SENIORITY (3.00) and Original Choice spearhead a strong William Haggas challenge in the Clipper Logistics Handicap, with the Queen’s representative getting the nod.
Seniority was a cosy winner of the Golden Mile at Goodwood, with Original Choice a close third. Original Choice was drawn very wide and did well to hit the frame. He would have preferred easier ground, while Seniority goes well on a slick surface.
ANGEL’S HIDEAWAY (1.55) looked better than ever when accounting for favourite Royal Intervention at Ascot and is fancied to land the opening Sky Bet Lowther Stakes.
John Gosden’s filly was at the centre of controversy at Newmarket’s July meeting when swerving right under pressure, almost skittling a couple of her rivals in the Duchess Of Cambridge Stakes won so impressively by Pretty Pollyanna. Frankie Dettori duly served a ban but is back on top for this Group 2 contest.
KODYANNA (2.25) is one of three Richard Fahey contestants in the 20-runner Goffs UK Premier Yearling and his filly boasts a course victory as well as a good second to Comedy at Deauville. Cheek-pieces are added for the first time.
SEA OF CLASS (3.35) has outstanding claims for that man Haggas in the Yorkshire Oaks. She accounted for Epsom Oaks heroine Forever Together in the Irish Oaks and with only four runs under her belt there may be a little more progress to come.
Laurens, a dual winner in France since finishing runner-up in the Qipco 1000 Guineas, is asked to go 12 furlongs for the first time but could improve again.
MOVE SWIFTLY (4.50) displayed a devastating burst of acceleration to cut down Hateya at Goodwood and may crown a memorable day for Haggas, despite an 8lb rise.