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Race 1 (1:35pm) TWO COP BOP
Two solid starts so far, both over C&D, including a third last month, finishing 5 lengths off the winner, Acklam Express. Should improve further this afternoon, especially amongst a relatively weak field, although Better By Far looks the most likely of threats. Tom Eaves continues onboard and should go close at least.
Race 2 (2:10pm) BALLYARE
No victory in eleven career starts, but this Lucinda Russell trained ride has rarely given a bad performance, following up a fourth at Musselburgh on the last day of July, with a second over C&D two days later, when beaten by Alwaatn Sound by a neck. Should be in the hunt for places once again and could go one better.
Alternative Selection: QUANAH
Race 3 (2:40pm) KAT’S BOB
Finished as a 28/1 second at Ayr on debut, over 6f (good to soft), when beaten by 3.25 lengths to Cairn Island. He kept on well that day, although had little chance with the winner, but looks more than capable of further improvement this afternoon, especially with Iain Jardine’s yard in strong form lately.
Race 4 (3:10pm) AUTUMN FLIGHT
Finished third last time out at Thirsk in a Class 3, when 1.5 lengths off the winner, four days ago. Has enjoyed success at this venue, having won twice and finishing second in five starts. Conditions should suit and another solid run looks on the cards
Race 5 (3:40pm) POET’S DAWN
Returned to a previous winning mark, when third at Beverley (1m, good) nine days ago, having struggled in five previous runs. Consistency has been the main issue over his career, but that run does at least offer some hope, although an addition to the perm, may be worth considering.
Alternative Selection: GULF OF POETS
Race 6 (4:15pm) LET IT BE
Makes flat debut this afternoon, but has won two bumpers at Aintree (November) and at Newcastle a month later, when beating Whowonthetoss by a neck. Both of those were on soft ground, so it will be interesting to see how he fairs on the quicker surface, while an eight month absence also raises a question. However, he still looks a solid prospect here.
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