Timeform pick out three bets from Chelmsford on Thursday.
"Another prominent ride here will do her no harm..."
Paddy A hasn't had long with his excellent new yard and though he was unable to justify market support at Newcastle last week when dropped into this grade for the first time, he remains one to be interested in, especially returned to the scene of his last success and now partnered by Simon Walker. Tagur and German Whip are others to consider.
Justice Rock has had a fair few goes since last scoring here in October but did run better than of late when third here earlier this month, likely to have finished closer to the front pair (one of which has won since) if he hadn't have met a bit of trouble. He gets the vote off the same mark. Burauq arrives in good heart and is next best ahead of Binky Blue.
Navajo Star had an in-and-out profile for Mick Appleby, but did shape well on debut for this yard when runner-up at Newcastle last week, doing best of those ridden prominently. Another prominent ride here will do her no harm, and she's one to be interested in, a former C&D winner, after all. Volturnus is the obvious threat under a penalty having bolted up here last week.