<!--StartFragment--> I’M SUFFERING with a cold which may pack me off to bed for the Bank Holiday weekend. I just hope I’m fighting fit to watch the football next week and also make my annual pilgrimage to Beverley for the Hilary Needler Trophy, always a good pointer for a Royal Ascot filly.<br /><br />Thinking of fillies, I’m rather sweet on the chances of <strong>MAX ONE TWO THREE</strong> in the Betfredcasino Cecil Frail Stakes at Haydock on Saturday. This filly has been running well without troubling the judge, but if the going remains ‘soft’, I think she will have a right chance to reverse placings with Lesson In Humility – her conqueror at Nottingham two weeks ago. Tom Dascombe, the trainer of Max One Two Three, also has a two-year-old called <strong>BARZAN</strong> running this afternoon at Brighton. He’s unlikely to be a fancy price but this expensive son of Danehill Dancer should get the weekend off to a good start in the Maiden Stakes at 2.00pm.<br /><br />At Newmarket this afternoon, a horse I noted at Newbury last year and once again at Doncaster in March is due for a spin. <strong>LONDON BRIDGE</strong> may also start at quite prohibitive odds but I think that this son of Beat Hollow should take a lot of beating on his third outing in the three-year-old Maiden Stakes at Newmarket (3.30pm).<br /><br />My wife always says you’ve got to find a horse with a good name. <strong>FOUNDATION ROOM</strong> might not be in that category but I think I see where the owners were coming from. Out of a mare called Bellagio Princess the connection is Las Vegas and of course the Foundation Room is the nightclub at the top of the Mandalay Bay, with fantastic views of the strip. Let’s hope that this progressive three-year-old can give the other runners a good view of its rear in the Betfred Silver Bowl at Haydock on Saturday.