The three-day meeting concludes at Newmarket and is all about the Cambridgeshire, with the big handicap taking centre stage on Saturday afternoon (15.40).
The Royal Lodge and the Cheveley Park Stakes also ensure there is excellent group-race action at Headquarters while there’s an exciting young hurdler to look out for at Market Rasen.
John Gosden has an excellent record in the Cambridgeshire and looks to have a strong hand again.
John Gosden has captured this prize on three occasions and his progressing youngster Stylehunter looks an each-way player from near the bottom of the weights now.
He finished a good sixth in the Britannia on handicap debut at Royal Ascot this summer and comes here following a career-best win at Goodwood last time out.
Given the very nature of this cavalry charge, he’s going to need some luck in running but Rab Havlin’s mount could still have plenty of mileage despite being raised 8lb for his latest win.
Ground conditions, currently forecast as good to firm-good in places will also be music to Gosden’s ears, given that Stylehunter missed an engagement at Newbury recently on account of the soft going.
Signora Cabello achieved an excellent four-timer earlier in the summer, including wins in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot and a French Group 2.
John Quinn’s filly heads for the Cheveley Park Stakes where she’ll reacquaint herself with Pretty Pollyanna, the Michael Bell-trained filly that she finished second to last month in the Prix Morny.
Less than a length split them in that Group 1 at Deauville, while the handicapper currently puts two pounds between them on ratings. They seem likely to battle out the finish again in the Cheveley Park Stakes and, given their close form, they are potentially too far apart on price.
Quinn has suggested Signora Cabello is the “best filly he has trained” and Frankie Dettori’s mount is a threat to all here.
Cracker Factory is progressing quickly since joining Alan King and looks a more than useful juvenile hurdler. His form on the Flat for William Haggas was nothing special but the Poet’s Voice gelding has barely extended himself in racking up a hat-trick of wins over timber at Aintree and Newton Abbot so far.
He races in the familiar two-tone green silks of owners Simon Munir & Isaac Souede and they will no doubt be starting to dream of Cheltenham in the spring should he continue his progress.
Daryl Jacob’s mount concedes weight to his rivals at Market Rasen, with previous C&D winner Breakfast and jumping newcomer Jack Regan amongst the dangers, but Cracker Factory looks one to follow and can continue his winning streak here.
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