Jash makes his first appearance since finishing sixth to Advertise in the 2019 Commonwealth Cup and a wind operation, combined with the application of a tongue tie, are both likely to aid his cause. That being said, the son of Kodiac might just need the outing to get the freshness out of him and the vote goes to GLEN SHIEL. The form of his C&D victory two starts ago has worked out nicely, with the runner-up Tabdeed winning a Group 3, and Archie Watson's gelding ran with huge credit when second in a Group 3 himself at Deauville. A pair of blinkers might just bring about improvement from Yafta with the drop in grade in his favour.
1e 1|GLEN SHIEL|104
2e 2|HARRY'S BAR|103