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QUITEACATCH showed ability in a couple of minor events on turf at Redcar in the summer and has improved since switched to handicaps on the all-weather since.
She is quite stoutly bred on the dam’s side of her pedigree and did well to finish as close as she did dropped to six furlongs here last time with that in mind. The step back up in trip is sure to suit and she is well up to winning races from a mark in the 50s.
FATHER OF JAZZ comes from a good family and shaped with plenty of promise on his debut when second to a useful sort at Sandown.
He belied market weakness on that occasion, but was more clued up than the other newcomers and the only one to look a threat to the winner in the straight.
Father of Jazz has since left Michael Bell and should prove hard to beat switched to the all-weather starting out for Roger Varian.
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STEELRIVER goes particularly well round here (four-time course and distance winner) and looks very interesting now contesting a lesser handicap than he is used to plying his trade in having fallen back down to his last winning mark.
He took a step back in the right direction when hitting the frame over course and distance last time, flying at the finish as is usually the case.
He should get the strong pace he craves here and he will be hard to keep out of the places if he gets the breaks.
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