A very interesting newcomer here in Taazur and any market move should be noted, however Mullglen has shown enough in two races to warrant the vote here, Amorachy looks the pick of the other three. Tim Easterby's colt showed improvement on the better ground to chase home Able Master at Ripon last time out .He still looked a little bit naive and there could be plenty more to come. Taazur was a relatively cheap purchase for Hamdan Al Maktoum, but does boast a decent enough pedigree which warrants a good look in the betting. Amorachy has shown plenty of ability in a couple of races to date and will find this company a little less taxing. Karl Burke's Eldorado Days is another to watch in the betting, but we much prefer the chances of Mullglen and this one gets our verdict
Amorachy 14-1 (9-3) Led, ridden 2f out, soon headed, weakened over 1f, 5th of 7, 7l behind Go Nani Go (9-3) at Musselburgh 5f 2yo mdn auc (5) gs.
Eldorado Days (IRE) Elusive City colt out of winning sprinter Blue Daze.
Mullglen 8-1 (8-11) Held up behind leader, ridden 2f out, driven to challenge and every chance approaching final furlong, kept on same pace, 2nd of 11, 1 1/2l behind Able Master (8-12) at Ripon 5f 2yo mdn auc (5) gd.
Taazur Needwood Blade colt, half-brother to numerous winners from 5f-1m3f.
El Bobby (IRE) 80-1 (9-3) With leader, ridden over 1f out, kept on under pressure final furlong, no impression, 2nd of 15, 4 1/2l behind Lucky Leigh (8-12) at Redcar 5f 2yo mdn auc (6) gf.