By Sam Turner For The Daily Mail
Published: 22:48 BST, 2 October 2020 | Updated: 23:40 BST, 2 October 2020
It has been a stellar autumn for trainer Clive Cox, and RIVER NYMPH (Ascot, 3.05) is fancied to bag another prestigious prize for the Lambourn handler.
Big-race juvenile success with Isabella Giles and Supremacy last weekend at Newmarket put some further gloss on an excellent campaign for Cox and his improving son of Cable Bay looks capable of bustling up some old favourites in the tote Challenge Cup.
Last year’s winner Kynren, Ascot regular Raising Sand and Blue Mist, impressive winner of the International over course and distance in July, will ensure this will be a tough assignment for the selection who looks to have had this race as a target for some time.
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It really is no great surprise Cox has identified today’s feature handicap for River Nymph given he bolted up at the Berkshire venue in July before routing a good field in a very strongly-run Newbury handicap last time.
The likes of Jack’s Point and Hey Jonesy should make for a truly-run affair and deep ground is unlikely to prove an issue for River Nymph.
Irish fillies dominate the head of the market for the Group One Sun Chariot Stakes but BILLESDON BROOK (Newmarket, 2.45) could enhance her superb course and distance record with