CURRY was very green on debut and should improve for the experience. This looks like a good little maiden and she would have to step up considerably to be competitive here.
MONEY IN MY POCKET ran at the beginning of the week at Brighton and showed good improvement from her first run. She will find this tougher, but I can see her future being in nurseries.
SILVER MIST is a nice filly who will improve plenty for this outing. She has been showing enough at home to run, so I am keen to get her started.
PROMISING is a lovely filly who has been very unlucky not to break her maiden tag. I will get a good idea of where we are at after Saturday. I would like to see her run a big race.
TOORMORE has a great affinity with the track and back in a Group 2 I think he will be very competitive here. He is a lovely horse and appears in great form.
SHELL BAY is a horse who takes his racing very well and does a bit too well between runs. I think he will be right there and looks very well handicapped.
SKEAPING has been gelded since his last start and has had plenty of time. He will need his run but it should bring him on nicely for the rest of the season.
KISMET HARDY won nicely last time at Newbury and with Megan back in the saddle, I can see him running another big race. He appears to be getting the hang of things at this stage in his career.
BIGGER AND BETTER has been running consistently and this will be his second try and the mile and a half. He may find the mile and a half at Goodwood that bit easier.
FASHAAK should be better on this ground and will appreciate the step back up to a mile. This is a good opportunity to get him back in the winners enclosure.
TONY CURTIS looks ideally suited to this race where there should be a genuine tempo up front. If he runs anything like he did at Goodwood two starts back, he could be a real player here. He has been working really well at home.
TASHAAR has been off for a long time but is back now and appears in great order. He will need this run badly but i am looking forward to getting him going again for an Autumn campaign.
NOT TOUCH has the help of useful apprentice Hollie Doyle. He ran nicely last time at the mile and a quarter and this is a step into the unknown up another furlong. He looks great so I will be interested to see how he runs.