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Love – 5/4
Top-class filly; unbeaten in three starts in 2020, running away with the 1,000 Guineas, Oaks and Yorkshire Oaks. Toughed it out from the front in Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot on seasonal return, taking her Group 1 haul to five. Likely to be better for that outing, won’t have any problems with drying ground and is the highest-rated contender. Hard to beat in receipt of fillies’ allowance.
Adayar – 2/1
Took form to a new level when thrashing rivals in the derby at Epsom, form that has been handsomely boosted subsequently by stablemate Hurricane Lane. Clearly high class and three-year-old allowance (gets 8lb from Love) will be a huge help but has looked suited by some cut in the ground so has to prove that quick conditions hold no fears.
Lone Eagle – 11/2
Progressive colt whose form went to a new level in the Irish Derby at the Curragh, where he was chinned in the final strides by Hurricane Lane, with the front two a long way clear. That form looks strong in light of the winner’s exploits in France last week. Could still have more to offer but prospect of quick conditions a potential concern given three of his four wins have come on soft ground.
Mishriff – 6/1
Multiple Group 1-winning globe-trotter has already banked over £10m in prizemoney but slightly below best returning from 98-day break in Coral Eclipse at Sandown, despite getting run of the race. Entitled to be nearer peak fitness now and ratings put him bang in the mix but likely to find a few of these too speedy on a sound surface.
Wonderful Tonight – 10/1
Two best performances have been over this course and distance, notably her demolition job in last season’s Fillies & Mares Stakes on Champions Day. However, all of her best form has come on testing ground and is unlikely to take her chance unless the rains come.
Broome – 14/1
Generally very consistent this year and duly broke his Group 1 duck in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud earlier this month. However, this might prove a touch too hot for him – especially so, if the rain doesn’t come because he enjoys cut.
Dual Group 1 winner on international stage but not got close to best form in three starts this year and was notably disappointing in the Coronation Stakes last time. Peak form would see him run well, at least, with conditions to suit, but enough to prove at present.
Addeybb – 25/1
Four-time Group 1 winner, two of which have come in Australia. Just edged out Mishriff for a remote second behind St Mark’s Basilica in the Coral-Eclipse Stakes and although ratings put him bang in contention, won’t be able to show his best form unless the Berkshire track gets rain this week.
Japan – 25/1
Just over seven lengths behind Wonderful Tonight on Champions Day last year so work to do to get even close to turning that form around, never mind beating the likes of stablemate Love. Did well to win Leopardstown Group 3 over an inadequate trip last time but this is a good deal tougher and he’s the lowest rated of the older horses.
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