Timeform pick out three bets from Meydan on Thursday.
"...was a good second to Frontiersman in a listed race when last seen, and is on a fair mark based on the pick of last season's form."
Red Galileo was a good second to Frontiersman in a listed race when last seen, and is on a fair mark based on the pick of last season's form. He can make a winning reappearance over this C&D for a second year running. His stablemate Natural Scenery was generally progressive last season and is feared most.
Promising Run is taken to give Saeed bin Suroor his fifth win in the Group 2 Cape Verdi. She's done well in two campaigns in Dubai and should be ready to roll despite an 84-day break. Opal Tiara and Absolute Blast are both British contenders with solid claims.
Banksea's record fresh is encouraging, and he should be very competitive in a race like this having transferred to Charlie Appleby following a cracking effort in a hot Newbury handicap in September. Danish raider Jubilance is an interesting contender, while Mountain Hunter will be more at home on this surface and trip.