It's Taboo has the highest official rating of these and can probably be forgiven her run on the Polytrack last time. This is a far less competitive affair and Mark Usher's filly will never get a better chance to break her duck but PEARL STYLE looks the interesting one. Easy to back on his debut at Doncaster debut, he missed the break and never got into contention despite making late headway. That experience will not have been lost on him and he gets the nod. Cool And Clear and Winnie Perry are both tried in blinkers but are only modest on the evidence so far, as is Kaahen.
Cool And Clear (IRE) 66-1 (8-11) Always behind, last of 8, 16l behind Bapak Muda (9-0) at Kempton 6f 3yo stks 0-65 (6) pol in Jul.
Kaahen (USA) 100-1 (8-8) In touch, ridden over 3f out, soon struggling, 6th of 7, 19l behind Harbour Captain (9-3) at Bath 1m 3yo & 4yo sll (6) fm in Jul.
Pearl Style (FR) 8-1 (9-2) Held up towards rear, pushed along over 2f out, kept on final furlong, never dangerous, 6th of 11, 6l behind Mukhabarat (9-5) at Doncaster 6f 3yo & 4yo mdn (5) gf in Aug.
Winnie Perry 12-1 (9-2) Prominent, ridden and every chance over 1f out, kept on one pace, 3rd of 9, 3 1/2l behind Eastern Dragon (9-11) at Warwick 6f 3yo app hcp 0-65 (6) gf in Aug.
It's Taboo 20-1 (8-9) In touch in 5th, ridden over 1f out, weakened entering final furlong, last of 10, 10l behind Trucanini (9-3) at Kempton 7f fll hcp (4) pol in Aug.