Timeform pick out their three best bets from Catterick on Wednesday...
"he has more to offer yet, particularly now granted a stiffer of test stamina, and she gets the vote to get off the mark at the third time of asking."
Timeform on Makawee
Makawee has shaped encouragingly on both of her outings so far despite greenness, passing the post with running left on her most recent start at Thirsk last month. She has more to offer yet, particularly now granted a stiffer of test stamina, and she gets the vote to get off the mark at the third time of asking. Artarmon rates the principal danger after finishing second at Newcastle last time out.
Bal De Rio was far from disgraced when finishing third in his bid for a hat-trick last month, just found wanting for a turn of pace over a slightly shorter trip. Returned to 2 miles, he's fancied to make a bold bid to get back on track off the same mark. Course specialist Italian Riviera is much respected, whilst sole 3-y-o representative Kittileo also enters the equation.
Super Florence is still a maiden after 13 starts, but she was only just denied at Musselburgh last week, and considering that she relished the emphasis on stamina that day, the step up to six furlongs is likely to suit. As such, she has obvious claims off the same mark this afternoon. Moonlit Sands also went very close at Beverley 2 weeks ago and is feared most.