The Punt Daily: Tom Collins with three to follow on Thursday
Move Swiftly(4.50 York)
Winner of three of her four career starts, this three-year-old daughter of Farhh seems to be improving at a rate of knots and can land York's finale on day two of the Ebor festival. She was quite clearly well treated on her handicap debut at Glorious Goodwood last time out when fairly dotting up despite receiving a relatively poor tactical ride in my opinion. She found plenty of trouble in running as well, but she picked up in really eyecatching style and it's extremely likely that this 8lb higher mark underestimates her.
Surely it's time for Kynren to win a race this season? David Barron's four-year-old gelding was a real improver in his first season of racing in 2017, winning three of four starts, and returned with a highly encouraging third in the Lincoln at Doncaster. He was absolutely smashed in on his next start into 7-2 favourite at Sandown but couldn't quite peg back Chiefofchiefs to the disappointment of his supporters. He ran poorly at Royal Ascot but came back to form here last time out and the step down in trip will suit. He may prefer softer ground, but he's so well handicapped I can't ignore him.
I've been all over Masaru in this race for the last week but his price is very short now (was nearing double figures a few days ago) and consequently it's worth looking elsewhere with attractive place terms on offer. There are plenty that could challenge Richard Hannon's likely favourite and the one I'm most interested in is Concierge, who comes here looking for a hat-trick. George Scott's runner impressed when picking up takingly in the final few strides to land his novice race at Windsor, and backed that up despite not handling the track at Lingfield. The step up to 6f is a plus.
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