Warren Greatrex talks about his progressive juvenile hurdler Final Choice, a horse the trainer appears to like
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7fStandard / Slow
Last Voyage struck on debut over 5f at Windsor before being held over this trip at Sandown. He's penalised here and fitted with a first-time hood as he bids to overcome a wide draw, so perhaps it might be worth siding with ARCHIE MCKELLAR, who has fared better on the draw front and ran to a fair level of form when third over this trip in an Ascot maiden last time. Any money for Owen Burrows' newcomer, Haader, would be interesting, while U S S Missouri is entitled to build on a solid debut fourth here and could also figure.
AL MUSTASHAR disappointed at short odds on debut but, given that trip seemed on the sharp side and he has the pedigree to relish this switch to AW, it's worth taking the chance that he can make a marked step forward to get off the mark at the second attempt. Archie Mckellar has achieved plenty already and looks a serious danger along with Last Voyage provided he can get across from a poor draw.