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15 Horses who should pay their way in the coming weeks

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Trainer: William Haggas


Battered is progressive and is just the sort to win a top handicap this autumn. His second in the big mile handicap for three-year-olds at York needs upgrading as he came from a good way back and he also came wide there, so a 2lb rise for that looks more than manageable. The gelding has a soft-ground win under his belt, so autumn conditions shouldn't be a problem. That last run also showed he is equally good at a mile as seven furlongs, so he ought to have plenty of options.
Mel Cullinan


Defoe
Roger Varian




Unbeaten in four starts this season, Defoe looks better and better every time I open the form book. His Glasgow Stakes win at Hamilton has been well franked by the second and the third, and he looked even better at Newbury last time when cantering all over Coronation Cup runner-up Frontiersman. Yes the quirky Wall Of Fire ran on and wasn't far behind Defoe at the line, but Roger Varian's colt was going away again at the finish and looked to have loads left in the tank. He would relish a soft-ground St Leger and if he runs as well as I expect at Doncaster, don't be surprised if connections consider supplementing him for the Arc.
Tom Segal


Dream Today
Mark Johnston


The winner of the Convivial Maiden Stakes at York does not always turn out to be high class despite the race being by far the most valuable of its kind in Britain, but Dream Today might be an exception. He travelled sweetly on the pace throughout and was always finding enough, beating three rivals with previous racecourse experience with the rest well strung out. Mark Johnston had him in the Group 3 Solario Stakes but that was always likely to be too soon and the chances are we'll see him in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster next. He has some way to go to be as good as his brother Al Wukair, who won the Prix Jacques le Marois last month, but he's got bags of promise.

Paul Kealy

Ducky Mallon
Donal Kinsella


This six-year-old sprinter has landed 6f handicaps at the Curragh and Leopardstown on his last two starts and looks to be in the form of his life. He will be of interest wherever he turns up next and could have a live chance in the Bold Lad Sprint Handicap on the Sunday of Irish Champions Weekend. He should prove profitable to follow for the remainder of the season, especially over six furlongs.
Brian Sheerin


Elusive Heights
Ger Lyons




We have yet to see the best of this lightly raced four-year-old gelding. He began the campaign in promising fashion when chasing home stablemate Brendan Brackan in the Listed Glencairn Stakes and it seems Ger Lyons has shrewdly put him away for an autumn campaign. A strong traveller who copes with cut in the ground, Elusive Heights has premier handicap winner written all over him off a mark of 100 and the Northfields Handicap at the Curragh on Irish Champions Weekend looks right up his street. 
David Jennings


Get Knotted
Michael Dods




This quirky but talented five-year-old was second in the Ayr Silver Cup last season after narrowly missing out on a place in the Ayr Gold Cup. He impressed when winning at York two starts ago off a mark of 94, despite doing little when hitting the front, and the 5lb rise seems lenient but should be enough to get him into Ayr's famous handicap this time around. He is versatile regarding trip and there could be a couple of big performances in him this autumn.
Tom Park


Hey Jonesy
Kevin Ryan




Arguably unlucky not to be unbeaten in three starts as he lost out by a nose on his debut at Carlisle and then bolted up from useful type Staxton on his second run at York. Kevin Ryan’s colt was only third in the Goffs Premier Yearling Stakes at that track last time, but the field split into two groups and Hey Jonesy won the race on his side by some distance. The first two raced on the opposite flank and Hey Jonesy had nothing to race with from three furlongs out. He might have won had he been on that side and this Middle Park entry can make his mark this autumn.
Graeme Rodway


Intimation
Sir Michael Stoute




Stoute's impressive list of Cheveley Park-owned Pattern winners has every chance of increasing over the next few months as this progressive mare embarks on a late-season campaign. Intimation returned from a break at the Curragh last month where she finished an eyecatching second and, with that run under her belt, she can make her mark in Group company, starting with Saturday's Atalanta Stakes at Sandown. A win there could then pave the way for a run at the various autumn Group 1s. She's entered in the Sun Chariot and the Prix de l'Opera, and then there's the Filly & Mare Turf at the Breeders' Cup – a race Stoute has won twice with Cheveley Park fillies in the last four years. The key to this daughter of Dubawi is soft ground and she should get her favoured conditions soon.
James Hill


Inviolable Spirit
Richard Fahey




This juvenile has not had the chance to show what he is capable of on his last few starts, with early interference at Pontefract, soft ground in the Super Sprint, a high draw at Chester and another disadvantageous draw in a sales race at York last time. Having been switched to race on the far side he got detached on the Knavesmire before making some late headway. He also kept on well at Chester two starts ago and granted a bit more luck there are nurseries to be won with him.
Ben Hutton


Saracen Knight
Aidan O'Brien




This colt made a good impression when running on late for third behind stablemate Saxon Warrior first time out at the Curragh. Although merely one of many Ballydoyle-trained colts who could emerge as a Classic prospect in the closing months of the season, he appeals as a type O'Brien may bring on relatively quickly in order to advance the profile of his first-season sire, three-time Classic winner Camelot. He looks a surefire maiden winner who could quickly graduate to Pattern level.
Alan Sweetman


Squats
William Haggas




William Haggas's five-year-old gelding has been extremely unfortunate with the draws he has been allotted in four starts at Ascot this season, but showed he is still in rude health with an impressive victory on soft ground at Newbury last time. He travelled like a dream throughout that contest and quickened up nicely on ground that was not ideal to run out a decisive winner. The handicapper has put his mark up to 100, which isn't insurmountable, and he has gone extremely well in the month of September in recent years. Squats holds a number of entries in the coming weeks, starting with Chelmsford on Saturday night, but his main target looks to be the Ayr Gold Cup, for which he is a general 25-1 chance.
Tom Collins


Stage Magic
Charlie Appleby




This colt still has an entry list for this season as long as my arm, suggesting he is a good deal better than he has shown in three starts. A big, imposing sort, he was clueless until the final furlong when second at Haydock on his debut, before running out an impressive winner from the front at Newbury. Sent to France for what was probably viewed as easy pickings last time, he was just worried out of it close home. None of that form is anything to write home about, but if market support is an accurate gauge of ability then we haven't seen anywhere near the best of this scopey son of Dark Angel, who clearly handles cut in the ground (has a pronounced knee action).
Pietro Innocenzi


The Night Before
Robert Cowell




It’s hard to believe The Night Before won’t be able to win off his current mark of 56 after shaping really well in 5f handicaps at Doncaster and Beverley last month. Last off the bridle on Town Moor, he wasn’t knocked about after being hampered twice in the final two furlongs, while he went mighty close to overcoming a bad draw at Beverley, doing plenty of running to get across and lead only to be worn down in the final strides by Hamidans Girl. The lightly raced sprinter possesses plenty of early pace and could win two or three low-grade handicaps this autumn.
Richard Birch


UAE King
Roger Varian




This scopey three-year-old was beaten into a creditable third when dropped back to 1m6f for a Listed race at Goodwood last month but that race did not make full use of his stamina. UAE King had earlier taken off in the closing stages of a handicap at Ascot to register a highly impressive win on his only start over two miles. He'll get further than that and is an excellent staying prospect.
Richard Austen


Waldgeist
Andre Fabre




We've definitely not seen the best of Waldgeist this year. He was set an impossible task when last seen in the Irish Derby, the form of which has since been strongly boosted by Cracksman, who also got too far back in that event, and I reckon he’s going in under the radar for the Arc. Andre Fabre has had time to freshen him up for a trial and the son of Galileo has no doubt got an RPR of 120+ in him this year. The Breeders’ Cup Turf at Del Mar is a likely end-of-season target as well.
Dave Orton

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