BOCHART and Rampers can boast solid last-time-out nursery form when finding only one too good and nicely clear of the rest. The former is totally unexposed over 5f, so is preferred, with Anwar easily the pick of the remaining trio handicapping after a break.
SIRAJIAH produced a promising first effort when runner-up at Leicester in June and with the promise of more to come she gets the nod. Little Voice is the obvious danger on the balance of her form, whilst Rosie Royce is open to significant improvement on the back of her Sandown debut.
CORREGGIO goes well round here and ran a career best when recording a wide-margin success over C&D recently. He's well in under a penalty on that evidence and looks to have leading claims of following up. Qibtee, who seems to be on good terms with himself at present, may prove the biggest danger, whilst Cornborough commands respect under Simon Walker.
No surprise were one of the 2 well-bred newcomers up to the task, with COLOUR PLAY offered in favour of the already-gelded Start Time before market clues. Sterling Work is bred to need further, but sets a reasonable standard on his 7f form.
BURNINGFIVERS has looked a work in progress in each of his three starts in maidens to date, and now taking the nursery route is selected to make the requisite improvement. Firesnake is of a similar ilk and feared most, ahead of York Minster who makes each-way appeal.
KRAFTWORK shaped nicely when a good second to a more experienced rival on debut at Ayr last time, and with improvement likely, he can get off the mark at the second attempt with this stiffer track in his favour. Sunnua was maybe flying a little too high in the Super Sprint last time, but she looks the main danger returned to maiden company, while Mickey looks an interesting newcomer.
Hard to enthuse about this bunch, but EASYDOESIT was in reasonable heart when last seen at the start of this summer, and won't get many better opportunities in handicap company. Petrify and Tornado Battle are rarely of interest for win purposes, but can make their presence felt.