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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
14 Cape Safari (IRE)
3 b f Cape Cross (IRE) - Finnmark (Halling (USA))
621311 Mr Saif Ali
She has won three times from 1m to 1m 4f on soft ground and on the all-weather. Won on her latest outing when 11-4jt-fav at Leicester over 1m 4f (soft) earlier this month, beating Party Line by a head. Carries a 12lb penalty today for that success. Has won 3 times this season.
25 Holy Roman Warrior (IRE)
3 br g Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Cedar Sea (IRE) (Persian Bold)
24186- Mrs J Penman
R A Fahey
A winner at 7f on good to soft ground. Finished 11l behind Zakreet when sixth of 8 at 9-2 on his latest outing at Ayr over 1m (soft) in September last year.
36 Good Morning Star (IRE)
3 b f Shirocco (GER) - Hollow Ridge (Beat Hollow)
457-132 Dr Marwan Koukash
A winner at 1m 2f on the all-weather. Beaten 1/2l by Next Cry when second of 5 at 6-1 on her latest outing at Lingfield over 1m 2f in February.
47 Tallevu (IRE)
3 ch g Stormy River (FR) - Pascarina (FR) (Exit To Nowhere (USA))
8440- Mr K P Trowbridge
Unplaced in all four starts. Well beaten at 12-1 behind Main Sequence when last of 12 on his latest outing at Newmarket over 1m 1f (good) in October last year.
51 Cockney Sparrow (GB)
3 b f Cockney Rebel (IRE) - Compose (Anabaa (USA))
31 Mr P Cunningham
P W Chapple-Hyam
A winner at 4-1 at Kempton over 1m 2f on her latest outing last month, beating Beau Duke by 2 1/4l.
63 Minnie Diva (IRE)
3 b f Multiplex - Looker (Barathea (IRE))
45-45 Mr N Cable & Mrs G Cable
K A Ryan
Yet to place in four starts. Well beaten at 16-1 behind Cape Safari when last of 5 on her latest outing at Southwell over 1m 4f earlier this month. She is wearing cheekpieces for the first time.
72 Chankillo (GB)
3 ch c Observatory (USA) - Seasonal Blossom (IRE) (Fairy King (USA))
T E Durcan
M H Tompkins
Placed in three of six starts. Beaten 3l by Scatter Dice when second of 6 at 9-2 on his latest outing at Yarmouth over 1m 3f (good to soft) earlier this month.
CAPE SAFARI is thriving at present and carries a double penalty, incurred for recent victories at Southwell and Leicester. It could be that James Tate's charge has improved for the switch to slow ground, or it could also be that this trip has brought out the best in him. If he handles the forecast better ground, a hat-trick could feasibly be in the offing. Cockney Sparrow has been handed a fair mark after breaking her duck at Kempton recently and is respected now upped in trip, likewise Good Morning Star, who wasn't beaten far off 2lb lower at Lingfield in February and should relish this stiffer test.