Zurigha (2nd), Anahita (3rd), Victoria Regina (4th), Energia Fribby
(5th), Slipper Orchid (6th) and Oh Star (7th) take their chances again with the Richard Hannon-trained Zurigha appearing to have the best chance.
Marco Botti, rider of Energia Fribby
She won well for us on her first start and arrived with some decent form in South America.
At Chester, ENERGIA FRIBBY
, a Group 1 heroine in her native Brazil, is fancied to get off to the perfect start for her new trainer Marco Botti (above) by defeating seven opponents for the Listed Feel The Rush At Betfair Stand Cup (2.
Zurigha was well beaten last week but the five-year-old by Cape Cross is tipped to improve for the outing and can challenge the likes of Oh Star, Energia Fribby
and Anahita in what looks to be an open renewal of the Cape Verdi.