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By Tom Weekes - BOWERMAN's rating dropped 24lb in 11 months prior to scoring in February and the admirable 12-time winner can strike again. His recent form is consistent and while raised 6lb for his most recent win, today's rider claims 7lb which gives him every chance over the same CD. Higher Kingdom has an excellent all-weather record and is in rude health but is 5lb higher than when winning here a fortnight ago. Most of his form is at a mile but won over this distance, when rated 74, in January. Cold Steel remains unexposed, being a light-raced five year who is unbeaten in two course runs and while he could be suited by stepping back up in distance, lacks a recent run. Cristal Clere was beaten by the selection recently and is 1lb worse off while Burren Song and Roman Bull have been running well recently. No Trouble was second in a recent claimer.
By Tom Weekes - CIRCLES might complete a hat-trick of wins over today's course and distance. Her form is consistent but seems to have improved in recent times and further progression is possible, being out of a Galileo-sired mare. Benavente has also been running well and while he might possibly prefer a mile, is well suited by this surface and should run well. Jered Maddox beat the selection to win here in December and beat Yester to win in February, but was a little below par here three weeks ago. Exquisite Acclaim's rating has fallen in recent times but wasn't beaten far when last seen in December. She's In The Game is a good-ground turf performer and appreciated this surface when winning here when last seen in November. Jaafel runs for new connections having won a recent claimer but appears better over a mile.
- BROOKLYN NINE NINE sets the standard based on his two seconds to date at Beverley and York in the autumn, and the son of No Nay Never has been found a suitable opportunity to get off the mark. Lord Abama showed ability for Mick Halford in Ireland and has to be of interest making his debut for Michael Dods, while Al Najada is capable of better following his second start at Wolverhampton.
- MIGHTY POWER kept on well to lead close home over 6f here last time out and, though this demands more off a 5lb higher mark, the return to further could see him continue his progression. Mercurius Power remains on a workable mark and the former C&D winner ought to be more than capable of mounting a serious challenge, along with Ron O, whose ability to stay further could stand him in good stead if they go quick.