The first selection of the afternoon at Newmarket on Friday comes in the Listed Newmarket Stakes over 1m2f and Hoo Ya Mal looks the value for Andrew Balding.
The three year old colt has been seen four times to date, three of those runs as a juvenile, finishing a good third at Sandown on heavy ground on debut and then on a quicker surface at York got off the mark in a 16 runner maiden.
His final start as a two year old came at Doncaster in the Listed Flying Scotsman Stakes and he was a nose second to the talented Noble Truth.
Seen for the first time this season stepping up to a mile in the Group Three Craven Stakes and he was a staying on third of six behind Native Trail and Claymore.
That sets the form standard in the race for us and with his pedigree suggesting he will handle the extra two furlongs, he could strip a much better horse for this trip and off the back of his seasonal debut run.