Richard Fahey, enjoying a good season with juveniles, is doubly represented with jockey bookings pinpointing New Street as the stable preferred after the Acclamation colt finished second, albeit beaten seven lengths, by Somewhat on debut. The latter went straight to Royal Ascot from that run only to disappoint when strongly fancied so the jury is out regarding the form. Lyn Valley hasn't been seen since coming home fourth of six behind Withernsea on debut in early May and SIR JACK LAYDEN makes greater appeal. The Brown inmate was a respectable seventh of 19 behind Berkshire in the Chesham Stakes at the royal meeting, having previously hunted up a useful Hannon newcomer at Haydock. That form looks solid and this rates a more straightforward assignment.
Greed Is Good 16-1 (9-5) Slowly away, soon chased leaders, ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 8th of 15, 9l behind Rufford (9-5) at York 6f 2yo mdn (3) gf in Jun.
Longton Myboycharlie colt out of Lauren Louise.
Lyn Valley 11-1 (9-5) Close up, pushed along over 2f out, outpaced over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, no impression, 4th of 6, 7l behind Withernsea (9-5) at Musselburgh 5f 2yo mdn (4) gs in May.
New Street (IRE) 7-2 (9-2) Soon towards rear, headway on outside over 4f out, chased winner over 3f out, ridden over 1f out, no impression final furlong, stayed on same pace, 2nd of 6, 7l behind Somewhat (9-5) at Musselburgh 7f 2yo mdn (5) gf in Jun.
Sir Jack Layden 33-1 (9-3) Towards rear, headway near side over 1f out, hung right and kept on inside final furlong, never going pace to reach leaders, 7th of 19, 10l behind Berkshire (9-3) at Royal Ascot 7f Listed stks 2yo (1) gf in Jun.
Boogangoo (IRE) 7-1 (9-0) Ran green early, towards rear, switched left and headway inside final furlong, soon edged right, ran on, nearest finish, 4th of 7, 1 3/4l behind Atheera (9-0) at Carlisle 6f 2yo mdn (5) gd in Jun.