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She’s a progressive filly who is still learning her trade and she’s up four pounds for her win at Thirsk last time. She’s still a little raw and this is competitive but you’d imagine a mile-and-a-half around here would suit an she can go well in an open race.
Only four runners in this but they all bring good form to the table. I thought my fellow ran well at Beverley on debut and had he been drawn lower he might have won. The problem here is Walbank who was second in what looked a very strong race at Ascot on debut. If we can get anywhere near him I’d be delighted.
He’s starting to become disappointing but did run better when fourth at Chester last time. He’s a horse that works well and one day things will drop right for him. It would be nice if it was Sunday.
We’re stepping him up to a mile as he’s lost his way a little but did run OK over seven here last time. It’s hard to dominate races from the front at that trip and if he stays on Sunday he has a chance as he’s well handicapped on one or two pieces of form.
He did well last season and as a result is as high in the handicap as he needs to be. I’d be pleasantly surprised if he won a York handicap first-time-out off 85.
He’s a horse who has always worked extremely well. We dropped him back to five at Chester last time and go back up to six here. The handicapper is starting to relent, he’s down three to 90, and on what we see at home should be competitive off that.
Progressed well last year and won at Hamilton in September. She’s very fit and very well but the there are a couple of progressive three-year-olds in here which might make it difficult.
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