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