Marsad (IRE) Suited by some cut in the ground but has been a revelation on faster ground than originally thought to be ideal this term. He is a tough and consistent performer who should go well but the draw has not been kind to him here.
Undeterred Showed signs of temperament at York earlier in the week and never really got going there but ran well enough in the Stewards Cup over course and distance to warrant being given another chance here.
Halmahera (IRE) Best efforts have come with some juice in the ground and he continued a good run of form in the Stewards Cup last time; he should not be discounted from calculations here.
Smokin Beau Very fast on his day but is yet to win at this trip, any rain would help his cause.
Idle Power (IRE) Open to improvement but his over-all profile gives him a little to find.
Peruvian Chief (IRE) Runner up in the Stewards sprint and should go well again, however may struggle to get a run from a low draw.
Glowing Goes well here and would have a good chance if repeating his effort when winning the Stewards Cup trial last month however, others have a more reliable profile.
Zuhair Loves this track and always gives his all, but he may be best at the minimum trip these days though
Alpen Wolf (IRE) Goes well here but looks to have a little to find with some of these.
Bon Ami (IRE) Capable on his day but is basically out of form at present and best watched.
Rafters Music (IRE) All his best form has come on firm ground and should find this course to his liking but on balance others look to have stronger claims.
Cielito Lindo Open to improvement but is best watched now she is taking on these seasoned campaigners.
Gift of Gold Should find conditions to his liking but may be better over further.
Flak Jacket Another who goes well here and could well make the most of a good draw to figure strongly.
Double Brew Came closest to losing his maiden tag here last month and although open to improvement, he will face easier tasks in time.
Cd Flyer (IRE) On a long losing run and others preferred.
Bond Boy The balance of form leaves him with something to prove here.
Pandjojoe (IRE) Won over this trip at Hamilton last month but may be better over further.