There's not much between these four on official ratings but Seek The Fair Land saves his best for the all-weather and may struggle. Raging Bear is also overlooked given Richard Hughes prefers stablemate Ortac Rock though the latter has yet to win this year having missed the whole of last season. He may well figure dropped into this lower grade but POLAR KITE looks the safest option and Sean Curran's charge gets the nod on his good form earlier in the year when scoring twice over today's trip.
Seek The Fair Land 25-1 (9-3) Always behind, 9th of 11, 16l behind Great Expectations (8-9) at Lingfield 7f hcp 0-85 (4) sft in May.
Polar Kite (IRE) 4-1 (8-9) Dwelt towards rear, ridden and headway 2f out, never dangerous, 4th of 8, 13l behind Marcret (9-7) at Chester 1m clm stks (4) gs in Jun.
Ortac Rock (IRE) 28-1 (9-4) Towards rear, never near leaders, 8th of 10, 5l behind Good Authority (9-9) at Goodwood 7f app hcp (0-85) (4yo+) (4) gd in Jun.
Raging Bear (USA) 5-1 (9-11) Slowly away in rear, pushed along over 2f out, headway over 1f out, switched left inside final furlong, stayed on to go 3rd post, 3rd of 9, 2 3/4l behind Claude Greenwood (8-5) at Leicester 7f 3yo clm (6) gd in May.