NEVERLAND ROCK cost connections just shy of half a million as a yearling and is bred to be speedy as a juvenile.
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The market will be the best guide, with so little form to assess.
Almurr went well on his debut at Leicester last time and should improve for the experience.
SOLAR ECHO was very green on her debut at Windsor last time before finishing well from a long way back. She is well bred and should improve a lot on that first run.
ASCOT HOODOO Clive Cox believes it will be fifth time lucky at Ascot for Harry Angel
SCOTTISH JIG caught the eye on his debut at Kempton before Christmas when she was hampered a couple of times before finishing like a train from miles back. It’s a slight worry that she hasn’t been out since but she comes from a top family and wouldn’t have to improve much to win.