GOLD CHAIN, beaten less than four lengths by subsequent Listed winner Pavlosk on debut at Newbury in April, hasn't been seen since finish fifth at Windsor the following month but is still preferred to Alnawiyah, who showed promise as a two-year-old but is another returning from a break. Berkeley Street finished last on his reappearance at Leicester in June and none of the others have shown enough to suggest they'll be winning any time soon.
Berkeley Street (USA) 4-1 (9-5) Prominent, led after 1f, pushed along and headed 3f out, weakened 2f out, last of 7, 17l behind Velox (9-5) at Leicester 1m 3yo mdn (5) gd in Jun.
Jd Rockefeller 16-1 (8-2) Took keen hold headway to lead 11f out, headed over 4f out, weakened over 3f out, last of 5, well behind Filia Regina (9-2) at Yarmouth 1m 6f hcp 0-60 (6) gd in Aug.
Primo d'Oro (USA) 50-1 (9-5) Held up towards rear, plugged on final 2f, never involved, 7th of 12, 19l behind Talented Kid (9-11) at Windsor 1m 3yo & 4yo mdn (5) gf in Aug.
Alnawiyah 12-1 (9-0) Steadied start, held up towards rear, headway on outside 3f out, ridden 2f out, disputing 3rd over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 5th of 13, 6l behind Rosaceous (9-0) at Newbury 1m 2f mdn fll stks (4) gf in Jun.
Gold Chain (IRE) 13-2 (9-0) Took keen hold, held up in touch in 5th, pushed along and outpaced over 3f out, plugged on same pace final 2f, 5th of 13, 7l behind Spicy Dal (9-0) at Windsor 1m fll mdn stks (5) gd in May.
Violet Plum 100-1 (9-0) Outpaced, tailed off, 10th of 11, 47l behind Bedouin Invader (9-5) at Lingfield 1m 2f 3yo mdn stks (5) pol in Jun.