Rod Millman and Alan Munro have been a good partnership to follow in the short time since the turf season started and they can strike again with Azygous, who is related to Kentucky Derby runner up Bold Arrangement on his dams' side, so should handle this surface. Jazz At The Sands is bred to appreciate faster ground than he encountered on his debut and, along with Angelina Banks, is respected as the best of the rest. The selection is regarded as a nice prospect by his trainer and, with his crop of two-year-olds well forward, it is safe to assume that Azygous will attract plenty of interest if the confidence is mirrored in the betting ring. The purchase price of Jazz At The Sands means he has no easy task in conceding in excess of 5lb to the rest of the field. However, a much better effort is expect from him now that he has the benefit of experience behind him and he can go close today. Angelina Banks failed to progress in her second outing and, despite it being early days for her, she does have a little improvement to find. Therefore, we prefer to side with Azygous on this occasion as, with the Brocklesby already under their belt, his yard can do little wrong at present.
Jazz At The Sands (USA) 8-1 Prominent, ridden and every chance over 2f out, weakening when hampered inside final furlong, 5th of 7, 4l behind Aboyne at Yarmouth 5f 2yo mdn aut gs in Mar.
Slack Willy Hilly 11-4fav Chased leaders, ridden halfway, weakened final furlong, 7th of 10, 8l behind Phantom Whisper at Lingfield 5f 2yo stk (D1) pol in Mar.
Allsussedup Bertolini gelding out of a moderate maiden.
At The Bar 14-1 Speed 2f, last of 10, 25l behind Makabul at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn gs in Mar.
Azygous Foxhound gelding out of a mare who had one start in a bumper.
Angelina Bankes 12-1 Led over 1f, remained in touch, ridden and one pace final 2f, 3rd of 8, 9l behind Danjet at Warwick 5f 2yo mdn fll gs in Mar.
Casablanca Minx (IRE) Desert Story filly out of a moderate maiden.
Piccostar Piccolo filly out of a moderate racemare.