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The Punt Daily: Tom Collins with three to follow at Newmarket

John Gosden: trainer of Legends Of War
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Legends Of War(2.25 Newmarket)

I really like Martyn Meade's Advertise as a horse and I'm sure he's a Group 2 winner in the making but I'm going to oppose him with John Gosden's Legends Of War. The Qatar Racing-owned colt looked extremely useful when winning on debut at Yarmouth by four lengths, earning rave reports after doing so, and the time was better than the three-year-old contest half an hour later. He hit the line well that day, suggesting further will be better in time, and he comes into the July meeting fresh having bypassed Royal Ascot.


Duke Of Firenze(5.20 Newmarket)

Although he's by far the oldest horse in the field at the age of nine, Duke Of Firenze still boasts plenty of ability and can score for David Griffiths and David Allan. The seven-time winner hasn't been at his best this year but has seen his mark drop to 99 having started the season off 107 and this is by far his easiest task in a couple of years. He has form at this track, so that's not a problem, and should get the fast pace he needs. At around 7-1, he looks a great bet.


Glendevon (4.45 Newmarket)

One of my favourite horses in training, Glendevon is both a heart and head selection in the Sir Henry Cecil Stakes. Richard Hughes's incredible-looking Scat Daddy colt has progressed really well this season from novice to Group 3 company and stays this mile trip well. He has plenty to find at the weights, which is why his price will be in the double-figure range, but there's more improvement to come from Glendevon and providing Ryan Moore can settle him on the front-end early, he can hopefully run into a place.

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He has form at this track, so that's not a problem, and should get the fast pace he needs
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