We have two genuine chances tomorrow at Ascot.
The first being the 3YO gelding by Oakland Park’s resident stallion Sessions, Massimo, who will run in the 3YO 60+ event over 1000 metres.
He won on debut at Belmont over 1000 metres and at his second start ran second beaten less than a length over the same distance.
Trained by Adam Durrant, he looks to be a progressive type capable of going through the classes.
Our second runner is the very competitive Fred Kersley trained Rogano gelding In Love With Paris, a winner of 4 races and 9 places from his 23 starts. He goes around in the get out stakes (race 9) coming off a last start third beaten a length to the very promising galloper Cup Night.
He will again have the services of top jockey Paul Harvey and is knocking on the door to win this campaign.