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One of two Luca Cumani-trained runners, she won a handicap with something to spare on her reappearance and is entitled to progress after just five starts.
He appears to be the reason for Kieren Fallon's presence at Haydock and he has leading form claims as he makes his seasonal return with his yard going well.
Failed to fire at York last time but should relish the prevailing conditions and no surprise to see him bounce back.
Excuses for both defeats this season (drawn wide at Chester & fluffed the start prior to that) and no surprise to see him fare better on this occasion.
Entitled to come on for his return over C&D when setting off like a scalded cat and could well resume his progress with conditions ideal.
Smart youngster who is still waiting for a second career success but his third in the Stewards' Cup shows that he's more than capable of making his presence felt in this company.
Mister Universe 4.00 York
Cubanita 2.05 Haydock
Commander Patten 1.55 Newmarket
The Last Night 8.25 Stratford
Seismic 5.05 Tramore
Bondesire 2.30 Chester
Knight Owl 7.10 Newbury
Trainer Dean Ivory’s horses are back in form following a quiet start to the season and this gelding can get the punters off to a flying start at the Knavesmire under top northern jockey Graham Lee.
A winner three times from six attempts at York he now runs over his best trip of seven furlongs and is very capable in this class 2 grade as he has even won three times in grade 1 company so if he is in top form he should take all the beating