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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
112 Fol Hollow (IRE)
7 b g Monashee Mountain (USA) - Constance Do (Risk Me (FR))
88-1510 Middleham Park Racing III
Has won ten races from 5f to 6f on ground varying from good to firm to soft. Beaten 8l behind Sir Geoffrey at 9-2fav when 10th of 12 on his latest outing at Doncaster over 5f (soft) earlier this month. Has won at Hamilton and Redcar this season.
28 Llewellyn (GB)
4 b g Shamardal (USA) - Ffestiniog (IRE) (Efisio)
28-0U11 Mr Anthony Knott
Ryan While (7)
W G M Turner
Successful at 6f and 7f on soft ground. Won on his latest outing when evens fav at Folkestone over 6f (soft) last month, beating Diamond Vine by 2 1/4l. Has also won at Lingfield this season. Having his first run for a new stable today, previously with J R Boyle.
34 Red Cape (FR)
9 b g Cape Cross (IRE) - Muirfield (FR) (Crystal Glitters (USA))
123371 Middleham Park Racing Lvi
James P Sullivan
Mrs R Carr
Has won 13 races from 5f to 7f on ground varying from good to firm to good to soft and on the all-weather. Won on his latest outing when 5-4fav at Hamilton over 5f (good) last month, beating Economic Crisis by 2 1/4l. Has also won at Wolverhampton this season.
41 Sophie's Beau (USA)
5 b g Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Lady Buttercup (USA) (Meadowlake (USA))
972616 Mrs M Chapman
Blinkers, Tongue strap
M C Chapman
Successful at 5f and 6f on good to firm and good to soft ground. Finished 7l behind Elusive Bonus when sixth of 9 at 7-2 on his latest outing at Beverley over 5f (good to soft) last month.
59 Zomerlust (GB)
10 b g Josr Algarhoud (IRE) - Passiflora (Night Shift (USA))
2-36114 Mrs S Quinn
William Twiston-Davies (7)
J J Quinn
Has won 12 races from 6f to 7f on ground varying from good to firm to heavy. Finished 9l behind Tajneed when fourth of 6 at 13-2 on his latest outing at Ripon over 6f (soft) last month. Has won twice at Redcar this season.
67 China Excels (GB)
5 b g Exceed And Excel (AUS) - China Beauty (Slip Anchor)
7 Mrs S Smith
Mrs S J Smith
Beaten 13l behind Uprise at 25-1 when seventh of 8 on his flat debut at Doncaster over 6f (good) last month.
710 Northern Bolt (GB)
7 b g Cadeaux Genereux - Shafir (IRE) (Shaadi (USA))
627855 Mr Keith Brown
I W McInnes
Winner of five races from 5f to 6f on ground varying from good to soft. Finished 6l behind Jamaican Bolt when fifth of 9 at 16-1 on his latest outing at Hamilton over 5f (soft) earlier this month.
86 Bay Of Fires (IRE)
4 b f Iffraaj - No Tippling (IRE) (Unblest)
08-0289 J M Binns And P Bamford
Successful at 6f and 7f on good ground, but last win was over two years ago. Beaten 15l behind Dr Red Eye at 25-1 when 9th of 10 on her latest outing here over 7f (good to soft) earlier this month. She is wearing cheekpieces for the first time.
95 Keep Fighting (GB)
4 ch f Monsieur Bond (IRE) - Baron Rhodes (Presidium)
Mrs G B Walford
T D Walford
Dam won four times at 5f and 6f.
102 Little Thief (GB)
5 b m Indian Danehill (IRE) - Val De Fleurie (GER) (Mondrian (GER))
5 Mr S Rose & Mr G Lithgow
Dam won eight times over hurdles between 2m 1f and 2m 5f and four times over the flat between 1m 1f and 1m 4f. Finished 18l behind Pendragon when last of 5 at 33-1 on her racecourse debut at Hamilton over 1m 1f (good) last month.
1111 Oakbrook (GB)
3 b g Indesatchel (IRE) - Statuette (Statoblest)
00-304U James Warrender & Mrs Elaine Culf
Mrs A Duffield
Placed once in six starts. Unseated rider when 6-1 at Ayr over 7f (soft) won by Oddysey earlier this month on his latest outing.
123 Middleton Flyer (IRE)
3 ch f Titus Livius (FR) - Autumn Star (IRE) (Mujadil (USA))
6-33042 Gap Personnel
P T Midgley
A winner at 5f on firm ground. Beaten 1 1/2l by Ghazeer when second of 5 at 10-3 on her latest outing at Warwick over 5f (soft) last month.
The two Middleham Park contenders Fol Hollow and Red Cape are very effective at this sort of level and must come into the reckoning, while Zomerlust fits a similar profile having struck four times in either claiming or selling company during the last year or so. The vote, however, goes to LLEWELLYN on his debut for new connections. The offspring of Shamardal readily won both starts in June (when with Jim Boyle) and appears to have been found another fantastic winning opportunity on his favoured rain-softened ground.