Hayley Moore previews the British Champions Sprint Stakes at Ascot

The Hayley Moore of sky Sports Racing guides you through the fancies from the Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

It looks set for a breaking curtain-raiser. The terms look as theyre likely to be about the testing side before the years Champions Day thus horses that act on earth on the side, hefty, are the ones.
The Tin Man will be looking after winning it at 2016. Sands looks like he will have similar conditions which watched him to be prosperous at the race last year. Advertise has had a rewarding season in sprinting distances, since being retained, hes also proven to be versatile on the floor and his record at Ascot is yet another positive.
Many of the runners have shot every other on several times and opposite kind together with one another so itll be a case of whos in greatest heart on the afternoon and that can go farther than the six furlongs as they will really need to see it out.
He was tried after finishing second to Too Darn Hot in the Dewhurst on his start in two but neglected to shape up into a miler whenever the Martyn Meade stable were below a cloud. Sprinting has been forced his game.
Showcasings son is edging towards the 1m mark in earnings already. Hell confront the conditions he lined upon in his career up to now, but there is hope he will take care of these conditions as his mommy Furbelow is by Pivotal.
He remained on when the blinkers went for the first time and even won the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot on good to soft ground. He came out and ran a excellent race in behind a Ten Sovereigns, who flipped the form on ground that was quick with Advertise at the July Cup.
Advertise was back in the winning groove in Deauville over six-and-a-half furlongs at August when beating Brando by a 27, when we saw him in action.
Connections have had to avoid the Haydock Sprint Cup, after a scope and have swerved the Prix de la Foret so hell be seen to his finest on British Champions Day for this race as his final swansong before a stallion profession.
Trainer Kevin Ryan is nicely represented with seven-year-old Brando along with Hi Youmzain. The son of Pivotal is generally consistent and has another good time. He is a horse that has form on earth effortlessly inside and he operates at Ascot. Hes tough although like The Tin Man, he is not getting any younger.
The stress is that out a blood-vessel burst after travelling nicely at Haydock, before being defeated for third by Waldpfad, subsequently picked up. He was that day, but Id be worried the rear of this off.
Roger Varians son of Shamardal is demonstrating three season, four victories at Ascot and a liking to the track, he took the Victoria Cup in May over seven furlongs. He won the Wokingham over six furlongs on good to firm. He flopped at the level thats a concern at the July Cup at Newmarket, but it was away and firm from Ascot.
Then he ran for third-place finish from the Group 2 City of York bets prior to getting back to winning ways again at Ascot from the Group two Bengough Stakes over six furlongs on earth. Hes a Ascot specialist that could find him be competitive here.
Dream Of Dreams lined up in the race and beat on 1 home. Since then he started this year well with wins in Windsor and Chelmsford. It was his third start of the season, in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at which he had been supporting Blue Point by a mind, which would give him a chance .
He has some form on soft earth ands by ringing Ahead but he will require a resurrection after his most recent series that was nicely and eighth behind Hello Youmzain at Haydock. His run after Royal Ascot in Newmarket at the July Stakes never watched him figure. Hopefully Ascot will pull him back.
The son of Kodiac only began racing in August this past year and is already a winner four times from seven starts adding at the highest level when taking the Haydock Sprint Cup before The Tin Man, when he had been the fifth three-year-old to win at the race in the previous six years.
He won it in the front and came into that race fresh. The target following Haydock was constantly British Champions Day in Ascot in the hope he would have his floor that is desired.
Hello Youmzain was previously third to market in the Commonwealth Cup – that he was slightly unsettled from the stalls so was slow off and ended up knocking towards the back before showing a fantastic turn of foot to combine the leaders however just didnt quite have enough kick in the last furlong.
We know hell love the ground so that he could undo the form with Advertise. He is very unexposed and runs well for a sprinter in his career thus far.
Comes into this with recent shape after a very comfortable success from the Listed Waterford Testimonial Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday when yanking clear with a four-and-a-half lengths.
A supplementary entrance into the race could see him line up rising through a proven liking for testing floor conditions and the ranks having an abysmal handicap mark.
Make A Challenge started the season rated 66 and can now boast a markers of 109. A nicely bred son of invincible soul from Godolphin that cost these connections only #.
Hes a horse of a lifetime for connections and informs you that anybody can dream while purchasing a racehorse. It would be a fairytale when he runs well, let wins but that he will require a career finish.
In the UK we saw her again in actions for William Haggas finished at Longchamp on Arc day level after a break.
Happily, waiting and heading into France was the right move because she kept on well to choose the Prix de la Foret before City Light in what was an aggressive renewal to allow it to be back-to-back successes at the race for this to the girl of Fastnet Rock.
Soft earth that is very generally brings out her very best performances, so connections are patient concerning where she conducts, along with the requirements of Saturday are what she relishes.
Certainly 1 Master is thriving at this time and she heads in to the race in terrific form after a fantastic season to date (including third in the Queen Anne Stakes and second in the Falmouth Stakes) but her best run was last time out. We all know shell keep going over the six furlongs.
We have not seen much of this past years winner this year and for that reason you can back him. But back to Ascot and onto ground which brings out the very best of him then we can see him rebound .
After Deacon Blues won at 2011, fourth on his first series in this race because a three-year-old behind Muhaarar and that he was subsequently victorious in the race in 2016 giving trainer James Fanshawe his victory in the contest.
He was fifth in 2017 when sent favourite in the renewal of the past year when Librisa Breeze won and seventh supporting Sands. Hes currently lining up for the next time in the race and he comes to it in great form.
The Tin Man had to go down in defeat when he could toss at Newbury in July after unsatisfactory in Hello Youmzain on soft earth and came out of their stalls in Haydock. The Tin Man has had some practice lately so hopefully hell be sharper away at Ascot.
He is a classy sprinter who will love the conditionshe won the Group 1 Sprint Cup at September 2018 on heavy ground so that the more testing the better and he comes in to the race away the back of a intelligent bit of work about the newly reopened trial ground at Newmarket. No doubt well be visiting him made late beneath winner elect Oisin Murphy.
Well all year has been running and on earth too fast for her ideal. Where she ran a good race at defeat for fifth place year later she won at Longchamp she led into Churchill Downs. This year relations have choices but look keen to attract her to Ascot that I respect. Shell have to reverse the form with Advertise and Brando from Deauville but that I believe and she will get her Group 1 at a track she has won and also been placed.

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