Timeform highlight three selections from Romford on Friday evening.
"...can take this on his way to better things..."
Timeform on Alaskan Dawn
Derby Loch (T3) is fancied to put his recent course knowledge to good use and come out on top. His penultimate C&D second was a good effort and, in truth, he faced a stiff task behind the red-hot Alaskan Dawn next time. Tonight's affair doesn't look particularly strong and Pat Janssens' charge really ought to be getting off the mark.
Kilara Sapphire (T1) was a model of consistency prior to making a deserved breakthrough in open company seven days ago, turning second around the opening couple of bends but clearing away in most taking fashion for a four-and-a-quarter-length success. That performance highlighted she has the bit firmly between her teeth and she can turn handy on the rails and assume control from halfway.
Alaskan Dawn (T2) is low-mileage for a May '18 whelp but connections' patience is clearly paying dividends. The son of Confident Rankin is improving with each run over C&D and came from mid-pack to register a comfortable three-and-a-quarter-length success seven days ago. His make-up in blue looks a good one once more, in between two slow starters, and Heather Dimmock's charge can take this on his way to better things.