DUTCH BREEZE has found one too good on four of his six starts but has been far from disgraced on either outing this term when behind the likes of G Force and, more recently, Blurred Vision. Trip and ground are ideal for the Easterby inmate and he can finally break his maiden. He comfortably holds Piccadilly Jim on York running and Eternitys Gate looks a more potent threat. The latter has delivered two pleasing efforts at Pontefract and Windsor in maiden company, form that looks perfectly good enough to land a small contest. It's A Yes From Me makes a belated debut but the Fanshawe raider should be noted in the market.
Bon Chance Byron gelding out of Stolen Melody.
Dutch Breeze 2-1 (9-5) Led, ridden and joined 1f out, headed inside final furlong, kept on same pace, 2nd of 4, 2l behind Blurred Vision (9-5) at York 6f 3yo mdn (4) gs in May.
Eternitys Gate 8-1 (9-4) Led, ridden and headed over 1f out, kept on same pace, lost 2nd inside final furlong, 3rd of 10, 3 1/2l behind Polybius (9-4) at Windsor 6f mdn stks (5) gd.
It's A Yes From Me Bahamian Bounty gelding out of Valjarv.
Mr Soprano 50-1 (9-5) In rear, headway on wide outside 3f out, weakened over 1f out, 11th of 12, 23l behind Wannabe Yours (9-5) at Nottingham 1m 3yo mdn (5) gf in May.
Piccadilly Jim (IRE) 12-1 (9-5) Chased leading pair, pushed along halfway, ridden and beaten 2f out, 3rd of 4, 8l behind Blurred Vision (9-5) at York 6f 3yo mdn (4) gs in May.