Oak slashed for Fakenham success
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Jennie Candlish's nine-year-old ran a better race at Hexham last time and is clearly expected to go well again this afternoon.
Pulled up on last two starts after making mistakes but fairly well-fancied on each occasion and it's a case of same again today with plenty of support.
Mark Johnston's filly makes her handicap and fibresand debut in this contest and after some good efforts at Wolverhampton she is well-fancied this afternoon.
Fibresand specialist who is five from seven around here and she has been very well backed to make it six from eight.
Not shown much in a couple of starts over fences but very capable off today's mark on his hurdles form.
One from five for Tim Vaughan and ran in an Aintree handicap chase won by Cheltenham winner Eastlake last time. Expected to go very well back in novice hurdle company.