The older pair at the head of the weights may struggle to contain a couple of promising three-year-olds in SPIETA and Brigh who are preferred in that order. Spieta ran a good second behind the progressive London Bridge on reappearance here before narrowly failing to hold on at Kempton last time under a canny Kieren Fallon front-running ride. He holds Bligh on their running that day and is actually 1lb better off with his victim who was a length away in third. Luca Cumani's decent record at the track enhances confidence. Megalala has been a wonderful servant to John Bridger down the years and boasts a career record of 15-102. The 12-year-old should take some prize money home once again.
Rossetti 11-1 (9-0) Slowly into stride, always behind, last of 13, 22l behind Invincible Hero (9-1) at Nottingham 1m hcp 0-80 (4) gd in May.
Megalala (IRE) 20-1 (9-1) Led, hard driven over 3f out, headed inside final furlong, no extra, 2nd of 13, 2 1/2l behind Hector's Chance (9-7) at Lingfield 1m 2f hcp 0-65 (6) pol in Jun.
Brigh (IRE) 4-1 (8-11) Held up in touch, ridden over 1f out in 3rd, kept on inside final furlong, 3rd of 7, 1 1/2l behind Thwart (8-12) at Kempton 1m 4f flls hcp (0-70) (3yo+) (5) pol in Jun.
Spieta (IRE) 5-2 (8-11) Led, ridden inside final furlong, kept on and headed towards finish, 2nd of 7, 1/2l behind Thwart (8-12) at Kempton 1m 4f flls hcp (0-70) (3yo+) (5) pol in Jun.
Dark Justice (IRE) .