Simon Holt of Channel 4 Racing analyses today's Great St Wilfrid Handicap at Ripon
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First Maite: Highly impressive on soft ground at Haydock.

Cretan Gift: Slightly unlucky at Ascot last weekend.

Further Outlook: Reformed character for David Nicholls.

Pipalong: Running consistently without winning this season.

Perryston View: Led till over a furlong out in Stewards' Cup.

Marsad: Lightly raced, unplaced in the Wokingham.

Bon Ami: Quite consistent at 6f and 7f this season.

Indian Spark: Finished last in the Stewards' Cup at Goodwood.

Cadeaux Cher: Winner of this prize 12 months ago.

Ocker: Third over course and distance recently.

Friar Tuck: Fourth to Atlantic Viking here two outings ago.

Double Oscar: Only 14th in the Stewards' Cup last time.

Zuhair: Twice successful during Glorious Goodwood.

Now Look Here: Beat only four home in the Stewards' Cup .

Jimmy Too: Best run this season when fifth over 7f at Haydock.

Downland: Hard to assess, but from shrewd stable.

Atlantic Prince: Successful at Beverley in June.

Unshaken: On softish ground, would have a squeak at his best.

Redoubtable: This 6f may prove too sharp.

Demolition Jo: Behind First Maite at Haydock but in form.

Ansellman: Returned to winning form at Bath last time.

Mallia:. Winner three times in minor handicaps this term.

Peppiatt: Holds a chance on a win at Ayr last month.

Conclusion: ZUHAIR can score for sprint king David Nicholls