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A winner at 6f on soft - heavy ground. Harry Angel has continued to improve this season and his short odds are probably justified after a dominant win in the Sprint Cup at Haydock last month.

This track doesn't quite look to play to his strengths quite as much, however, and it could be worth taking a chance on THE TIN MAN, who will have had this as his main target since landing this prize last year. Quiet Reflection has been lightly raced this season and looked as good as ever at Naas 27 days ago. She would appreciate any further rain, while similar sentiments apply to Tasleet and Donjuan Triumphant, who could outrun his likely lofty odds.

He's one of the best we've seen for a while in this division and can land a third Group 1 in a row. Last year's winner The Tin Man is primed for a big run again at an each-way price. P J Dobbs. Benefited from a canny front-running ride when landing the Park Hill at Doncaster That represented a career-best, but she looks vulnerable in this stronger race.

Winner of five races from 1m 4f to 1m 6f on ground varying from good to firm to soft and on the all-weather.

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P C Boudot. F H Graffard. Obvious claims. Winner of seven races from 1m 2f to 1m 4f on ground varying from good to soft to heavy. Runner-up in renewal of this race and went one better in emphatic style 12 months ago. Back to form when chasing home Bateel in the Prix Vermeille and won't surrender her crown without a fight.

Winner of six races from 1m 2f to 1m 4f on good to firm and good ground. M Guyon. C Laffon-Parias. Winner of Prix Vermeille and third behind Bateel and Journey in this year's renewal. Should again acquit herself well, but hard to envisage her reversing placings with the aforementioned duo. She has won three times from 1m to 1m 4f. R Havlin.

Dual winner of Group races this season, but put firmly in her place in the Prix Vermeille last month and again came up short at the highest level back at Chantilly on Arc day. She has won four times from 1m to 1m 4f on good to firm ground and on the all-weather. Has won at Haydock and Chantilly this season.

S Pasquier. N Clement. Not beaten far when fourth to Bateel on belated reappearance at Deauville in August.

Back in winning groove with a battling display at Chantilly Winner of five races from 1m to 1m 4f on soft and heavy ground. She is wearing a hood for the first time. O Peslier. Done little wrong in trio of Group 1 races since and, versatile ground-wise, she should be in the mix once again.

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She has won three times from 1m to 1m 4f on ground varying from good to firm to good to soft. David Probert. Winner of listed race at Newmarket in May and finished hot on the heels of the principles when fourth in Group 2 at Saint-Cloud last time. However, improvement needed if she's to make an impact here. Successful at 1m and 1m 2f on good to firm and soft ground.

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Gained breakthrough success at the highest level at Leopardstown last month, and subsequently went down all guns blazing in the Prix de l'Opera at Chantilly 9. Claims if stamina holds out. She has won three times from 7f to 1m on good to firm and good - yielding ground. Beaten a head by Rhododendron when second of 14 at fav on her latest outing in the Group 1 Prix De L'opera Longines at Chantilly over 1m 2f good to soft earlier this month.

Useful filly in her own right, but she looks up against it here on all known form. Successful at 1m 4f and 1m 6f on good and good - yielding ground. Third of 4 behind Renneti beaten 8l at on her latest outing in the Group 3 Loughbrown Stakes at Naas over 2m soft last month. Journey is the obvious starting point in this event given her success 12 months ago but she has had an indifferent season this time around and she was put in her place by BATEEL in the Vermeille.

The latter has form figures of on ground officially described as good to soft or softer. She has proved herself to be a top-class mare this year and she can add another Group One victory to her record.

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Hydrangea has the ability to go very well but she does have to prove her stamina over this trip. Coronet and Left Hand are probably not good enough to win today but they could pick up some minor honours with prize money going down to sixth.

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Top Tip: Bateel 2 Watch out for: Journey 3. BATEEL was well behind Journey in this race 12 months ago, but she's an improved model this season and outpointed John Gosden's charge in decisive fashion at Chantilly last time. While Journey is entitled to be sharper this time she was returning from a week break that day , Bateel could still be improving and is taken to emerge on top once again. Coronet and Hydrangea also enter calculations. Andrea Atzeni. Creditable fifth in Park at Doncaster last time but he's a bit short at highest level. Has won ten races from 6f to 7f on ground varying from good to heavy.

Balance of his form suggests he'll do well to confirm those placings with Richard Fahey's charge. Has won eight races from 7f to 1m on ground varying from good to firm to soft. A winner at in the Group 1 Qatar Sussex Stakes at Goodwood over 1m soft on his latest outing in August, beating Ribchester by a neck. Has also won at York this season. Oisin Murphy. Landed second successive win in Celebration Mile at Goodwood in August, but below par behind Ribchester in Moulin at Chantilly since and likely to find a few too strong again.

Winner of six races from 7f to 1m on ground varying from good to firm to good to soft and on the all-weather. Finished 6l behind Ribchester when sixth of 8 on his latest outing in the Group 1 Moulin Longchamp Group 1 Stakes at Chantilly over 1m last month. W Buick. R A Fahey. Edged out by Here Comes When in Sussex but bounced straight back from that when notching third Group 1 success of the year in Moulin at Chantilly last month. Winner of six races from 6f to 1m on ground varying from good to firm to soft.

Smart performer in his own right but not up to this level and could be in here as a pacemaker for stablemate Ribchester. Winner of five races at 6f on ground varying from good to firm to yielding and on the all-weather. Beaten 4l behind Aclaim when eighth of 10 on his latest outing in the Group 1 Qatar Prix De La Foret at Chantilly over 7f good to soft earlier this month. Going: Soft Heavy down the hill to Swinley Bottom.

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