The market is likely to be the best guide to the chances of the six unraced runners facing the start in this bumper. As a three-year-old, Gevrey Chambertin gets a hefty weight-for-age allowance and it's fair to assume that this 150,000euro gelding will have some ability being a half-brother to the top-class Grands Crus. He is worth noting but the Sadler's Wells gelding ROAD SHOW has a decent Flat pedigree and may just have too much speed for him on this occasion. Tim Vaughan's pair Cavalier Spirit and Silky Bob looks the pick of the remainder.
Cavalier Spirit Generous gelding out of Shayraz.
Fuhgeddaboudit Generous gelding out of Serraval.
Road Show Sadler's Wells gelding out of Danilova.
Silky Bob (IRE) Bob Back gelding out of Harir.
Ubique (IRE) Flemensfirth gelding out of Clamper.
Gevrey Chambertin (FR) Dom Alco gelding out of Fee Magic.