will set the early fractions and promises to be a very tough nut to crack from the front end under the wily Francis Norton. He has shown a willing attitude on synthetics and shouldn't be overly troubled by a 7lb rise for his April Chelmsford success. However, there are a couple of other progressive types in the line up, with Completion
almost certain to relish the switch back to a more galloping track, and the ever reliable MAKSAB
beaten by a very likeable horse (Breath Caught) on his seasonal return at the Newmarket Craven meeting.
- Poet's Prince