Kynren chases Balmoral prize for David Barron

David Barron is taking a possibility that a quick turnaround can be defeat by Kynren when he attempts to win Ascot for the second time this season, at the Balmoral Handicap.
The constant five-year-old ended a frustrating run of close misses, moving back just over two years, when shooting a disability over seven furlongs in the Berkshire course a fortnight ago.
Ordinarily, Barron would not race him again so soon, but he is prepared to do because itll be the final excursion of 2019 of Kynren.
Clearly he enjoys the course, he enjoys the floor, and it appears hes a decent draw (19), said the Thirsk coach.
The downside is were coming at it rather quickly.
It is only two weeks since he won down there, and weve gone quicker than I would have liked ideally, but itll be his final run of the year – so we are taking our chance.
Clon Coulis, who was beaten just a nose Afaak from the Hunt Cup at the Royal meeting is also saddled by barron.
Shes back on the same mark when she had been next from the Hunt Cup, he explained.
She also likes the track, hence the positives are there, but the negative is that I dont know whether shell take care of the ground.
That June floor was a lot different to this will be. Were hopeful, anyhow.
Lord North is likely to enjoy loads of assistance.
Even the John Gosden-trained three-year-old was provided a increase for this success, making him combined top-weight in the one-mile handicap thatll bring Qipco British Champions Day to a close together with Kynren and Flaming Spear.
This really is Lord Norths final opportunity in a significant handicap, therefore well give it a go, said Gosden.
The Newmarket trainer defeated Accidental Agent at the Group Three Sovereign Stakes on his Most Recent start at Salisbury at August and has a second series in Kick On, who began the campaign with success from the Feilden Stakes at Newmarket in April.
Kick On won a Group Three final time out, and he is a real horse that deserves to run in a race like this, said Gosden.
Aidan OBrien is made to rely after needing to rule out.
Amedeo has only had the one run back because a fracture when he ran in a Listed race Cork, said the Ballydoyle handler of the one-time Derby hopeful.
He ran a wonderful raceand we believe hell step forward from it.
We always thought he was a classy horse.
Dean Ivory is worried Flaming Spear could be caught by the stiff mile in the testing conditions out.
I think the mile may be a bit too much for him with this ground, stated the Radlett coach.
I am pleased with him, the way he has been operating, and he has been lightly-raced.
Ralph Beckett isnt perturbed by heavy ground because of both Trainers, Mitchum Swagger and Biometric.
He saidMitchum Swagger would delight in the floor very much. It cant rain for him, and he had a great run in Redcar a fortnight ago.
Biometric obviously won the Britannia on slow earth, so it shouldnt be too much drama for him .

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