Three trainers with runners here, Tim and Mick Easterby, plus Ed Dunlop have all landed this maiden in recent times, but all may be vulnerable to Michael Jarvis's debutante Makshoof. The selection is bred to go well over further in time, but being by Kyllachy he should possess plenty of speed, and provided he is straight enough for his first run he can take this. Perlachy has the best form on the board of those with experience and Tim Easterby has brought him along steadily. Another son of Kyllachy, he went well at Redcar on firm ground last time and can make an impact again. Mick Easterby runs Spence's Choice, who would be a shock winner, Mark Johnston saddles Fujisan who can go well but will be better with age, while Evens And Odds should not be written fof despite a disappointing debut. It should prove informative then, and we'll chance Makshoof for a debut victory.
Evens And Odds (IRE) 4-5fav (9-3) Disputed lead, ridden halfway, soon headed, weakened over 1f out, 6th of 7, 20l behind Baltimore Jack (8-10) at Ayr 6f 2yo mdn (4) gd in Jun.
Fujisan Fuji Kiseki colt out of a moderate racemare.
King Charles 12-1 (8-13) Slowly into stride, soon pushed along in rear, staying on one pace when hampered inside final furlong, 11th of 16, 4l behind Oi Vay Joe (8-13) at Windsor 6f 2yo mdn aut (5) gs in Jun.
Makshoof (IRE) Kyllachy colt, half-sister to 7f winner Siouxsie Sioux.
Perlachy 6-1 (9-3) Led, ridden over 1f out, headed well inside final furlong, kept on held near finish, 2nd of 12, shd behind Monkey Glas (9-3) at Redcar 6f 2yo mdn aut (5) frm in Jun.
Nihil Petere (IRE) Xaar filly, half-sister to numerous winners up to 1m.
Spence's Choice (IRE) 66-1 (9-3) Chased leaders, pushed along halfway, one pace final furlong, 4th of 8, 9l behind Dubai's Touch (9-3) at Ripon 6f 2yo mdn (5) gf in Jun.