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Likely favourite Appeared looks worth opposing in the John Guest Handicap (3.55) given the five-year-old’s clear preference for firmer ground and he’s high enough in the weights off a new mark of 104.
The selection is Mark Johnston’s Galapiat, who is two from two in handicap company and remains unexposed in this sphere, with the booking of Ryan Moore a significant confidence boost.
Stuart Williams’ six-year-old was better than ever when a winner at Newmarket a fortnight ago, held up by Jim Crowley, who is back on board on Friday, collaring the leaders on the line.
Up just 3lb for that success, Shamshon can go in again at a track he loves, with likely pace-setters Just Glamorous, Pettochside and Copper Knight all drawn nearby.
Flaming Spear has been off the track since a scarcely-believable win at Newcastle in January, missing the break, hampered twice in running, last entering the final furlong and passing 12 rivals to get up cosily on the line.
It was an incredible success and a 4lb rise looks very fair, and he surely has his name on one of these big heritage handicaps over seven furlongs.
"Max is probably just not in love with hurdles and he also wants proper fast ground.
John Gosden believes Roaring Lion's devastating Dante Stakes victory pays an "enormous compliment" to English 2,000 Guineas winner Saxon Warrior, proclaiming the pair as "the two nicest colts in Europe"."So we'll have to work out whether it's Epsom or the Jockey Club.His temperament is getting better, he's a complete playboy - his trick is rearing up, but he hasn't reared up for two weeks now, he's fit and in the zone, so I think he'll be fine at Epsom." It was a Group Two double on the day for Gosden, who earlier landed the Midleton Stakes as his exciting filly Coronet (2/1 favourite) - last year's Ribbledale Stakes winner at Royal Ascot - made a successful reappearance with a dominant display under Frankie Dettori."They are the two nicest colts in Europe, we thought we had Saxon Warrior beat at Donny but our boy messed about and he came back to beat us fair and square.I like Epsom and the Derby but I'm not putting words in people's mouths.
Nathra’s fitness – and that of jockey Frankie Dettori – has to be taken on trust, but I’d be hugely surprised if Gosden’s four-year-old isn’t fully wound up and she can take full advantage of this significant drop in class.