Tom Dascombe is Convinced Iconic Choice will handle a step up in trip for Your William Hill Doonside Cup.
The Sixties Icon filly proceeds from a break on Thursday, having disappointed last out time – but her kind would provide her a large chance.
Beaten on a short-head from Dandhu in the Fred Darling out time, she was then less than three lengths in the 1000 Guineas.
“If she did come back to her Guineas form, then she would have a large opportunity,” said Dascombe.
“She seems in amazing form in your home. I’m pleased with her and she is stepping up marginally in trip any cut from the floor would help her, but she moves there with a chance that is live.
“She remained a mile nicely annually, so you’d believe the 10 furlongs now should be a huge advantage to her.”
Mick Appleby can also be anticipating last week, Big Country to go close, following his return to something like his better shape in Doncaster.
He finished fourth behind the Fox Tal along with the ground that was drying will probably be in his own favour.
“He’s in great order and ran a lot better , showing much more, and he will have come ,” said Appleby.
“The floor is coming in his favour today, and I believe he should have a good chance.
“Looking at the figures, there is not much between lots of these and on his best form I believe he’d have a fantastic chance. I really don’t think he’ll be too far away.”
With a Group Two penalty and Exhort carrying a bigger one to get winning a Listed race in 27, 2 run, Forest Ranger crammed.
The one is Keith Dalgleish’s What Is The Story, winner of 2 significant handicaps in York stepping for the very first time and this year.