Sam TurnerJULE IN THE CROWN (Newbury, 4.10) shaped with a degree of promise at Pontefract last time and could be some value to lower the colours of the much-vaunted Chessman.

John Gosden has made a habit of winning this handicap in the last decade and the 2,000 Guineas entry is likely to dominate the market for this fascinating race of its type.

However, Mick Channon has never been a trainer to be scared of one runner and Jule In The Crown looks as though she may find further improvement this season stepping up to seven furlongs as she was putting in all her best work at the death of that truly-run Pontefract affair won by the classy Brian The Snail.

The selection was highly regarded herself as a juvenile and double-figure quotes seem pretty dismissive of her chance given her speed figure was very useful for the grade.

In the hope that one or two of those that line up for the Hillhouse Quarry Handicap Chase are feeling the effects of a long season, CALIPTO (Ayr, nap, 3.50) is put forward as the answer.

Venetia Williams landed a nice prize at Cheltenham in these colours yesterday and Calipto’s first run for his new connections was a highly-respectable effort in the Grand Annual Chase when sixth behind Rock The World.

That race has already thrown up winners and the step up in trip should suit the Herefordshire raider.

It might be worth keeping WORDINESS (Bath, 5.30) on side today as the ever-industrious gelding heads back to the Lansdowne venue following a fine run on the figures there last time out.

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