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A market move for any of the newcomers would be informative, especially The Cookstown Cafu who looks the most interesting of that group. Subjective Value is entitled to come on from his Beverley debut, but BASTOGNE sets a good standard following his Leicester victory and is taken to defy his 4lbs penalty.
Three of these met over 5 furlongs here yesterday with Alsvinder winning, Hard Solution finishing third and I’ll Be Good last of the six runners. With the benefit of a 4lbs pull and the extra furlong probably more in his favour Hard Solution may come out best this time.
However, preference is for the three-year-old FRENCH RED who looks to be on an upward curve and only just failed to get off the mark at Yarmouth last time. Sandy B has shown nothing so far, but is of some interest purely because of her stable’s fine recent record in this race.
This may lie between the two last-time-out winners. Muatadel is just 2lbs higher than for his recent surprise Hamilton success, but preference is for ROSE BANDIT (NAP) despite being 8lbs higher than for her win at the same meeting. She took that race with such authority that she looks more than capable of following up. Mo Henry has the form to go well, but looks more of a place prospect than for the win.
Preference is for GWEEDORE, who finished nicely for second at Musselburgh last week and can race off 2lbs lower this time. Prospect managed to win at Leicester despite pulling hard, so he looks a big danger to the selection – especially, if settling better. Jim Goldie’s two runners, Global Humor and Classy Al, are also worthy of respect.
This looks competitive. Rain would bring Black Friday into the equation, while Look Out Louis and Pearl Of Qatar hold solid claims having done so well already this year. However, the vote goes to MUSIC SOCIETY, who probably won with more in hand than the head margin would suggest at Pontefract last time and is fancied to defy a 3lbs rise.
There are a couple of interesting three-year-olds in this, namely Two Brothers whose fourth on handicap debut is looking good form now, while handicap debutant Green Believer is bred to be much better than he has shown thus far.
Tundra comes into this in good heart following her recent Bath win, but preference is for FLYING MOON who showed that he could handle a quick surface when winning over 1m here last time and should have no problem with the return to a longer trip.
This looks wide open and none of the seven runners can be ruled out completely. Rain would enhance the chances of John Kirkup, while Be Proud is respected if again getting a good pace to run at. The unexposed SOAPYS SISTER is an interesting candidate for a stable with a good record in this race.
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