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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
1 Salomo (GER)
6 b g Monsun (GER) - Salka (GER) (Doyoun (IRE))
836- Mr A J Rhead
A P McCoy
Miss R Curtis
Placed in a hurdle race from three NH starts. Well beaten at 22-1 behind Minsky Mine when sixth of 15 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Leicester over 2m (good to soft) in December last year.
2 Seymour Legend (GB)
6 b g Midnight Legend - Rosehall (Ardross)
704066- Mrs T D Pilkington
A J Wilson
Yet to place in six starts. Well beaten at 33-1 behind Kingsmere when sixth of 8 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Stratford over 2m 6f (good) in March.
3 Bromhead (USA)
6 ch g Johannesburg (USA) - Caramel Queen (NZ) (Turbulent Dancer (USA))
61235/6- Mr A T Bailey
Mrs A M Thorpe
Successful in two hurdle races at 2m on good and good to soft ground. Finished 12l behind Swiss Art when last of 6 at 13-2 on his latest outing in a hurdle race over this course and distance (good to firm) last month.
4 La Belle Au Bois (IRE)
6 b m Val Royal (FR) - Pomme Pomme (USA) (Dayjur (USA))
40/S790- The Outside Chance Racing Club
James Banks (7)
A winner of a NH flat race at 1m 6f on good ground. Well beaten at 33-1 behind Bocamix when 10th of 14 on her latest outing in a hurdle race at Southwell over 2m (good to soft) in January.
5 Aureate (GB)
8 ch g Jade Robbery (USA) - Anne D'autriche (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA))
82657-4 Mr K Jago
W P Kavanagh (3)
Placed in four hurdle races from 13 NH starts. Well beaten at 16-1 behind South Stack when fourth of 9 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Exeter over 2m 3f (heavy) earlier this month.
6 Thenford Flyer (IRE)
12 b g Oscar (IRE) - Broadway Baby (Some Hand)
8P50/64- Mrs E A Llewellyn
Mr R J Williams (7)
B J Llewellyn
A winner of a hurdle race at 2m on good ground, but that win was over five years ago. Well beaten at 10-3 behind Mickmacmagoole when fourth of 6 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Ffos Las over 2m (good to soft) last month.
SALOMO has shown hints of promise in his three starts over hurdles so far and there could be some improvement to come from him now he tackles handicap company for the first time with McCoy on board. Aureat is not the easiest to predict but he is capable of taking a hand in the finish here if putting his best foot forward. Bromhead is not too harshly treated on his best form and he also commands respect.