Fancy a punt? Best bets from our experts on day one of the Dante meeting
Powerful Dream(5.55 Bath)
This dual course-and-distance winner can race off a 2lb lower mark than when runner-up here last week and a repeat performance would make her hard to beat.
Burning upthe gallops
Sparkle Roll(3.35 York)
This John Gosden-trainedfilly hascome on for her comeback win at Sandown, should be suited by this galloping track and can book her Ribblesdale slot.
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A lightly-raced Coolmore cast-off who put up a decent effort on his reappearance. That should encourage connections to believe they can have plenty of fun with him this season and he is unexposed on turf.
Developed into a very promising sprinter last term, winning twice and finishing second in a strong race at Ascot.More to offer now gelded and he should run a big race as long as the draw is okay in 22.
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In sparkling form around this time last year and earned career-best figures when runner-up overthis course and distance. Off the pace a bit since but still capable of a bold show.
Progressive last year and plenty of promise about return in Abernant last month. Hails from a classy sprinting family and there is more to come.
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An interesting recruit for the in-form David O'Meara, who has won this race twice in the last four years. The four-year-old looked in need of the run last timeandcould take a big step forward.
Must-have stat of the day
Charlie Appleby has won with four of his last ninethree-year-old runners in York handicaps since the start of 2015. The last three to fit that criteria have won andSpace Blues (4.05) looks to extend that sequence.
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