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Horses to follow flat season 2019

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Irish 2000 Guineas third DECRYPT will be a force to be reckoned with when we see him. In his first start in the Group One race at the Curragh, he looked to have a high cruising speed, picking up well to finish third. I'd love to see him in something like the Breeders Cup mile in America later this year, but hopefully there'll be at least one or two races before then.

The Roger Fell trained ADMIRALITY'S form has improved considerably.
He ran a fine third place behind Vale Of Kent in the Bunbury Cup, who has to be respected.
Admirality looked a big burly horse in the parade ring.
If I owned him I'd be thinking about what races to target.
I'll be keeping an eye on races at Glorious Goodwood in a couple of weeks.
Good-Soft ground may be ideal, though he handles fast ground.
He's entered in the Scottish Stewards Sprint and International handicap at Ascot on July 27th.

Owner Saeed Suhail has won a few good races this season.
A horse that can deliver soon might be the Sir Michael Stoute trained KHAFOO SHEMENI who is also entered on July 27th in the International handicap at Ascot.
Khafoo Shemeni was recently gelded, finished third in a pipe opener the last day, but can rock and roll again in under two weeks time. I would wait to see the final declarations. Having said that, if he gets there on the day, he wouldn't be the price he is now.

Updated 16th July 2019 at 6:50 PM by Marb

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