This has the look of a decent juvenile event and Skyharbor can continue on the upgrade and win again. David Nicholls' colt followed up his Chester debut fourth - in a very good juvenile contest - by running out a comfortable winner at Musselburgh. He's a good-looking colt and should have more to come. He has to concede weight to the field but we reckon he's up to the challenge. Birikina won on his debut but then found a Loder runner too good next time. Clifden was just touched off by Avid Spell at Brighton, while Shamrock Tea came good on soft in a Ripon seller last time, but more will be required. Good Penny made a highly encouraging introduction to racing 20 days ago which suggested that she is up to landing a maiden. Mark Johnston runs Lucky Story from his three five-day entries. He's a brother to Doctor Fong and should be up to winning races. A market move in his favour would be interesting, but we'll stick with Skyharbor.