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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
17 Lady Gibraltar (GB)
3 b f Rock Of Gibraltar (IRE) - Lady Adnil (IRE) (Stravinsky (USA))
4231-57 Buckingham Flooring
A P Jarvis
A winner at 6f on polytrack. Beaten 11l behind Dark Castle at 16-1 when seventh of 8 on her latest outing at Kempton over 6f last month.
23 Willies Wonder (IRE)
3 b c Moss Vale (IRE) - Red Letter (Sri Pekan (USA))
8-224 John C Grant, Ray Harper, B W Hills
Placed twice in four starts. Finished 16l behind Intense Pink when fourth of 13 at 7-4fav on his latest outing at Pontefract over 6f (soft) last month.
35 Khubala (IRE)
3 b c Acclamation - Raghida (IRE) (Nordico (USA))
5-1 Miss P Araci
R L Moore
E A L Dunlop
A winner at 5-2 over this course and distance on his latest outing last month, beating Catflap by 1l.
42 Darnathean (GB)
3 b g Librettist (USA) - Meddle (Diktat)
146-694 Mr K Snell
W A Carson
P W D'Arcy
A winner at 6f on polytrack. Finished 4l behind Worth when fourth of 13 on his latest outing at Deauville over 6f in March.
51 Amphora (GB)
3 b f Oasis Dream - Carafe (Selkirk (USA))
064-4 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing - Minoru
A M Balding
Yet to place in four starts. Finished 5l behind Dark Castle when fourth of 8 at 7-1 on her latest outing at Kempton over 6f last month.
64 Trail Of Tears (IRE)
3 b f Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Cherokee Rose (IRE) (Dancing Brave (USA))
236 H R H Princess Haya of Jordan
J H M Gosden
Placed twice in three starts. Finished 10l behind Lisiere when sixth of 12 at 6-1 on her latest outing at Pontefract over 6f (good) last month. She is wearing cheekpieces for the first time.
76 Marah Music (GB)
3 b g Royal Applause - Marah (Machiavellian (USA))
4798- Mrs E Lee, R P Marchant, D M Ahier
T P Queally
P J Makin
Unplaced in all four starts. Beaten 9l behind Intomist at 7-2fav when eighth of 12 on his latest outing at Kempton over 6f in November last year. He is wearing blinkers for the first time.
KHUBALA can get punters off to a flyer in the opener as the recent C&D winner looks to have been handed a lenient mark for his handicap bow. Ryan Moore keeps the ride, which is a huge positive, and there should be more to come from the Acclamation colt at this stage. Willies Wonder is proving frustrating to follow having failed to justify favouritism on all three of his starts this term but Charlie Hills' colt isn't to be overlooked, along with the improving Amphora.