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John Gosden has won four of the last seven renewals of this recognised St Leger trial, including with Masked Marvel (2011) who went onto Classic glory at Doncaster, and his runner FIRST ELEVEN makes plenty of appeal. A half-brother to Group 1 miler Kingman, the son of Frankel has been a slow burner so far in his career but has really come alive on his last couple of starts since stepped up in trip on faster ground. He was unfortunate not to get his head in front in the King George V Handicap at Royal Ascot having been blocked at a crucial stage and the way he hit the line suggested the extra furlong would pose no issue. Loxley was considered good enough for a crack at the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster last season when seventh behind Saxon Warrior and Roaring Lion. He returned with an impressive success at the expense of Raymond Tusk, who acquitted himself well in the Coral-Eclipse behind the aforementioned pair, over 1m2f and should be suited by racing over further. Wells Farhh Go has long been considered a St Leger type but needs to step up on what he has shown so far in two runs this season.
FIRST ELEVEN looked a Group horse in the making when unlucky not to win the King George V Stakes (Handicap) at Royal Ascot 3 weeks ago and can provide John Gosden with a sixth win in this event. Loxley was impressive when making a winning return here and has more improvement in him, while this represents a drop in class for Giuseppe Garibaldi.