Kipchak ran a cracker from the front under Robert Winston at Redcar in April and showed that he is not a one trick pony that only acts on the all-weather. That win came over this trip of 7f and was his second win over that distance. He has since moved on to Conor Dore from Alan McCabe but failed to get home over a stiff mile at Pontefract last time out, when starting from a poor draw, and dropping back in trip I think he’ll go better here. He runs off 75 and was narrowly pipped off that same mark at Brighton last month (0.56l btn 3rd). Eddie Ahern an interesting jockey booking.