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The Grey Gatsby: York winner
Clive Brittain believes Brazos has a "fighting chance" of reversing form with The Grey Gatsby as the pair meet at York for a second time in Wednesday's Pinsent Masons LLP Acomb Stakes.
Kevin Ryan's The Grey Gatsby beat Brittain's colt by three-quarters of a length when they clashed over six furlongs on the Knavesmire in the middle of July, but Brazos has since struck gold in a hot maiden at Glorious Goodwood.
Brittain does not expect stepping up to seven furlongs to inconvenience his juvenile.
He said: "I'm sure Kevin Ryan's horse will have gone forward since the last time they met, as mine has.
"I was very pleased with my horse at Goodwood and I think that run has brought him on quite a bit.
"The seven furlongs won't be a problem and I think we're in there with a fighting chance."
The Grey Gatsby did well to win on his racecourse debut, having shown obvious signs of inexperience during the race.
Ryan told At The Races: "He's a smashing horse. He's very laid-back, got a great temperament.
"I knew he would run very green first time. He rarely comes off the bridle at home, a step up to seven furlongs would really suit him.
"He's a great-actioned horse and a very simple horse to deal with."
Another horse who has shown a liking for York is the Daniel Kubler-trained Il Paparazzi.
Ultimately well held on his Sandown debut, the youngster made a huge step forward when beating his rivals by upwards of five lengths on the Knavesmire last month.
Kubler said: "We've been very pleased with him since his last run and the form is working out, which is always good. It's time to find out how good he is.
"I wasn't totally surprised he won last time, but I didn't expect him to devastate the field the way he did. I didn't think he had that performance in him at this stage of his career.
"When he made his debut at Sandown he was mentally ready to run and had plenty of work done, but he was still quite weak.
"He has been sold to an owner from Hong Kong since his last run, so I'm not sure how long he will be here for, but we've always liked him and we're looking forward to seeing him run again."
Godolphin's First Flight looked the part when winning on his racecourse introduction at Newbury and now steps up to Group Three level.
Trainer Saeed bin Suroor told www.godolphin.com: "First Flight is improving all of the time and has been working well.
"The step up to seven furlongs will suit him and I have been happy with his preparation."
The line-up is completed by Henry Candy's Treaty Of Paris and Lady Lara from Alan Jarvis' stable.