Those to have seen a racecourse are entitled to improve, with Irish raider SPLIT THE ATOM making most appeal after finishing behind the highly-touted War Envoy on debut at Naas when running exceptionally green. He should be far straighter now and is a hopeful choice. There are some potentially interesting newcomers on show with Subversive worthy of respect as a son of Invincible Spirit and bred by the powerful Darley operation. Sandgate and Dragon King are other first-timers to note, hailing from the yards of Fahey and Dods respectively, both of whom have been in good form with two-year-olds so far this season. Obviously the market should help to sort out the aforementioned trio as they all represent teams with plenty of ammunition in this division and thus enjoy a good line to juvenile form.
Danny O'ruairc (IRE) Fast Company colt out of Tawoos.
Dragon King (IRE) Dylan Thomas colt out of Alexander Queen.
Sandgate Compton Place colt out of Jump Ship.
Shamkhani 80-1 (9-2) Slowly away, outpaced, last of 7, 14l behind Vimy Ridge (9-5) at Musselburgh 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gd.
Split The Atom (IRE) 33-1 (9-5) Dwelt and got slight bump start, towards rear, pushed along before halfway, no impression from 2f out, short of room over 1f out, 7th of 8, 11l behind War Envoy (9-5) at Naas 6f 2yo mdn in Apr.
Subversive (IRE) Invincible Spirit colt out of Persian Secret.
Autumn Revue 33-1 (9-0) Slowly away, towards rear and outpaced, one pace final furlong, never dangerous, 6th of 10, 12l behind Clouds Rest (9-0) at Beverley 5f 2yo mdn aut (6) gf.
Our Kylie (IRE) Jeremy filly out of Prakara.