Twiggy Wiggy looked an extremely impressive winner of the Lowhter at York where she went pillar to post. The pack in behind never got in a blow as she stretched away from them 2 f out to win easily from Cursory Glance (since a winner of the Moyglare (G1)) and Anthem Alexander.
At York she was avenging her short head defeat suffered at the hands of Anthem Alexander in the Queen Mary and Eddie Lynham has chosen to let the fillies meet once again.
Andre Farbe throws High Celrebrity in here looking for a fourth French win in the last eight years. Three runs have yielded two wins and a second. The loss came in the Duchess Of Cambridge at Newmarket when as a 4/9 shot she got turned over. She put it right when comfortably winning the Prix D’Arenberg at Chantilly a couple of weeks ago.
David Simcock fresh off a Group 1 double in Canada sends his 10 L Warwick maiden winner to take her chance. She was very good at the shallow end but here she’s in at the deep end on only her second run. She could be anything.
Not often you get the chance to back Ryan Moore at 33/1 in a G1 but that’s the opportunity today when he rides Richard Fahey’s Zuhoor Baynoona. A Yarmouth maiden winner she was third to Patience Alexander (Twiggy Wiggy second) at York in May and hasn’t run since.
John Gosden and James Doyle combine for Khalid Abdullah’s Tendu. She’ll hardly replace Kingman for stable stardom but she has advanced from a first run 7 L defeat to a 5 L second time out win on Kempton’s all weather surface.
The Irish filly could well beat the French filly but can either beat the English one. Visually Twiggy Wiggy was the eye catcher of the season. A win here and connections are talking about a trip to Paris next weekend for the Abbaye . The way she won last time you wouldn’t rule either out.
Recommendation : Twiggy Wiggy 6/4 win