FAZAYTE (3.45) has taken a couple of runs to acclimatise since arriving from France but looks ready to strike at Wetherby.
The five-year-old showed some promise on UK debut when fourth over course and distance in January and stepped up the following month when running third to Sao Maxence at Carlisle. Runner-up Diodorus scored next time out and this doesn't appear a tough assignment.
GLENCASSEY (5.25) is worth a bet in the bumper. Charlie Longsdon's gelding finished fifth of 16 on his racecourse introduction at Exeter in December and wasn't disgraced in fifth behind Ocean Wind in a hot contest at Newbury last month. Glencassey was less than a length behind previous very easy Ayr winner Champagnesuperover and that seems the best public form on offer. Newcomer No Anxiety could be anything and is worth watching in the market for his big-spending owners.