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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
11 Baileys Jubilee (GB)
2 b f Bahamian Bounty - Missisipi Star (IRE) (Mujahid (USA))
1 G R Bailey Ltd (Baileys Horse Feeds)
S De Sousa
Foaled 19 Apr. Half-sister to Baileys Strider, won at 1m. A winner at 9-1 at Kempton over 5f on her latest outing earlier this month, beating Marvelino by 4l.
22 Dreamy Ciara (GB)
2 b f Multiplex - Billie Holiday (Fairy King (USA))
711 Mrs Emma Ambrose
P B Beggy
P D Evans
Foaled 13 Mar. Successful twice at 5f on good to soft ground and on the all-weather. A winner at 2-1 at Nottingham over 5f (good to soft) on her latest outing earlier this month, beating Black Monk by 1l. Has also won at Wolverhampton this season.
34 Lucky Beggar (IRE)
2 gr c Verglas (IRE) - Lucky Clio (IRE) (Key Of Luck (USA))
Hon Mrs Corbett, C Wright, Mrs B W Hil
Foaled 27 Mar. Half-brother to Kingsdesire, won at 1m and 1m 2f.
43 Tahaf (IRE)
2 b c Authorized (IRE) - Lady Zonda (Lion Cavern (USA))
Mr Mohammed Al Nabouda
C E Brittain
Foaled 25 Mar. Half-brother to Hibaayeb, won four times between 1m and 1m 4f including a Group 1 race.
David Evans won this with a tough sort in Jack Who's He last year and looks to have another similar type on his hands in the shape of Dreamy Ciara, a Wolverhampton maiden winner who doubled up when gamely seeing off the well touted Black Monk at Nottingham last week. Another bold bid beckons but she faces a classy type in the shape of BAILEYS JUBILEE, who looked really promising when scorching clear to record an impressive debut success at Kempton 11 days ago. She is open to the greater level of progress and can win again, although Lucky Beggar and Tahaf both take the eye on paper and could be capable of big efforts first time out.