PEACHEY CARNEHAN ran well under a penalty back up in trip at Haydock earlier this week, unlucky not to win, and he can make the most of a good opportunity if turned out quickly once more. He can race off a 4 lb lower mark here and is preferred to Lightoller who was hampered when a creditable third to Stoneyford Lane at Bath last time.
SATISFY represents a yard in good form and she can take advantage of the weight she gets from her four rivals. She was only fair for Joseph O'Brien in Ireland but remains with potential ahead of this handicap debut and a BHA mark of 70 may underestimate this half-sister to several winners, including Call To Reason who won off 81 for Ian Williams. Satisfy's four rivals are all respected, especially Bybrook who shaped as if better for the run when making her handicap debut after nine months off last time.
KINGS ACADEMY has been gelded and could cash in a fair-looking mark under Silvestre De Sousa. He started life in handicaps on a mark of 75 but is now down to 63 and the Paul Cole-trained gelding can strike. Classic Pursuit, who is just 1 lb higher than his last win, rates the main danger, while Angel Palanas is less exposed than a lot of these and showed he can be competitive off this mark last time.
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