In the Love Fairs Antique Fair 22 October Handicap (4.00) at Brighton on Monday, The Special One has discovered the winning habit of late and may be capable of completing a hat-trick. The Cape Cross filly has yet to win over this far, but needed every yard of the 7-furlong course when winning at the Sussex track last month and looks well worth another try over a mile. Ali Stronge’s 4-year-old has been raised just 2lb for her most recent success, but the weight rise is more than offset by Finley Marsh’s 5lb claim so, on her favoured fast ground, another prominent showing seems highly likely. Her latest win doesn’t give her much to spare over Lesanti, but the latter remains a maiden after ten starts and has his stamina to prove stepping back up in trip. Jeremy Noseda’s unexposed three-year-old Good Business has been soundly beaten in three maiden races, but drops in class and looks a potential improver on his handicap debut. He could be the one that gives the selection most to do.
Selection: Brighton 4.00 The Special One to win