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6f 6ySoft (Heavy in Places)
Salazar has had a wind operation but was 26 lengths behind Twilight when last seen. The latter was disappointing at Newcastle last time, but first-time cheekpieces and a return to turf should see Tim Easterby's charge in a better light. Footstepsintime has been poor the last twice but is capable on his day, although the claims of WENSLEY are more appealing. The three-year-old likes soft ground and has dropped to a very tempting mark of 63 now wearing first-time cheekpieces.
Irish-raider FOOTSTEPSINTIME possibly needed the run after 4 months off at Naas and is on a fair mark. Twilight is generally a progressive filly and is feared most having possibly found her latest run coming too soon.