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Rebel Leader is an intriguing runner on his first start for Richard Newland and it will certainly be no surprise if he stages a revival and poses a big threat. However, preference is for the hat-trick-seeking TOMMIE BEAU, who is 2-2 over staying trips. Just Once is a longstanding maiden, but may be suited by this step up in distance.
Having run an encouraging race at Ludlow recently until falling three out with these cheekpieces back on, ANNUAL FLAVOUR is taken to get off the mark now back in a handicap. Top Beak has won two of his last three starts and is feared most, ahead of Dynamic Kate.
Stablemates BARDEN BELLA and Joey Steel finished first and second here 19 days ago and are taken to provide trainer Christian Williams with another one-two, with the progressive mare Barden Bella selected to come out on top once more. Jimmi Chew and Etat Major Aulmes are others who could have more to offer.
Hard to imagine a much weaker race and STORM RISING has surely only to complete to win with plenty in hand. The Three Wizards wasn’t far away in a mares’ novices’ seller at Stratford last weekend and looks the best alternative should the favourite fail to deliver.
The veteran AWAY FOR SLATES was in good form prior to an early unseat last time and won’t mind about the state of the ground. Buster Thomas, Thomas Todd, Diligent and Monty’s Award all arrive on the back of creditable performances on good going and the thriving Diligent is feared most.
Richard Newland has won two of the last four runnings and the stable’s bumper winner DYNAMITE KENTUCKY is taken to come out on top on this hurdle debut. Castel Gandolfo has been placed on all four hurdle starts and is second choice, with Planned Paradise and Dancing Doris others who could run well.
The unexposed five-year-old BEGIN THE LUCK (NAP) has won his last two and his latest form received a boost when the runner-up went one better next time. He can land the hat-trick. Phoenix Dawn is feared most in the expectation that he will strip fitter for a recent run on the Flat, although cases can be made for most of these, Roar and Theocrat are also respected.
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