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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
12 Hold The Star (GB)
6 b m Red Ransom (USA) - Sydney Star (Machiavellian (USA))
746645/ Ms Caron Stokell
Ann Stokell (5)
Miss A Stokell
Placed once in 15 starts. Finished 7l behind Munich when fifth of 12 at 40-1 on her latest outing at Kempton over 7f in January '10.
27 Emily Carr (IRE)
3 b f Teofilo (IRE) - Vimy Ridge (FR) (Indian Ridge)
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum
Half-sister to Green Poppy, won at 6f.
31 Goal Hanger (GB)
3 b f Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Mrs Gray (Red Sunset)
2379- The Liverpool Ramblers
Raul Da Silva (5)
Placed once in four starts. Beaten 17l behind Sweet Ovation at 5-2fav when 9th of 11 on her latest outing at Chepstow over 6f (good to firm) in August last year. Having her first run for a new stable today, previously with Tom Dascombe.
46 Landaho (GB)
3 b f Tobougg (IRE) - Ellovamul (Elmaamul (USA))
08386- Mr J D Riches
G Bartley (3)
H A McWilliams
Yet to place in five starts. Well beaten at 100-1 behind Kimbali when last of 6 on her latest outing at Hamilton over 6f (soft) in September last year.
53 Last Supper (GB)
3 b f Echo Of Light - Scotland The Brave (Zilzal (USA))
0- Mr Robert Gibbons
J D Bethell
Dam won five times at 7f. Well beaten at 100-1 behind Van Der Art when 11th of 12 on her racecourse debut at Newcastle over 6f (good) in September last year.
64 Light From Hades (GB)
3 b f Echo Of Light - Haddeyah (USA) (Dayjur (USA))
Mr R K Arrowsmith
T E Durcan
T D Easterby
Half-sister to Rawaabet, won four times over hurdles between 2m and 2m 2f and in an all-weather flat race at 1m.
75 Magic Destiny (GB)
3 b f Dubai Destination (USA) - Magic Music (IRE) (Magic Ring (IRE))
234- Mr Ray Bailey
Mrs K Burke
Placed twice in three starts. Finished 3 1/2l behind Strictly Silver when fourth of 12 at 9-1 on her latest outing at Ayr over 7f (good to soft) in September last year.
Against many exposed sorts in this fillies' maiden, EMILY CARR can make a winning debut for Mark Johnston. The stoutly-bred daughter of Teofilo is expected to get this trip (should want further in time) and, related to several winners in this sphere, she looks the one to beat for shrewd connections. Magic Destiny is feared most and can take plenty of encouragement from her juvenile exploits, while a positive market move for the debutante, Light From Hades, will be worth taking note of.