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Below is a list of the recent RED HOT info provided by the trainers last month:

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31-Aug-19   Harry Whittington   Salto Chisco   We were delighted when stable-favourite Salto Chisco dead-heated for a race at Bangor two outings ago. He always tries his hardest but if the expected rain comes it will be against his chance.   Won the race at 6/1
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31-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Swinley Forest   I like Swinley Forest a lot and he's always shown plenty of ability at home and in his races. He has a good each-way chance at the weights in this nursery but I'll be having a look at the ground first as I wouldn't want it too fast.   Was placed 3rd at 6/1
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31-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Dubai Instinct   Dubai Instinct is a very nice horse who won his maiden in the spring. We had him gelded afterwards and he's had a good break. He definitely has a strong chance in this although there is the possibility he might just need the run.   Won the race at 5/2
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31-Aug-19   Fergal O'Brien   Chilli Romance   Chilli Romance has never been easy to win with - just one in 22 starts - but you could never fault her for effort. Four consecutive seconds this time confirm both her consistency and fallibility, and I'm afraid that even on better terms, the way the winner Floral Queen went away from her over course and distance last month it's hard to see her turning the form around.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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31-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Dubai Instinct   Lightly-raced Dubai Instinct won well at Nottingham in April before running unplaced in a valuable Newbury handicap next time. He's had a gelding operation since and in the Brian Meehan stable have him ready, he looks nicely placed here against the older horses.   Won the race at 5/2
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29-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Consequences   Consequences has not been running well and there was an issue at the stalls last time. He needs to improve a good deal on what he's been doing even though his rating has come down. He has ability but has yet to show it on the track for us.   Was placed 3rd at 6/1
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29-Aug-19   William Knight   Shifting Gold   I think Shifting Gold has a good chance. She's been in decent form and she should be okay on the surface and at the trip of a mile and a quarter. It's only a 0-60 and with David Egan who knows her well in the saddle I'm very hopeful. <Happy 43rd birthday William, Ed>   Was placed 3rd at 5/1
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29-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Warning Light   We were delighted when Warning Light stepped up on a promising run at Wolverhampton with an all-the-way win over this course and distance last time. Despite hanging out to the right in the straight she kept battling and was if anything starting to go away from them at the finish. I will be disappointed if she didn't go close again as she's been raised only 2lb for that.   Won the race at 3/1
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29-Aug-19   Micky Hammond   Kisumu   We're convinced Kisumu will win somewhere, some day. Who know's maybe today could be the day? He was fourth in the Retraining Of Racehorses class at the Wensleydale show on Saturday! He's fresh and well after that outing but would need a personal best to win this. He gets on well with today’s rider.   Was placed 2nd at 5/1
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29-Aug-19   Oliver Sherwood   Working Class   Working Class had to be withdrawn at the start the other day as he lost a shoe. The question today is whether he'll stay the extra distance. He seems less headstrong this time and has had a wind op since his last run so I'm hopeful. He should be in the frame if he stays.   Won the race at 8/1
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29-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Warning Light   It's still early days yet, but a pattern seems to be emerging with Shaun Keightley handicappers. As with Image of the Moon yesterday, they tend to follow up a last-time win with another, Let's hope Warning Light can make it a repeat Chelmsford success today.   Won the race at 3/1
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28-Aug-19   Charlie Longsdon   Wilberdragon   Wilberdragon will be happy to be back at Worcester where he won over fences at this trip. It's a long time since he won over hurdles, but with better ground and a slightly cooler day he should run his race.   Was placed 2nd at 12/1
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28-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Image Of The Moon   Image of the Moon deserved her first win last time around here and I don't think she was harshly treated going up 4lb for that. Cieren Fallon struck up a good partnership with her and his 5lb claim may again swing the race her way.   Won the race at 4/1
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28-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Image of the Moon   Shaun Keightley has his team in good form and in what looks a potential match between his Image of the Moon and Hughie Morrison's Mums Hope, the former could prevail. The decisive factor may well be young Cieren Fallon's 5lb claim.   Won the race at 4/1
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27-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Mokaatil   I can't quite work out why Mokatil is the outsider of the six runners as he was very unlucky last time. It's unfortunate that there's not eight in the field as he would have been a cast-iron each-way chance. Sure to run well though.   Won the race at 10/1
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27-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Mokatil   After a creditable run in the substitute division of the Stewards' Cup, Mokatil ran back at Windsor and just failed to get up after his apprentice rider tried to squeeze through a narrow gap late in the race. The partnership should find plenty of room on the wide-open Epsom track and an overdue win is anticipated.   Won the race at 10/1
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26-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Surrey Hope   Surrey Hope has not shown too much in his two races since joining us but he works quite well at home. He has already come down quite a lot since his arrival and it does not take too much imagination to envisage an improved effort today.   Won the race at 5/2
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26-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Surrey Hope   Surrey Hope has come down a long way in the handicap and after two runs to get to know him, Hughie Morrison could have him primed to win on his third appearance for the yard.   Won the race at 5/2
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25-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Le Don De Vie   We knew Le Don de Vie was a nice horse before he joined us from Andrew Balding and his prominent showing at the Glorious meeting confirmed that. I've done very little with him since as he was already pretty fit and here he faces strong opposition, three last-time winners, all largely unexposed from top stables. It will probably be tactical and he'll need to be every bit as good as his form suggests to come through this test.   Won the race at 2/1
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25-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Quicksand   Quicksand has been lightly raced, winning once last year and after promising on comeback in the spring disappointing twice since. This small field gives her a chance to get back to form but she'll need to step up on the last two efforts.   Was placed 2nd at 6/1
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24-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Cardano   Cardano is a horse I like a lot for the future and he ran a very good race last time at Redcar. He will be hard to beat.   Won the race at 15/8
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24-Aug-19   William Knight   Kingston Kurrajong   Kingston Kurrajong has been running consistently without much luck and he should again be in contention. The presence in the field of dangerous-looking three-year-olds is always a problem.   Won the race at 11/4
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24-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Cardano   Cardano has been gradually improving while at the same time never finishing out of the first three and Ian Williams seems to have found him another suitable opportunity.   Won the race at 15/8
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23-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Speed Merchant   Speed Merchant moves back up to seven furlongs for his first run in a nursery and I give him a strong each-way chance in a trappy race.   Was placed 3rd at 5/1
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23-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Geranium   Geranium won well last time at Sandown. She's been difficult to train and you can't really rely on her. Hopefully the ground won't be too quick in which case she'll have her chance.   Was placed 0th at 11/4
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23-Aug-19   William Knight   Progressive Rating   Progressive Rating is a horse I've always liked but he just had a little niggle after Yarmouth. I think the Hugo Palmer horse is the one to beat but he could run very well.   Was placed 3rd at 10/1
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23-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Sharp Talk   Sharp Talk has run the three times for a handicap mark and has not been let in lightly on that basis. Only a watching brief in a competitive if low-level affair.   Won the race at 25/1
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22-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Spirit Of Appin   Spirit of Appin is rock solid and has plenty of form at this level. She'll be thereabouts and I think she's tremendous value each-way.   Was placed 3rd at 20/1
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22-Aug-19   Charlie Mann   Song of The Sky   Song Of The Sky is a new horse previously trained by Joseph O'Brien. We like her but she will probably be better served with more cut in the ground. She was second in a beginners' chase in Ireland where she also won four Flat races. Has a small each-way chance.   Was placed 3rd at 9/1
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22-Aug-19   Charlie Mann   Royals And Rebels   Royals and Rebels is a law unto himself and it is never easy to predict which way he goes. Unlikely on recent evidence.   Won the race at 33/1
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22-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Trouble Shooter   Trouble Shooter has struck form on soft turf recently, winning well from the back at Thirsk last time after looking out of contention. The long straight here should suit him and he will be hard to beat, although we wouldn't want the ground to dry out too much.   Won the race at 2/1
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21-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Indian Viceroy   Before his latest run Hughie Morrison was worrying that Indian Viceroy had not trained on from two to three. A marked improvement into a close second over course and distance, denied near home, ended those fears two weeks ago and he should go one better tonight.   Won the race at 5/2
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21-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Amplify   Making excuses for beaten horses rarely proves wise, but in Amplify's case it could be feasible. Certainly he never got into a clear position at Goodwood two runs back and Chelmsford is not a track for every horse. He'd better win today or even we will desert him next time.   Won the race at 3/1
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21-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Amplify   The last twice we've run Amplify I fancied him very strongly. Each time his jockey has come back saying he didn't handle the track, first at Goodwood and then Chelmsford, two courses which are far from conventional. There will be no problems on Bath's turf today and again I fully expect Amplify to win.   Won the race at 3/1
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21-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Indian Viceroy   Indian Viceroy had been generally disappointing until coming back to form with an excellent run over this course and distance two weeks ago. He remains in good order at home and must have every chance tonight.   Won the race at 5/2
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20-Aug-19   Ali Stronge   Star Of Athena   Star of Athena has been tricky to train as when some of mine were not quite right, she was hit harder than most. She is much healthier now and going back a bit she has run quite well around Brighton. She is still a lightly-raced filly, so we are looking to build on that.   Was placed 2nd at 18/1
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20-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Masked Identity   We're hoping for a good run from Masked Identity but he is handicapped up to the hilt. Realistically we can have only limited expectations.   Was placed 2nd at 8/1
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20-Aug-19   Fergal O'Brien   Chilli Romance   Chilli Romance is a very consistent mare. As ever she will be in the shake up but it is always tricky to say she will win as she usually finds one too good fur her. Unfortunately it could be the same situation for her today.   Was placed 2nd at 3/1
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18-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Royal Village   Royal Village ran a blinder when runner-up in the valuable Summer Plate at Market Rasen last month and remains on the same mark. He stays further than today's trip but with Lil Rockerfeller in the field, the gallop is likely to be strong. Great chance of going one better.   Won the race at 11/4
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18-Aug-19   Charlie Mann   Sid Hoodie   Sid Hoodie would have an each-way chance. There's always plenty of runners in these low-grade handicap chases but I'd like to think she's better than 103, so I'm hopeful of a good run.   Was placed 3rd at 7/1
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16-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Not So Sleepy   Not So Sleepy has never been the easiest to win with, but as he showed when fourth in a valuable handicap at Newmarket last time on unsuitably fast ground he is capable of high-class form on his day. The going will be in his favour today and a repetition of the Newmarket run will give him an obvious chance in another worthwhile prize.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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16-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Sound Of Cannons   We had a long-priced first-time-out winner here last Friday night in Cepheus and I would not be surprised if Sound of Cannons followed his example. A lovely colt by Nathaniel - who just got outpointed by Frankel in this race when they made their debuts back in 2010 - if he doesn't win now I'm sure he will next time.   Won the race at 5/1
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16-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Humble Gratitude   Humble Gratitude did well to win at Chester considering the track to my mind is possibly not ideal and Newmarket may well suit him better. Young Cieren Fallon's 5lb claim neatly offsets the 5lb penalty incurred at Chester and he goes there tonight with a decent chance.   Won the race at 5/1
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15-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Heatherdown   Heatherdown is another who has flattered to deceive on more than one occasion and now drops back in distance which may help. He has been difficult but is capable and P J McDonald is a plus.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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15-Aug-19   William Knight   Jacob Cats   Jacobs Cats ran his best race for a long time over this course and distance last month when only beaten on the nod with the remainder well behind. As long as he can avoid the very slow starts he is prone to, the veteran should have a good each-way chance in this company.   Won the race at 12/1
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14-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Gossip Column   Gossip Column has been running well, just denied at Chester and earlier in the summer he was a good winner over a mile and a half at York. This testing ten furlongs should not inconvenience him, but 10st top weight will not be easily carried especially with a couple of those annoying three-year-olds lurking lower down the weights.   Won the race at 11/2
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14-Aug-19   Charlie Longsdon   Dariya   Dariya was denied a run because of an abandonment last time. She will be better suited by today's galloping track than the tight turns of Cartmel. She has an each-way chance.   Won the race at 12/1
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14-Aug-19   Charlie Longsdon   The Vollan   The Vollan has been crying out for this step up in trip. He's been running very well but in his last two had to be content with second place, outspeeded by a couple of formerly decent Flat racers. We're hopeful that this could be his day.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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14-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Image Of The Moon   Image of the Moon wears her heart on her sleeve so she has no secrets from the handicapper. She disappointed last time at Sandown but has some good form around here and it's unfortunate she isn't better drawn. We're taking 5lb off and that should help her be competitive. Each-way chances.   Won the race at 14/1
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13-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Darksideoftarnside   Darksideoftarnside ran quite well in a competitive race at Sandown last time and now gets the chance to race on an easier surface which suits him so well. The galloping track will be in his favour as will be any further rain that falls on Ffos Las. Great chance.   Won the race at 6/1
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13-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Requited   Although Requited ran into his first place of the year when third at Nottingham last time, I was disappointed as it looked a decent opportunity. He has form on all-weather and drops into lower grade here but you cannot have a great deal of confidence in him nowadays.   Won the race at 3/1
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13-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Darksideoftarnside   Testing ground and the galloping Ffos Las circuit should bring out the best in Ian Williams' Darksideoftarnside. He ran well in a decent Sandown handicap last time when the going was faster than ideal and he can get back to the sort of form that brought soft-ground wins at Pontefract and Ayr in the past.   Won the race at 6/1
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12-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Say Nothing   You can't say that the handicapper has been over-generous with Say Nothing's mark so she is above the standard for this 0-70 handicap, only qualifying, like the top-weight, under the relatively new rule which lets in horses up to 2lb higher and only when it's not a full field. She should run her race and with a good gallop expected, could make it into a place.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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10-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Mandarin   Mandarin's rider Filip Minarik is something of a veteran at 44 and has a good record in Germany where he rode a Group 3 winner last week. Mandarin has been progressive in his last two races and certainly the step up to this trip of a mile and a half seemed to suit him at Newmarket last time. Up 6lb for that, it will consequently be a little tougher but as ever I'm delighted to be avoiding those improving three-year-olds - there is none in this race.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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10-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Cardano   Cardano is a lovely horse in the making. He was third at Newmarket the other day, but the form of that race isn't working out as well as I thought it might. This is competitive but I do like this horse and he is improving.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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10-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   San Carlos   San Carlos has had a little break since his last run at six furlongs which proved inadequate and he also seemed to find the mile stretching him the time before. His two wins were gained over this course and distance and with a good draw and being fresh and well, we are hopeful he can regain winning brackets.   Was placed 3rd at 9/2
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10-Aug-19   William Knight   Sir Busker   Things never went right at any stage for Sir Busker in his last run at Epsom when like the previous time there when he finished a decent second, the ground was faster than ideal. Previously on a softer surface at Goodwood he produced a flying finish to overcome a difficult trip and he'll love today's testing ground. Great chance and excellent value at the price.   Was placed 2nd at 7/1
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10-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Sir Busker   It seems to be all about the ground for Sir Busker who is better in the soft than under any other conditions on turf or all-weather. He has his ground today and is fancied to bounce back to form for the William Knight stable.   Was placed 2nd at 7/1
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09-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Trouble Shooter   Trouble Shooter won on his only recent run on turf with a battling effort at Yarmouth in June but possibly put up a best-ever performance when runner-up to a Prescott hotpot at Chelmsford last time. He was caught in traffic at a crucial stage but finished very well into a clear second. A repetition of that form should be good enough in this modest company.   Was placed 0th at 4/1
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09-Aug-19   Brian Meehan   Cepheus   Cepheus is a lovely colt by Sea The Stars, a stallion we like very much. He might well need the experience as ours often do, but I wouldn't be surprised if he ran into a place.   Won the race at 25/1
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09-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Trouble Shooter   Once the Sir Mark Prescott three-year-olds hit form, when the money is down it is rarely left behind. Mon Frere was another favourite of his to win last time out, but if Trouble Shooter had been able to start his finishing run a little earlier, a different outcome would have been likely. This could be his big chance today.   Won the race at 4/1
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07-Aug-19   Micky Hammond   The Rutland Rebel   We think The Rutland Rebel is the better of the stable's two runners in this amateurs' race, but he concedes lumps of weight which will bring the pair closer together. He will not lose out from the saddle, either, with Patrick Millman riding, while the step up in trip will suit.   Won the race at 10/1
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07-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Speed Company   Speed Company will need to find some improvement on recent form to win this competitive affair. He has been crying out for easier ground, typically for Fast Company horses, so that is in his favour. This is his first run at Pontefract, but he does well on stiff tracks so that should be another positive.   Was placed 2nd at 5/1
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07-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Bollihope   Bollihope was in good form early in the year on the all-weather, but has since had a number of minor issues. He has done plenty of work but could be a little ring-rusty and is sure to improve for the run.   Was placed 3rd at 7/1
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07-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Indian Viceroy   Indian Viceroy had a good two-year-old season but it could be he hasn't trained on as, especially the last time, his form has deteriorated. Cheekpieces are fitted for the first time to try to rekindle his interest.   Was placed 2nd at 11/1
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07-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Speed Company   It's only recently that we've become aware of Fast Company horses' liking for soft ground. Speed Company shares that tendency and also goes well on tracks with a stiff finish. He gets both requirements here and will be hard to keep out of the reckoning.   Was placed 2nd at 5/1
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06-Aug-19   Hughie Morrison   Mr Poy   We like Mr Poy, who is from a staying family we know quite well. It's unfortunate that we've drawn the stronger division and realistically like most of ours he will probably get tired in the closing stages. Saying that, he does go nicely.   Was placed 2nd at 20/1
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05-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Matewan   Matewan wouldn't want the ground to be tacky but like War Brigade will be well served by having no interaction with three-year-olds, which is always tough. Will enjoy the trip and should go well in a competitive race.   Won the race at 9/4
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05-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Mokaatil   Mokaatil is probably going back to the well once too often but he hasn't run badly in the last two races within the past six days. He should be seen to good effect at Windsor and has a decent chance of making amends, but going back for a third time can bring an element of doubt.   Was placed 2nd at 7/1
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05-Aug-19   Micky Hammond   Stormin Norman   Stormin Norman surprised us a little at Ripon when winning over a mile and a half and should really come into his own over this extended trip. Also, today’s rider was on board when he won his bumper in the spring. We think we may still be ahead of the handicapper and expect him to be there at the finish.   Won the race at 9/2
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05-Aug-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Stormin Norman   Stormin Norman, a previous winner of a bumper, came with a strong run to win his first Flat handicap over 12f at Ripon. Only 3lb higher for that, he looks poised for a follow up and rates excellent nap material.   Won the race at 9/2
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04-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Gossip Column   Gossip Column won this race last year and finds himself off top weight again. Richard Kingscote rides very well around Chester and if they were fortunate enough to get away and make the running that would be ideal. Otherwise he can take a position close up and I'm sure he will be suited by conditions and the track. Good chance of the repeat.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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04-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Humble Gratitude   Humble Gratitude has done rather less well this season than I was expecting but he still has plenty of time to put that right. He's not particularly well drawn in nine so I wouldn't want to see him get behind early as that would be tough. If he is fortunate enough to get away and into a box-seat position he could go well.   Won the race at 12/1
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04-Aug-19   Micky Hammond   Rory And Me   Rory And Me was a course and distance winner on debut in May and then ran well in defeat last time under a penalty at Southwell. He put in a pleasing gallop in midweek and with luck can return to winning form.   Won the race at 6-4
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04-Aug-19   Ian Williams   Heart Of Soul   Heart of Soul has been disappointing this time round, not showing anything like the form of last year. Again he is not particularly well drawn and will need to get away sharpish to have any chance in this.   Was placed 2nd at 7/1
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04-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Rory and Me   It is never easy for a bumper winner to carry his penalty to success as Rory and Me's connections found at Southwell after a debut win on this course. This race looks less competitive and he is a confident choice to regain the winning thread.   Won the race at 6-4
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03-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Trouble Shooter   Trouble Shooter was stuck in the middle of the field at Wolverhampton last time, disappointing after his good win in the mud at Yarmouth. He has quite a wide draw, as he had when running on well in his previous visit here, and if all goes well he could make the frame once more.   Was placed 2nd at 6/1
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03-Aug-19   Shaun Keightley   Warning Light   Warning Light is a bit noisy at home so we're trying a tongue tie on her and the cheekpieces to make her more keyed up as she's drawn one and needs to get out. She couldn't get much lower in the handicap and this is her best chance to date. Place chances.   Won the race at 4/1
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03-Aug-19   William Knight   Shifting Gold   Shifting Gold got up in the last stride over the extended mile at Nottingham after which David Egan suggested we should step her up in trip. Tonight will show whether his advice was correct. I believe it almost certainly is!   Was placed 2nd at 100/30
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02-Aug-19   Harry Whittington   Salto Chisco   Salto Chisco is well into the veteran stage but remains a great favourite in the stable. He has been a little bit off with his form but could easily get in the mix if returning anywhere near his best.   Won the race at 11/4
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02-Aug-19   Administrators NB   NB - Mandarin   Mandarin impressed last time at Windsor and looks poised to build on that tonight. His trainer concedes he would rather be keeping the five-year-old to the distance (10f) of that last race, but both pedigree and style of racing suggests he'll stay well enough.   Won the race at 4/5
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