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ASCOT 2:00 ART POWER 11/2
When he won at the Arc meeting, we recommended a big bet on KINROSS. Ralph Beckett’s 5-year-old won that 7F race with a bit in hand, and he’s clearly in peak form!
However, while Frankie Dettori’s mount won 6 times at seven furlongs, he’s never won at six furlongs. In fact, his other win was at a mile, and I’m not convinced that he’s the type for this race. In any case, he’s a short-priced favourite and I am happy to take him on!
ROHAAN was dropped in grade to win his last race, and he’s never won a group one. Nevertheless, he’s improved with age, and he’s placed at this level in the not-so-distant past. David Evans 4 year old takes his racing well, and he should run his race and be competitive for a place.
Richard Fahey’s 3-year-old PERFECT POWER won 6 of his 11 races, and one of them was the Commonwealth Cup. On that occasion, he was ridden by the now-suspended Christophe Soumillion, whereas today Tom Marquand is taking over in the saddle.
At his best, the son of ARDAD would have a big chance. However, he’s twice been a beaten favourite since the last winning, and in my opinion, he’s got something to prove.
CREATIVE FORCE won this race last year with ART POWER back in fourth. The Godolphin 4-year-old went into that race on the back of 4 season wins, whereas he comes into today’s race without a recent win. For the most part, William Buick’s mount will need to find a bit more, and on this occasion, I prefer ART POWER.
In last year’s renewal, Tim Easterby’s grey was badly drawn and he did well in the circumstances. On the back of a light campaign, David Allan’s mount comes into this on the back of winning at the Curragh.
The ground won’t be an issue, and he has a better draw today. The 5 year old is proven in big fields, and he clearly likes racing at Ascot. Keeping him for this valuable prize should pay off!