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

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Review

 

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30-Sep-19   William Knight   Sea Art   Conditions will be fine for Sea Art and a mile five will be right up his street. We have a good jockey and a good draw, so I think he has an excellent each-way chance.   Won the race at 9/2
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30-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Sea Art   Sea Art has been generally disappointing but William Knight has never lost faith in him. He renews rivalry with Celtic Classic who had him six lengths back in sixth recently at Kempton and he now meets that horse on 6lb better. Sea Art can gain his revenge this time.   Won the race at 9/2
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28-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Gossip Column   Both Gossip Column's wins this season have been away from Chester, but he usually goes well here too. He was slightly disappointing behind an improving three-year-old filly here last time but should run his race again.   Won the race at 9/2
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28-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Restorer   Restorer has been running in high-class handicaps all year, admittedly without success, but has been given a good chance by the handicapper today. He is the best drawn of our trio and in an easier race, numbers- and class-wise, he has to be the one to beat.   Was placed 2nd at 11/4
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28-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   Monty's Award   Monty's Award is a slightly in-and-out performer but if he could repeat the form of his latest run at Worcester he would go very well in this competitive handicap.   Was placed 3rd at 5/1
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27-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Spirit Of Appin   I think Spirit of Appin has a great chance. She ran a very good race at York and has had a little break since then. On official figures she only has 1lb to find with the favourite and she could not be in any better form at home. Cast-iron each-way bet.   Won the race at 9/1
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27-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Spirit of Appin   Spirit of Appin has run several good races over this trip and at Listed level against decent fillies. She ran her usual solid race at York; is fresh after her short break according to Brian Meehan and holds solid each-way claims.   Won the race at 9/1
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26-Sep-19   Micky Hammond   Lairig Ghru   Lairig Ghru is showing up well at home and if his pedigree is anything to go by in time he will be winning races. He is sure to need the experience today and the wide draw is another negative on ground that’s also an unknown. Watching brief.   Was placed 3rd at 33/1
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26-Sep-19   Shaun Keightley   Catapult   Catapult always runs well at Southwell but so far has found one or two too good. On only 4lb better it will be hard to turn around this month's form with Queen of Kalahari, who beat him five lengths. His draw in one is far from ideal, so once again place chances realistically.   Was placed 3rd at 8/1
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26-Sep-19   Hughie Morrison   Requited   I'm not sure Requited stays six furlongs. He never got in the hunt after a slow start over the straight five here last time but against these relatively slower horses he could get into a decent position tonight. Then it's a case of whether he stays the trip or not.   Was placed 2nd at 12/1
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24-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   Cardigan Bay   Cardinal Bay is a tough old girl and she has been doing very well through the summer in decent handicaps. She won't mind the rain and must have a good chance back in novice company.   Won the race at 6/4
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24-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   Treackle Tart   Treackle Tart resumes after a five-month break and with top-weight. We would be delighted with a prominent run and the overnight rain will not be a problem.   Won the race at 12/1
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24-Sep-19   Micky Hammond   Quoteline Direct   Quoteline Direct hasn’t really got his form together as yet this season. There's no obvious reason for that and today's contest is the sort he would normally do well in. More hopeful than confident for his chance in what looks the weaker of the two divisions.   Was placed 3rd at 8/1
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24-Sep-19   Oliver Sherwood   Spice War   My horses are running alright at the moment but knowing my luck, we’ll probably finish second again tonight. He’s a big improving horse and I was very pleased with his last run at Kempton. Tonight's 1m6f should be tailor-made for him and he could get 2m. He’s got to be knocking on the door.   Won the race at 11/10
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24-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Spice War   Speaking to Oliver Sherwood before Spice War's win at Kempton on stable debut, one got the impression that while future hurdling was at the forefront, he wouldn't have been shocked by a good performance. The four-year-old showed plenty of resolution that day and off just 4lb higher should make another bold show at this slightly longer trip.   Won the race at 11/10
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23-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Macho Boy   Macho Boy ran a very promising race at Ascot in a novice which has already had a couple of boosts. He was hung out on the outside without which he would have been even nearer the winner who followed up at Newbury on Saturday. Not without a chance at unexpectedly big odds.   Was placed 2nd at 33/1
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23-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   Dandridge   I hate having to run two horses in the same race, but the opportunities for this type of 0-140 chaser are few and far between. Dandridge has been running all summer and is an infrequent winner, indeed he hasn't won for three years. He's more an each-way type and will have his small chance as ever.   Was placed 3rd at 7/1
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23-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   Vivas   Vivas made great strides over fences in the three months leading up to Christmas last year, winning three times. We're happy with him this time as he makes his return and I give him a little squeak as I think he may have improved again.   Won the race at 4/1
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23-Sep-19   Oliver Sherwood   Working Class   The wind op has clearly worked for Working Class and he seems much more relaxed now. It's a better race than Fontwell but he's gone up only 3lb so I think he should be bang there. The slight worry is the extra two furlongs, but if he relaxes he ought to be okay.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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23-Sep-19   William Knight   Sir Busker   Although he's not won for a few races I think Sir Busker is an improving horse. I've taken the headgear off because he's been too keen lately, and I'm confident he'll get the mile around here. Good chance.   Won the race at 17/2
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23-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - WorkingClass   Working Class has always been well regarded in the Oliver Sherwood yard and his wind op earlier in the year seems to have been effective judged on his last-time-out win at Fontwell. Only 3lb higher, he must have a decent chance in what is a very competitive affair.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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21-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Blue Laureate   The ground will be very different for Blue Laureate compared with the other day at Ffos Las but he has run well in the past on fast ground at Ascot. He should cope with conditions; remains in good form and a repeat of his Ffos Las run would see him go well.   Was placed 3rd at 4/1
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21-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Raaeq   Raaeq is the nicest two-year-old we've had for several years. He's very good and ran an excellent first race at Salisbury when despite being very green he finished fast. Should win today.   Won the race at 11/8
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21-Sep-19   Hughie Morrison   Geranium   Geranium is there with a chance but is carrying 4lb more than when she got beat last time. If she lets herself down on the ground she should go close but I'm just worried it might be a little too fast. There was no dew anywhere this morning so that won't help.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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21-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Consequences   Consequences put some poor efforts behind him last time, showing a return to something like his true form. We're fortunate that the likely favourite Zahee is drawn in 11, but while we have a chance, he's unlikely to be good enough if, for example, the unexposed Zahee gets rolling.   Was placed 3rd at 6/1
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21-Sep-19   Shaun Keightley   Sharp Talk   Sharp Talk's Chelmsford win was something of a surprise and led us to believe a mile would suit him. At Kempton he showed that was too far for him and he now comes back to the seven furlongs of that earlier win. He's in great form at home and should be very competitive in a close-knit handicap.   Was placed 2nd at 5/1
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21-Sep-19   Hughie Morrison   Forbidden Dance   Forbidden Dance ought to go well but I fear she's sometimes liable to let us down when we think she'll win. This isn't a strong race so we have to be optimistic about her chance tonight.   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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21-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Raaeq   We gave Raaeq a very close watch at Salisbury after trainer Brian Meehan's encouraging pre-debut comments and he lived up to them, despite showing greenness for much of the run. So we're napping him today even though there are at least three runners that landed the best bet for us last time out. Hope we're not being misguided, or disloyal!   Won the race at 11/8
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19-Sep-19   Shaun Keightley   Catapult   Catapult has plenty of all-round pace but in a field of fast starters, doesn't actually need to make the running, which he sometimes does. He always runs well around here and if things fall for him he can make it a first Southwell win after several creditable placed efforts.   Was placed 2nd at 3/1
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18-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Southern Dancer   Southern Dancer was gelded some time ago and has been going well in his training. We sent him for a barrier trial recently and he was very promising, so I expect a good run today. Each-way chance.   Was placed 3rd at 20/1
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18-Sep-19   Ben Pauling   Sebastian Beach   Sebastian Beach has been running okay without setting the world alight through the summer. He was well beaten in third in a chase at Perth in July and now gets first-time blinkers to try to rekindle enthusiasm. The 7lb off will help the top-weight but it's still not an easy task.   Won the race at 7/1
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17-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Tribal Commander   Tribal Commander has been slipping down the handicap with little sign of a form revival for us. Maybe young Fallon's 3lb claim and supreme confidence can arrest the slump.   Was placed 2nd at 5/1
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16-Sep-19   Fergal O'Brien   Heavenly Promise   Heavenly Promise has not been with us very long and it will be interesting to see where she is in her preparation. Today will be all about getting her round safely - she unseated two runs back - but we wouldn't be shocked if she ran into a place.   Was placed 3rd at 7/1
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16-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Seven De Baune   Seven De Baune is only lightly-raced but already has a bumper win, a two-mile, five-furlong novice hurdle victory at Ludlow and second in a nice hurdle in France during the summer, from just five career starts. The fact that a 137-rated horse runs in a chase for a first prize of just over 4k today reflects more on the state of British racing than on Worcester. Hopefully he can live up to his rating. We think he's a nice chaser for the future.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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16-Sep-19   William Knight   Progressive Rating   Progressive Rating has got to have a great chance. He's got a good draw, has worked very well and we think he's a nice horse.   Won the race at 8/11
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16-Sep-19   Shaun Keightley   Waterproof   Waterproof seems to be progressing even as his mark continues to drop. Cheek-pieces applied, a good draw and in-form jockey could combine to get him into the frame at fancy odds.   Was placed 2nd at 28/1
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16-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Progressive Rating   Oisin Murphy has a good record when riding for William Knight - actually, he has a good record riding for anyone! - and in Progressive Rating he has the right ally in this novice auction stakes. His Salisbury third has been boosted and from the plum draw he will be hard to beat.   Won the race at 8/11
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16-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Seven de Baune   Man for all seasons Ian Williams has been banging in the winners on the Flat, but also had an easy beginners' chase winner on this track last week. Seven De Baune at 137 is a pretty highly-rated hurdler considering his limited experience and his second at Dieppe over French-style hurdles will have been useful practice for our fences. Good thing with a clear round.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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15-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Blue Laureate   Blue Laureate has plenty of ability but he has been a little inconsistent lately. He remains pretty high in the handicap and meets some progressive younger rivals, but first-time cheek-pieces might bring the required improvement in a tight race.   Won the race at 15/2
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15-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Blue Laureate   Pretty much a case of one possible, so the element of selection does not apply. Blue Laureate does have some nice form and young Fallon's 3lb is still a handy weapon even if it's 2lb lower than a week ago.   Was placed 0th at 15/2
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14-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Teemlucky   Teemlucky has taken time to come to hand and still looked inexperienced in her first handicap at Windsor. She's 2lb lower here and we'll be looking for some improvement.   Was placed 2nd at 25/1
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14-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Top Buck   I thought Top Buck ran pretty well in midfield behind Mums Tipple in the big sales race at York. He was a little unlucky, crowded at a crucial time at Kempton last week. He looks a cut above these.   Won the race at 13/8
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14-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Punjab Mail   Punjab Mail is proving hard to win with but in fairness you could not say very often that he's run a poor race. It will not be easy getting off the mark today as the outside draw around here is a disadvantage.   Was placed 3rd at 7/1
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14-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Humble Gratitude   Humble Gratitude has been in excellent form, staying on strongly to win successive races around here and then at Newmarket. Far from disgraced in stronger company back here last time, he will again be a major contender in a tight handicap.   Was placed 2nd at 11/4
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14-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Mustarrid   Mustarrid has had a short break since struggling in heavy ground at Haydock. The going was more like it will be today on his previous visit there when he ran well behind Beat Le Bon. Down a little in the handicap, he could go well in a competitive affair.   Was placed 2nd at 8/1
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14-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Ginger Fox   The ultra-busy Ginger Fox has had ten runs in handicaps since joining us this year without a win. He has been beaten more than two lengths in only two of them. No doubt he will again loom up as a danger a furlong out and I think he could possibly gain that deserved overdue win - but I'm not holding my breath!   Was placed 2nd at 4/1
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14-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Top Buck   Top Buck looked sure to progress when a strong-running third in Chester's Lily Agnes but after a couple of relative disappointments, he was gelded in the summer. On his return he beat more than half the field in the big sales race where Mums Tipple announced himself a potential star and then was unlucky not to be nearer at Kempton last week. This looks gilt-edged for the nap.   Won the race at 13/8
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13-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Sir Maximilian   Sir Maximilian still retains plenty of ability as he showed when winning on comeback at Doncaster in May. He didn't have much luck in his two latest runs, both at Goodwood, and today on a track where he's won in the past, he's drawn well and should be a contender.   Won the race at 8/1
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13-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Boy In The Bar   The eight-year-old Boy in the Bar has managed a win every season since 2014, scoring at Ayr in June. He always runs his race and the step up to seven furlongs shouldn't be a worry as two of his nine career wins have been at that trip. Drawn well so will have every chance.   Was placed 2nd at 12/1
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13-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Sir Maximilian   Old favourite Sir Maximilan is still a force to be reckoned with. His nice draw at Chester could well bring yet another winning day for the Ian Williams stable.   Won the race at 8/1
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12-Sep-19   William Knight   Kingston Kurrajong   Kingston Kurrajong performs well on all types of track - placed in both his runs around here during his career - and deserved his success at Windsor the other day. The rule which now allows horses rated 77 to run in 0-75 class benefits him today and he should run his usual solid race. Obvious each-way chance.   Won the race at 7/2
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11-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   The Vollan   Although he's gone up a fair bit since his second to Doubly Clever - 3lb more again on Saturday for NOT running - at Worcester he's 8lb better off with that rival, who has won again since, for a length and a half beating. His two previous second places also read well and he remains in great form. Very hopeful in a tough race.   Won the race at 2/1
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11-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Puerto Banus   We acquired Puerto Banus in the summer and had him gelded. He looks fairly treated on his form with Andrew Balding and we hope the castration will bring an improvement. Hopeful of a positive first run for the stable.   Was placed 3rd at 4/1
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11-Sep-19   Shaun Keightley   Trouble Shooter   Trouble Shooter is going up the ratings as he wins his races but is still attractively in this race on bottom weight. He could not be in better form and while he has yet to win on all-weather, he probably should have done at Chelmsford when getting tangled up in traffic turning for home.   Won the race at 5/1
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11-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Trouble Shooter   Trouble Shooter is typical of a number of Shaun Keightley inmates, win one race and follow with another. We now fancy his Trouble Shooter for a three-card trick, loving how he's 12lb adrift of the others yet nicely in the weights with 8st2lb which regular pilot Josie Gordon can manage - almost comfortably!   Won the race at 7/1
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11-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - The Vollan   Charlie Longsdon really gives a chance to The Vollan, pointing out he's well in (8lb for one and a half lengths) with Doubly Clever, his latest conqueror in a run of three seconds, and 3lb better than in future races. It's a tough race, but there's no disguising the stable optimism.   Won the race at 2/1
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10-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Byron Flyer   Byron Flyer, as we all know, is a decent performer both on the Flat and over hurdles. He's schooled very well over fences and Worcester is a nice track for a novice. This is a decent level of competition with two others to worry about but he should be there at the finish.   Won the race at 11/8
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10-Sep-19   Fergal O'Brien   Show's Over   Show's Over is inconsistent but if he is enjoying himself during the race then he can put up a decent performance. He is fresh and well and could easily run into a place today.   Was placed 0th at 9/1
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10-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Byron Flyer   Byron Flyer was last seen on the Flat finishing close up fourth in a 28k to the winner handicap at Newmarket off 104. Last time jumping he was joint favourite with Paisley Park for an Aintree handicap hurdle, receiving just 7lb from the future champion stayer. This small-field debut over fences should be nowhere near as testing as either and with good reports about his schooling, he has to be the nap.   Won the race at 11/8
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09-Sep-19   Hughie Morrison   Escape The City   Escape the City has gone a long time without a win but her mark has dropped steadily to possibly a workable level. I think the mile and a quarter might suit her better than further, so the question then is whether she'll handle the track. If she's to have another day, today might be it.   Won the race at 4/1
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09-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Escape the City   Escape the City has won one race, but thoughts continually go back to her first-time-out third of 23 in a Listed fillies' handicap at Royal Ascot last year. This season she's tumbled from 80 to 70 today but without too many terrible runs in the sequence. Maybe this will be her chance back at 10f with in-form Hollie Doyle in the saddle.   Won the race at 4/1
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08-Sep-19   Charlie Longsdon   Local Affair   Local Affair started out with Simon Crisford but never raced for him. She is from a decent Flat family and had a run in a junior bumper without pulling up too many trees. The main aim on this jumps debut will be a clear round.   Was placed 2nd at 14/1
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08-Sep-19   Oliver Sherwood   Archimento   Archimento was a consistent 80-plus stayer with William Knight. The minimum over hurdles might not be ideal but with the debut over course and distance out of the way, he could step up today.   Won the race at 7/4
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08-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Prevent   Newbury winner Prevent has not cut much ice since his last-gasp Newbury win in July. Maybe the recruitment of yesterday's big race-winning jockey Cieren Fallon will transform him!   Was placed 3rd at 20/1
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08-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Archimento   Archimento was frankly disappointing on stable debut at Worcester, failing to land the odds in a four-horse affair. Oliver Sherwood will have him fully primed in another modest contest and he should make no mistake this time.   Won the race at 7/4
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08-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Prevent   Prevent can hardly be described as consistent, but on the rare occasion he is on his game, a flying late finish is possible. Maybe he can show us his Sunday best today.   Was placed 3rd at 20/1
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07-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Sound Of Cannons   Sound of Cannons goes to Haydock and he also has an outstanding chance. He was very good on debut at Newmarket and has improved a good deal at home since then. Today's ground and distance should be perfect for him.   Was placed 2nd at 11/2
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07-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Reshoun   Reshoun won this race on 3lb lower in 2018 and again will have the ground (and last year's jockey Jim Crowley)in his favour. He's been a little below that level in recent starts but probably deserves his prominent place in the market in an always-competitive race.   Was placed 3rd at 8/1
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07-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Time To Study   Time To Study did well to win in France and hopefully that will have helped his confidence. We've taken the opportunity to claim the 5lb off with young Fallon and with conditions in his favour he has a good chance in a tough race.   Won the race at 7/1
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07-Sep-19   Fergal O'Brien   Teqany   We like the look of this race. Teqany is unquestionably race-fit while some of the others have not been out and may be a little short. We'll ride him forwardly to take advantage of that fitness and fancy him to be a good each-way bet.   Won the race at 7/2
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07-Sep-19   William Knight   Noble Gift   Noble Gift is a hard horse to win with at the moment. I think he is probably best watched until he starts showing some spark.   Was placed 3rd at 8/1
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07-Sep-19   Ian Williams   Adman Sam   Adman Sam tries first-time cheek-pieces and a drop in trip - which I'm not sure will be ideal. He has not been very competitive in his races for us but if he can get back to his level of two seasons ago, he would be interesting off this mark.   Was placed 2nd at 5/1
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07-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Time To Study   Time To Study was waiting for soft ground and on the weekend of the Shergar Cup, where it was fast, Ian Williams whisked him off to Clairefontaine where he won easily. Dropped 3lb for his previous unplaced firm-ground UK run, he also gets the 5lb bonus that is Cieren Fallon. Frankly it's all too good to miss.   Won the race at 7/1
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07-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Sound of Cannons   The generally-held opinion that Brian Meehan juveniles habitually need their initial run has been put aside this year. Sound of Cannons put away a Godolphin newcomer and fellow son of Nathaniel at Newmarket last month showing plenty of resolution. That quality will be needed in the Haydock mud today, but we believe he will be up to it.   Was placed 2nd at 11/2
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05-Sep-19   Hughie Morrison   Belated Breath   Belated Breath has to be a contender, but a 2-1 shot in this field? Hardly! She lost all chance at Ripon, banging her head on the stalls on exit having been in there for ages. We thought soft ground would not be a negative there, so again today's surface should be fine.   Won the race at 2/1
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05-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Belated Breath   Until her latest flop at Ripon where she got completely left at the start Belated Breath had been running very consistently. Hughie Morrison's filly returns to the scene of her last win when the ground was riding soft, but this is a tight enough race for a 2-1 chance and we are content with making her our next best rather than nap selection.   Won the race at 2/1
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04-Sep-19   Micky Hammond   Go To Court   Go To Court, a point-to-point winner, ran his best race yet under Rules last time with a staying-on third over two miles around here. Granted the extra half-mile he has to be dangerous.   Was placed 2nd at 9/1
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04-Sep-19   Charlie Mann   Sid Hoodie   Sid Hoodie would have a chance and I think she has improved for her run last time. There’s a couple to beat and she's what she is but the ground will be alright and I wouldn't be surprised if she got her head in front.   Won the race at 11/4
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04-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Sid Hoodie   Sid Hoodie has been gradually building up to form in her last two runs and could just come out on top of also-improving Dariya in a close contest.   Won the race at 11/4
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04-Sep-19   Administrators NB   NB - Go To Court   Go To Court is a typical Micky Hammond inmate, a former point winner given time to find his feet. The latest run over two miles around here was insufficient, but his finishing effort suggests this extra half-mile will be just perfect.   Was placed 2nd at 9/1
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03-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Raaeq   We've had a couple of nice first-time winners recently, but as with both of them, there's always a question of how newcomers will cope with their initial sight of a racecourse. I like Raaeq, a son of Kingman, very much and if he avoids first-day tensions I think he could go very close.   Was placed 2nd at 3/1
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03-Sep-19   Shaun Keightley   Bollihope   Bollihope had been running well on the all-weather over the winter and had a near six-month break before his turf return at Pontefract. He rather surprised me that day, finishing well into third and has been in good form at home since. Should go very well.   Was placed 3rd at 6/1
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03-Sep-19   Brian Meehan   Horatio Star   Horatio Star has a big chance too. He is consistent and last time, trying for a double at Bath, the winner got first run but he was staying all the way to the line. He needs things to go his way, but I believe he's the one they all have to beat.   Was placed 2nd at 7/2
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03-Sep-19   Oliver Sherwood   Spice War   We like Spice War, who joined us this time and while he's had a year off I wouldn't be surprised if he finished ahead of more than beat him. The main objective though after that layoff is to give him a spin round in preparation for hurdling.   Won the race at 5/1
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03-Sep-19   Administrators NAP   NAP - Raaeq   Brian Meehan has confounded the stereotype of his first-time two-year-olds' always needing a run with some first-time wins this year. Raaeq is another candidate for debut success, being a speedily-bred Shadwell son of Kingman and the trainer holds him in high regard.   Was placed 2nd at 3/1
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