Alan Dudman is back for Saturday's action and his 9/1 double is at Newmarket...
"In terms of a piece of form, he'd have to improve a lot. But the style of that victory was effortless from the front, in a good time and one very decent sectional recorded."
Creative can be a force
13:15 Newmarket - Back Creative Force
Trainer Charlie Appleby has been in red-hot form with his 3yos this term, although I have managed to find a couple of the losing ones in this column recently. So I am hoping not to miss out with Creative Force.
He won a 0-100 handicap at the Craven meeting in good style - finishing well from off the pace when front-runners dominated.
Appleby said he'll come on for that, as he had a setback last season running in the Coventry at Royal Ascot.
He's up to 97 but it's another small field and potentially could still be better than that mark.
Mutasaabeq can take Classic honours
15:40 Newmarket - Back Mutasaabeq
The 2,000 Guineas looks a tremendous renewal, although an open one with the Sportsbook betting at 7/2 field, but I am sticking with Mutasaabeq - who looked so good winning at Newmarket last time when beating Noble Dynasty by six lengths.
In terms of a piece of form, he'd have to improve a lot. But the style of that victory was effortless from the front, in a good time and one very decent sectional recorded.
His trainer Charlie Hills said he loved the quick ground, a surface that was a must for the horse's mother Ghanaati - and she was a rapid improver when landing her Classic victory for Charlie's father Barry.