Caboy and Manetti face each other once again after finishing second and third respectively. There shouldn’t be a lot between them this time around, but they were beaten by an exposed type last time and minor money looks the best they can hope for here.
Eceparti looks the one to be on. This race represents a slight drop in class, maybe he’d prefer slightly better ground, but the trainers horses remain in good form and he is a former course and distance winner. Most interestingly he is nine pound lower than when finishing a head second to Cap Du Nord twelve months ago and should be hard to beat.
written by Matt Polley