished in front of sub­se­quent Group One Mar­cel Bous­sac win­ner Wild Il­lu­sion and at­tracts as an each way al­ter­na­tive to Hap­pily at 20-1.

3.55 York – With five races be­hind him – and two wins – THE GRAND VISIR may still have im­prove­ment. In the Mel­rose Hand­i­cap over to­day’s course and dis­tance, he was beaten just three lengths be­hind Se­cret Ad­vi­sor in a big field.

4.10 (' New­mar­ket – MELT­ING DEW is due a big prize af­ter be­ing beaten in pho­tos in three of his last four starts. With the first-time cheek­pieces em­ployed at As­cot last time dis­carded and Ryan Moore back on board, he can gain re­venge over Duke Of Bronte.

DAB HAND: Dabyah’s three wins have all come over seven fur­longs

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