Little Perisher, Key Art and Monsieur Joe catch the eye here, with Jeremy Noseda's well-entered KEY ART taken to collect on debut. Monsieur Joe ran very well first time out, doing his best work at the finish at Windsor, finishing a close second. A half brother to dual five furlong juvenile winner, Cerito, Monsieur Joe can go well again here. Little Perisher stepped up considerably on a Brighton second to chase home a talented pair here last time. Further improvement can see him go well-and he does have the most experience. Key Art hails from a yard that know the time of day with their juveniles, and have their fair share of precocious types. He is sure to have been taught his job well, and has a Group One entry lined up, so he clearly has been working well. A half brother to a winning juvenile over five furlongs, Key Art hails from a yard in good form, and can score on his first appearance.
Key Art (IRE) Kheleyf colt out of Gift Of Spring.
Little Perisher 50-1 (8-6) Went right and slowly into stride, held up behind leaders near stands side rail, ridden to lead 2f out, headed over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 3rd of 5, 4l behind Red Jazz (9-1) at Ascot 5f 2yo stks (3) gf in Apr.
Master Of Dance (IRE) Noverre colt out of Shambodia.
Monsieur Joe (IRE) 11-1 (9-3) Held up, not clear run, switched left inside final 2f, ran on well inside final furlong, went 2nd towards finish, 2nd of 15, 1 1/4l behind Be Invincible (9-3) at Windsor 5f 2yo mdn (5) gf in Apr.
Absolute Music (USA) Consolidator filly out of Allegro Lady.
Jira Medicean filly out of Time Saved.