She was a little bit disappointing on her next two starts after her fifth in the Ribblesdale but she returned to near that Ascot form when fourth, in first-time cheekpieces, in a good Chester handicap for me last time. She will need to build upon that run to be winning this Group 3 – and I think leaving the cheekpieces off here will help as I don’t think she faced them at Chester – but hopefully the potential is there for her to do so. I suppose place claims are more realistic.
Court Of Justice NON-RUNNER
He came to win his race at Ascot on his debut but then just got worried out of it close home, and hopefully that experience will have taught him a lot. I was actually on the winner who just worried him out of it that day, and we think our colt, who ran in a Group 3 at Newmarket today (Thursday), is a very decent prospect. However, Coat Of Arms obviously sets a high standard to aim at for the other raced horses and the newcomers. He is back in maiden company after just being touched off in a Group 2 and contesting the Group 1 National Stakes last time.
Best Of Days
He ran his best race to date when winning the Royal Lodge at this meeting last year. Things haven’t gone quite to plan since but he ran a decent race when fourth over 1m2f in a Group 3 at Windsor last time. He has his stamina to prove here, the rain we have had probably isn’t ideal, and he has a lot to find with the likes of Frontiersman on form, but hopefully first-time cheekpieces will help him bridge the gap.
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