3-year-olds have a great record in the Coral Charge with six wins in the last nine years. Battaash won it three years ago before going on to great things and only time will tell if there’s another star in this year’s line-up.
The 6-year-old Dakota Gold is officially the top-rated horse on 110 but it will be a big disappointment if one of the trio of 3-year-olds that are rated 109 doesn’t beat him.
As six of the last nine winners have been drawn in stall-four or lower, Liberty Beach could be the most inconvenienced of the trio be the draw. But John Quinn’s charge still shouldn’t be underestimated after running Battaash to just over 2-lengths last time in a Group 1.
A’Ali looked a potential star over 5-furlongs last year but it’s worrying that he flopped at Newcastle on his reappearance after also flopping in American on his final start last year. However, he’s got Frankie Dettori back in form, his stable is in form, and he’s got the advantage of being drawn against the rail.
Lazuli is our tip for the Coral Charge. He hacked up over course and distance last time on what was just his fifth run and he looked like he could go to the top that day. He’s nicely drawn in stall-3 and his trainer Charlie Appleby has been banging in winners all over the place this week.
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