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while George fans her along over the white blur of the Banks in beautiful upward curves of fifty miles each.
It might not be everyone's cup of tea but the winners still count and Viking Storm arrives there on a steep upward curve.
TINSHU looks like a horse who could be on an upward curve, and in a contest devoid of any stars she could run well at a decent price in the Wolverhampton-racecourse.
The British Horseracing Authority number-cruncher has stepped in with a 15lb rise in the weights, but Aidan Coleman's mount is on a steep upward curve and can win again.
THE training career of former Mick Channon employee Paul Deegan continues on an upward curve and he recently completed a move to the Curragh's Clifton Lodge yard, where Frances Crowley trained Saoire, winner of the Irish 1000 Guineas in 2005.
Deacon Blues is on an upward curve and is a player despite James Fanshawe's concerns over the drying ground, while Genki has place claims.
The forecast favourite appears to be on an upward curve but there is also reason to believe there is improvement to come from Kidlat, trained by Brendan Powell.
NEWSBOY SAYS: Followed upward curve on fast ground last summer but paid for it with the handicapper as a result.
He still looks to be on a steep upward curve, should be well suited by the quick ground, and sets a high standard Needs to take another step forward with this his first attempt at winning a Group 1 Conclusion Art Connoisseur deserves to be favourite, but there's little value in his price, so it may be best to sit this one out
The Alan King-trained mare got off the mark in a novice event at Wincanton at the beginning of last month and looks the type to continue her upward curve now she races beyond three miles for the first time.
Hopefully, this will give her confidence and she will now take an upward curve.
The claimer has struck up a good combination with the grey, who has continued his upward curve since leaving Philip Hobbs to join Colin Tizzard this winter.