Rod Millman can again pick up here with Glenmuir, who is one of a handful of two-year-olds that have caught the eye from his yard during the early part of the season. Amber Glory and More Time look set to scrap it out for the forecast slot. Of the two newcomers: Tin And Lint is related to a couple of fair sprint performers and makes more appeal than Soft Gold on pedigree over this trip. Amber Glory won a fillies maiden at Southwell at the start of the month and was then far from disgraced under a penalty at Thirsk two weeks ago. However, that is probably as good as she is and the daughter of Foxhound could be vulnerable to an improver. More Time has experience of the course and should be capable of going the pace if his debut is anything to go by. However, the Millman yard will have good handle on that line of form, having sent out two of the placed horses on that occasion. So it will be no surprise to see Glenmuir be a popular choice to expand upon his unbeaten status today.
Glenmuir (IRE) 5-2fav Dwelt, ran green early, headway and switched right 2f out, ridden to lead over 1f out, ridden clear final furlong, won at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn gs beating Getbuzzin by 2l, 5 ran.
Gee Four (IRE) 3-1 Prominent, driven to challenge over 2f out, soon every chance, weakening when lost action inside final furlong, 6th of 8, 4l behind Local Fancy at Leicester 5f 2yo mdn aut sft.
More Time (IRE) 13-2 Dwelt, outpaced, kept on inside final furlong, never dangerous, 5th of 8, 4 1/2l behind Ace Baby at Nottingham 5f 2yo mdn sft.
Soft Gold Zaha colt out of a winner in Germany.
Tin And Lint Bahamian Bounty colt out of 5f winner Nopalea.
Amber Glory 9-4fav Led, pushed along 2f out, ridden over 1f out, headed entering final furlong, stayed on same pace, 2nd of 9, 1 1/2l behind Ooh Aah Camara at Thirsk 5f nov fll stk sft.