Ken Condon gives us the latest on two potential Galway Festival runners, Rajar and Patriot's Day
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There was a strong word for FOX POWER prior to his introduction at Glorious Goodwood and although he had to settle for third behind the smart Duke Of Hazzard, the penny eventually dropped with him and he should be all the wiser for the experience. Cloak And Dagger stepped forward from his debut to go close at Haydock, while there are some interesting newcomers in the line-up, namely Cap Francais, Global Quality and Athmad.
FOX POWER was strong in the betting and ultimately shaped with a good deal of promise on debut at Goodwood 2 weeks ago, getting the hang of things late on to take third. He looks sure to improve for that initial experience and can make it second time lucky. Cloak and Dagger comfortably rates the chief threat, particularly judged on his Haydock second. Cap Francais appeals most of the newcomers.