'Everyone's agreed to supplement him and he goes there as one of the leading fancies'

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Karl Burke heads the northern chances at Royal Ascot but there are plenty of other trainers heading south with high hopes, as David Carr discovered.

Ed Bethell

Kensington Palace Handicap (Wednesday)

She might run in the Kensington Palace if she scrapes in. She had a slight hold-up last year and I hope this will be her season. She's done really well from three to four, had a nice blowout at Redcar and has been for a racecourse gallop since.

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