At the Juddmonte International about the launching day of this festival, the CRYSTAL OCEAN has been 10/3 at the beginning of the month and is currently a best cost of 6/5. It’s hard not to be drawn from the Sir Michael Stoute horse. The very best horse on official evaluations put in a massive effort to win the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at the pouring rain in Royal Ascot in June. That was followed up by an enthralling race Champions Day to shed just a neck into the superstar Permit. He is now being heavily supported to dispatch his opponents this week and land yet another Group 1 success. It will be no simple job with some very smart types lining up along with the five-year-old however his two stunning performances in Ascot this year are clearly sufficient for punters to think he’ll take the Juddmonte within his stride at York this week.
Also about the Wednesday, LOGICIAN, who runs in the Great Voltigeur Stakes, has been 7/2 two weeks ago and is now a best price of 6/4??and as brief as 5/4 in places. This boy of Frankel has blown away all the opposition he has faced so far this season and punters believe he’s going to do the exact same again this week. With Frankie Dettori on board out he made light work of this race, and confirmed he could be unique. He had been profoundly fancied that day but winning by almost 5L and at the manner in which he did, he is obviously still in the front of a good deal of punters minds. He’s won both good to soft and good to business as well,?? revealing he’s versatile. He remains at 1m4f this week which looks to match him perfectly. It is his toughest task to date but punters still think the John Godsen trained horse is going to have too much for the opposition in the Great Voltigeur Stakes.
3/1 a week back, TEN SOVEREIGNS in the Nunthorpe Stakes on Friday is now a best price of 7/4. This speedster was straight back to his scintillating best at Newmarket last month in which he destroyed the remaining portion of the area with Ryan Moore on board. He disappointed at Ascot at the Commonwealth Cup but place any uncertainty about him to bed out next time. He promised to be one of the greatest horses in training throughout his two-year-old effort and he is currently living up to the hype this season. Aidan O’Brien will be hoping his three-year-old sprinter will back his showing up last time dispose of some difficult resistance. It will not be easy with the likes of Battaash and Mabs Cross lining up, but punters have lapped the chances available earlier in the week and will be trusting Ten Sovereigns can refund their beliefs Friday.