Resistance (green and black colours) returns to 1,000 metres for the first time since running into Fabergino at Ascot Racecourse in November
Resistance has Fabergino form and, with Fred Kersley applying blinkers to her for the first time, she is the most likely winner of the Glenroy Chaff Handicap at Ascot Racecourse on Wednesday, according to Punting Form's exclusive neural prices.
The Glenroy Chaff Handicap will be the first time Resistance has competed over 1,000 metres since she finished five and a half lengths behind Fabergino six months when she was carrying three kilograms more than the grey galloper. Resistance recorded her two-year personal best figure in that November contest and, according to Punting Form's number crunchers, it is the most impressive run in its database pertaining to the Glenroy Chaff Handicap and its 12 acceptors.
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