Express Sports’ The Scout writes: “Frankie Dettori can come up trumps on his first and only ride back since racing was put on hold with Galsworthy at Kempton.
“On his two outings Galsworthy ran with promise when finishing in the frame on both occasions.
“His latest performance, third behind English King at Newcastle, reads well as the second home in that contest, Waleydd, has since won in impressive style.
“Also, the John Gosden-trained colt will appreciate today’s step up in distance as his pedigree suggests that he will be even better over a more demanding trip.”
Tough safety rules require Jockeys to wear protective face masks in addition to horse owners being prohibited from entering the course.