Wall Of Fire
Frontiersman is the obvious one to beat on his Coronation Cup second but he isn’t straightforward and there are a few in here with chances if he doesn’t run up to form. Hopefully, Wall Of Fire is one of those. I haven’t ridden him since he won for me at Doncaster last season and he hasn’t scored in four starts this year, last time out finishing down the field at Belmont in June. But he at least comes here a fresh horse and he ran well when fourth in the Ormonde Stakes before that. The trip and the ground are fine for him, and he has each-way chances at his best.
I haven’t ridden him before but he looks to be coming here in good form, having won at Thirsk last time. He is 4lb higher here but conditions look ideal for him, and a midfield draw is okay.
This look a very hot race, and maybe Librisa Breeze is the one we all have to beat after two luckless runs this season. But I’m delighted to have got the ride on my filly, who has a fair form chance on her Guineas third to Winter. She has had a break since a slightly below-par run in the Jersey last time, and also doesn’t carry a penalty for her Group 3 Nell Gwyn win, so I’m looking forward to a good run from her. This does look a strong Group 2, though.
He ran no kind of race at Chester last time but he is clearly a lot better than that. I won on him on his debut and was on board again when he was just beaten off this mark at Yarmouth last month. If he comes back to that form then he could have a fair shout.
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