HAMLUL (3.30) sticks out for Sir Michael Stoute at Beverley.
Her fifth to Elasia at Newcastle is a strong bit of form with runner-up Ben Vrackie and third Recordman decisive winners since that run.
SILVER CRESCENT (4.40) and Moon of Baroda, both improving three-year-olds, could fight out the finish. Ralph Beckett’s Silver Crescent ran third to Asoof at Newbury and just gets the nod.
GEORGE (3.10) made all to score nicely at Chelmsford City last month and a 4lb rise may not prevent an action replay over a mile at Salisbury.
CRYSTAL HOPE (3.40) is a very lightly race Stoute filly with leading claims in the Listed contest. She hasn’t been seen on the track since running third to Sea of Class at Newbury in May. Market rival Rasima finished fifth to Sea of Class the following month, again at Newbury, and little separates the pair. The more exposed Chain Of Daisies usually comes into her own in the second half of the season.