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2m 7fHeavy (Soft in places)
SAUCYSIOUX had her excuses when pulled up on her latest start at Plumpton due to finishing lame and, providing she is fully over those exertions, she could very easily return to winning form having scored on her previous three outings in impressive fashion. Max Do Brazil finally showed the first signs of ability since joining David Pipe when third last time and the step up in trip may yield further improvement, while Echo Watt could prove to be fairly handicapped now up in distance.
MAX DO BRAZIL looks well-handicapped judged on his decent French form, and left the impression that he could be about to capitalise on his reduced mark when third at Uttoxeter recently. David Pipe's charge should be suited by this step back up in trip and gets the nod ahead of dual C&D winner Burgess Dream. After Aspen is worth considering on debut for new yard and Ben Arthur also merits respect.