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This looks a golden opportunity for COVER NAME, who has shown up well in both starts at 7 furlongs and should have no trouble in getting off the mark at this trip now in a much easier race. Basharat is the main danger unless there is any market interest in the newcomer Daruan.
There’s a chance that MEWS HOUSE is not the force he was, but he took advantage of a drop in the weights on his debut for a new yard here last month and ran a perfectly respectable race in defeat at Hamilton next time. Quercus looks sure to go well from his favourable draw while Ballycommon, a weak finisher over further, is also considered now he drops to 6 furlongs.
Another good run is expected from SFUMATO, who has an excellent strike-rate in course and distance handicaps on good or quicker ground and ran up against an unexposed subsequent winner here last time. Blinkers seem to have helped Ginato and he may be the main danger, ahead of Fossos and Rebel Redemption.
Mr Strutter comes here after a string of consistent course and distance efforts, while Swinging Eddie and Langholm figure as recent Catterick scorers. However, the vote goes to the three-year-old DISTINCTION, who has won and gone well at this trip on his last two starts.
An interesting contest for the grade. Amourie has won and gone well in two starts here this summer, while Mistamel has rediscovered a spark for this yard and Major Snugfit is in the midst of a productive spell of form. However, the solution could be MIRACLE EAGLE, who has run two solid races here on her last two starts and lost out only narrowly over 1m 6f last time.
Coley’s Koko had three of these behind when third to a progressive winner last time, including the well-fancied Denzil’s Laughing, who fluffed the break completely and should do much better. Bert Kibbler and Dan De Light are still to convince they’re as good on turf as the all-weather.
The vote goes to SANDS OF TIME (NAP), who will find this easier having run in Pattern and good-class handicap company since her debut win last summer.
Any amount of pace in here and none of the ten can be ruled out. A better showing from Spanish Angel, who is back down in trip in first-time headgear, wouldn’t surprise if he can get away better. But, the vote goes to MILITIA, who had Dark Shot and Machree behind when winning over course and distance in July.
Last week’s easy Ripon winner Lockdown Dream has to prove his stamina now going beyond 1m 3f for the first time, and Licit should at least close the gap on 5lbs better terms. Fellow last-time-out winners Captain Haddock and September Power are solid enough, but front-runner STEEL AN ICON may not be done yet – having failed to see out 2m under a more patient ride last time.
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