Timeform Analyst Verdict: Friary Rock had plenty up his sleeve when opening his account for current connections at this track last month and, with this step back up in trip holding no fears, a 5 lb rise is unlikely to prevent the follow up. Gordon Elliott recorded a landmark 200th winner at this course last month and his Getaway Goldie may emerge as the main danger, ahead of Castletown.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: The Attorney has been running very well in defeat this season and this looks a decent opportunity for him to open his account for the year. Air To Air has a positive profile and looks the obvious threat, with question marks surrounding the two 3-y-os.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Ready preference is for Make A Prophet, who has hit the crossbar at Beverley the last twice and connections have found a good opportunity for the 3-y-o to deservedly open his account. Bearwith had Skedaddled back in fourth when scoring at Redcar last month and is taken to confirm those placings and emerge as the main danger. May Punch is best of the rest.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Frontispiece was better than the result last time and drops in grade with an experienced amateur on board, so he looks like the obvious choice. Singing The Blues arrives on the back of a win and remains well treated on old form, so he's considered a danger along with Castel Gandolfo.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Plenty are in with a shout. The Pargey Bee didn't enjoy the rub of the green when sixth in a big field at Galway and can quickly resume winning ways off the same mark here. Salt Whistle Bay heads the list of dangers on the back of his good Gowran sixth with Cleveleys, Heer At Dawn and Wayne R Walker all shortlisted.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Ashky is progressive and had something to spare when completing a double over C&D a fortnight ago, so she's likely to complete the hat-trick up against more exposed sorts. The thriving Queen of Burgundy looks the main threat, although there's a case to be made for each of the remaining trio.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Serjeant Painter has proved a revelation since sent chasing and claimed his hat-trick success at Stratford in the style of a novice open to more improvement, so remains one to keep on the right side of. Trumps Benefit was suited by the return to this trip when ending his losing run at Stratford and is next best ahead of the in-form Getaway Jewel.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Stellium still has few miles on the clock and can race off the same mark as when a good Ballinrobe second (form been franked) so this course winner looks the way to go. Willie Mullins has a strong hand and his in-form duo Dark Voyager (second choice) and Gibraltar should ensure the selection doesn't have things all his own way.
Timeform Analyst Verdict: Sandy Paradise displayed a really likeable attitude to follow up at Kempton last time, also overcoming a notable pace bias, so he's taken to defy a 4 lb rise and complete the hat-trick. Fellow 3-y-o Night Glass should be suited by this trip, with last-time-out winner Helm Rock also in the mix.