CONSTANTINOPLE (3.00) was ridden quite aggressively at Glorious Goodwood and wandered under pressure before being denied narrowly by Nayef Road.
Aidan O'Brien will probably instruct Ryan Moore to adopt a more patient approach in the Sky Bet Great Voltigeur Stakes and a 3lb pull with the gutsy winner could well make all the difference. Favourite Logician has a bit to prove, although the son of Frankel has been undeniably impressive in mopping up a maiden, novice stakes and Class 3 handicap this season. John Gosden and Frankie Dettori have been an all-conquering combo all summer but Constantinople has the more bullet-proof form at this higher level.
CHARLES KINGSLEY (4.15) can go close in the two-mile handicap. A little bit of cut underfoot suits Mark Johnston's colt, although he won on a quicker surface at Newmarket over 1m 6f in July. He is closely matched with Infrastructure but the Knavesmire should suit his free-going style of running. Several firms are offering generous each-way terms.
The Juddmonte International Stakes is shaping up to be a crackerjack of a Group 1 contest, with Crystal Ocean back on track after his epic duel with Enable at Ascot. This will be the first time this season he has been taken on by some of the top three-year-olds and King of Comedy bids to follow up last year's stable success with Roaring Lion. KING OF COMEDY (3.35) gets the nod, especially as he has drifted to an each-way price. He was given a tad too much to do at Royal Ascot and may have more natural speed over this trip than classy Japan.
At Carlisle, CONTREBASSE (4.25) will revel in the heavy ground if the weather forecast is to be believed and looks a standout ew bet at 5-1 with Ladbrokes.
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