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ASCOT BELTER: GET ON THIS ONE!

ASCOT BELTER: GET ON THIS ONE!

3:45 BELIEVING 9/2

This isn’t the strongest of Group One races, and it’s less competitive now that KINROSS has withdrawn. 

Considering he was re-shod before the race, and suffered interference in running, MILL STREAM was still good enough to win his last race. However, while Jane Chapple-Hyam’s 4 year old will win more races, he’s better on a flat track.  

THE WIZARD OF EYE was gelded at the end of last year, and it seems to have had a positive effect. However, he’s only won 3 of his 22 races, and his most recent win was a handicap off a mark of 99. While Ryan Moore is a good booking and the 5-year-old can improve for his new year, I can’t imagine him winning a Group 1.

Another who recently changed stables is SHARTASH. Since joining Archie Watson, the son of INVINCIBLE SPIRIT was well placed to win two small field races over 7 furlongs.  While the 4-year-old has enough pace for six furlongs, his wins came in much lower-graded races than this!

According to the assessor, SHOULDVEBEENARING should be competitive. However, he will need to do better than he did at the Curragh, and he looks more exposed than most! 

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS is consistent, but he’s held. The same comment applies to ART POWER, although he’s the highest-rated runner in the field. 

One with a chance is the Charles Hills-trained MITBAAHY. Despite missing the break and suffering minor interference, the five-year-old was still good enough to win a Group 2 at the Curragh. Nevertheless, I think 6F at Ascot is beyond his best, and the son of PROFITABLE often fluffs the start!

While she raced four days ago, BELIEVING is ready to go again. The daughter of MEHMAS was only beaten 1.5L in the King Charles III Stakes, and she did finish a closing 2nd on the disadvantaged far side. Also, that race was over 5F, and 3 of her 4 wins came over this extra furlong!

In summary, the conditions won’t be a problem, and this extra furlong is better again. While she’s drawn on the far side of the track, the track is now riding ‘’even’’ Moreover, she’s drawn with the other principals, and her latest effort puts her ahead of this lot.

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