13:15 Newmarket

John Gosden unleashes a couple of costly Kodiac colts in Rainbow Fire and Barber Of Seville, although the latter's owners Godolphin have their colours carried by an even more expensive purchase in the Charlie Appleby-trained NOBLE DYNASTY. The Dubawi half-brother to Barney Roy was the highest priced yearling in Europe in 2019 at 3.6million gns, so plenty is expected of him. His stablemate Modern News is likely to come into his own over further but Future Vision, yet another Godolphin youngster but in the care of Saaed bin Suroor, is a Dark Angel half-brother to Teofilo. Haseef and Cooperation also warrant consideration in what could be a red-hot maiden.
Prediction : 1st Noble Dynasty 2nd Barber Of Seville 3rd Future Vision

13:50 Newmarket

COMMUNIQUE seems to save his best for Newmarket and he claimed the scalp of Defoe in last year's Jockey Club Stakes over C&D, as well as wining the Princess of Wales's on the July Course. He was campaigned exclusively in Group 1 company in Germany after that and will relish the drop in class on his return. Trueshan swatted aside First In Line in a valuable C&D handicap in the autumn, and both could develop into Group performers this campaign. The same can be said for Faylaq, while Secret Advisor has a couple of Meydan wins under his belt this year but must concede weight all round as a result.
Prediction : 1st Communique 2nd Trueshan 3rd First In Line

14:25 Newmarket

DAVYDENKO enjoyed a really profitable 2019, with his only defeat in five appearances coming in the Britannia. He handled the step up to this trip when justifying favouritism with the minimum of fuss at the Leger meeting, and he can go even higher this season. Good Birthday denied Desert Icon at Beverley before running out of his skin in the Cambridgeshire to finish third. Protected Guest rounded out last term in good heart, while the booking of William Buick for the returning West End Charmer catches the eye.
Prediction : 1st Davydenko 2nd Good Birthday 3rd Desert Icon

15:00 Newmarket

ALPEN ROSE is seemingly Charlie Appleby's first string judged on jockey bookings and she can be forgiven her effort in the Montrose on heavy ground. Better judged on her third in the May Hill at Doncaster on a sounder surface behind Powerful Breeze, that form reads well as she had Run Wild behind. Queen Daenerys' sixth in the Fillies' Mile is also strong form and she is respected stretching out in trip, while Snow Shower won well on her Salisbury debut and Trefoil left a lasting impression here in October.
Prediction : 1st Alpen Rose 2nd Queen Daenerys 3rd Snow Shower

15:35 Newmarket

Everything seemed to go wrong for QUADRILATERAL in the Fillies' Mile, yet she managed to quicken up smartly from off the pace to win on the line. Roger Charlton's daughter of Frankel accounted for Love (third) and Boomer (fifth) on that occasion and, if she has improved again from two to three, is going to take some stopping on her return. Millisle somehow got beat at Salisbury two starts ago but then outstayed Raffle Prize in the Cheveley Park, shaping as though she'd get a mile this year. Under The Stars' form ties in with a couple of these and she showed a likeable attitude when landing a sales race here in October, while Shimmering is a fascinating contender after winning a Lingfield novice contest. John Gosden may have opted to try and win a handicap with her off 80, but the decision to run in a Classic first time up as a three-year-old suggests she's delighting connections at home.
Prediction : 1st Quadrilateral 2nd Love 3rd Millisle

16:10 Newmarket

EBURY signed off last season by finishing a solid second on the soft over C&D in November. He won at Ascot on quick ground prior to that and, likely to encounter fast conditions again, it would come as no surprise to see him get back to winning ways. Arctic Sound is slowly edging back down the handicap and could benefit from this drop back in distance, while any money for grade dropper Bell Rock would be interesting given how well his stable has started the new campaign.
Prediction : 1st Ebury 2nd Arctic Sound 3rd Bell Rock

16:45 Newmarket

Bullfinch and King Leonidas both have to be given the utmost respect having won at the back end of 2019, but the penalties they carry for those victories have to be a concern. With that in mind, preference is for EASTERN WORLD, who finished a narrow second to Starcat on his debut at Kempton in December. That is strong form, with the winner deemed good enough to contest the 2000 Guineas, while the fourth, fifth and eighth have all won since. Zmile was out of her depth behind Pinatubo in the Chesham but it would be no surprise to see her in the mix. Star Of Wins, Keep It Brief and Winter Reprise are arguably the pick of the newcomers.
Prediction : 1st Eastern World 2nd King Leonidas 3rd Zmile

17:20 Newmarket

SPECTRUM OF LIGHT finished second in a novice event at Newcastle on his debut in December that has worked out extremely well. The third, fourth and fifth have all won subsequently and with that experience now under his belt, the son of Golden Horn could be very hard to beat this afternoon. Montather got off the mark at the first time of asking but the 7lb that he has to give to the selection means that he is vulnerable. There are plenty of well-bred newcomers in this field headed by Sunray Major, who is a Dubawi half-brother to Kingman. My Oberon is the first foal out of a Group 3-winning mare, while Ilaraab and A'shamardi also merit respect.
Prediction : 1st Spectrum Of Light 2nd Montather 3rd Sunray Major

17:55 Newmarket

This is one for the Sky Plus, with a whole host of exciting prospects going to post. ENCIPHER built on his promising Haydock introduction when beating subsequent winner Native Tribe at Newbury and he shades the verdict for John Gosden and Frankie Dettori. The aforementioned Native Tribe is one of three chances for Charlie Appleby, who also saddles course winner Global Storm and the unbeaten Al Maysan, while Bronze River and Hukum are others to watch out for.
Prediction : 1st Encipher 2nd Native Tribe 3rd Global Storm

18:30 Newmarket

MOTAGALLY impressively notched a Brighton/Wolverhampton double during the autumn and, despite a further 8lb rise, Charles Hills' progressive gelding looks capable of completing the hat-trick. Top Breeze is a 6f course winner and produced a career-best performance when winning over this trip at Lingfield last time out. He must enter calculations with Ryan Moore aboard, while Jabbarockie and Daschas add further spice to the race.
Prediction : 1st Motagally 2nd Top Breeze 3rd Jabbarockie

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