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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
11 Cosmic Chatter (GB)
2 b g Paris House - Paradise Eve (Bahamian Bounty)
Mr T D Barron
T D Barron
Foaled 1 Apr. Half-brother to Little Eden, won at 5f.
28 Dansili Dual (IRE)
2 b c Dansili - Jewel In The Sand (IRE) (Bluebird (USA))
Mr Andrew Tinkler
Foaled 29 Mar. Half-brother to The Rising, won at 5f.
36 Dha Chara (IRE)
2 b g Ramonti (FR) - Campiglia (IRE) (Fairy King (USA))
90 Mr N S Sweeney
Foaled 3 Mar. Half-brother to Double Cross, won three times between 1m 2f and 1m 4f. Unplaced in both starts. Beaten 20l behind Reckless Abandon at 50-1 when 15th of 18 on his latest outing at Doncaster over 5f (good) last month.
45 Ian's Dream (USA)
2 ch c Speightstown (USA) - She's Loaded (USA) (Deputy Minister (USA))
Mr Nigel O'sullivan
S W Kelly
Foaled 25 Feb. Half-brother to Kilian's Blend, won at 6f.
57 Mayaasem (GB)
2 b c Royal Applause - Rolexa (Pursuit Of Love)
Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum
Foaled 3 Mar. Dam a lightly raced maiden.
63 Exactement (IRE)
2 ch f Speightstown (USA) - Rakiza (IRE) (Elnadim (USA))
Mr Mark T Gittins
T P Queally
Mrs K Burke
Foaled 15 Feb. Dam won twice at 5f and 7f.
74 Hollydanfaye (GB)
2 b f Avonbridge - Canina (Foxhound (USA))
Mr Ian Furlong
S De Sousa
Foaled 25 May. Half-sister to M J Woodward, won twice at 5f and 6f.
82 Sound Affects (GB)
2 ch f Compton Place - Rare Cross (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE))
750 Mr Michael Moses & Mr Terry Moses
A D Brown
Foaled 17 Mar. Unplaced in all three starts. Beaten 20l behind Satsuma at 100-1 when 10th of 12 on her latest outing at Catterick over 5f (good to firm) last month.
With both Dha Chara and Sound Affects having failed to set the world alight thus far, this looks set to go to a newcomer and MAYAASEM makes plenty of appeal. Charlie Hills' inmate made 90,000gns at Tattersalls in October and his breeding suggests he shouldn't have any problem over the minimum trip. The Jeremy Noseda-trained Ian's Dream is another to take seriously at the first time of asking, while Richard Hannon's Dansili Dual completes the shortlist.