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However, the softish ground will be against him so my pick is Croisultan.
There may not have been a world record on softish ground in the Group Two event but there was quite a swagger in the step of Richard Hannon's three-year-old, who is now destined for the very top.
DESPITE reservations about the softish ground, CORNUS came with a late rattle to squeeze through between rivals and win at Nottingham.
Pride Of Nation, the 5-2 favourite after five withdrawals because of the softish ground, defeated Ordnance Row (11-4) by a length and a quarter, and kept the race despite squeezing his rival inside the final furlong.
Whether he can win the Gold Cup (20-1 generally) may be down to whether the Festival is run on softish conditions rather than the good ground which has prevailed in recent years.
515 from the field, so expect him to re-emerge against the softish Nesterovic.
Anflora, another seven- year-old mare from Wales owned by the Maenllwyd Racing Club, is down to run in the members' restricted race and judging by her win on softish going at the Tredegar Farmers last term, will have conditions to suit her with all the recent heavy rain that has fallen.
The step down to two and a half miles from an extended two miles six furlongs may not appear in his favour, but Newcastle can take some getting in softish ground and he has the class to see him through.
However, the prospect of softish ground at Newmarket may have helped sway them towards running Montjeu in the Group One contest.
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The softish ground in the Arc probably went against his chances.