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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
14 King Of Wing (IRE)
3 b c Hawk Wing (USA) - Miss Shivvy (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE))
251-557 Chris Watkins And David N Reynolds
J R Boyle
A winner at 7f on good to soft ground. Beaten 8l behind Sheila's Buddy at 16-1 when seventh of 8 on his latest outing at Lingfield over 1m 2f last month.
25 Cades Reef (IRE)
3 gr g Dalakhani (IRE) - Just Special (Cadeaux Genereux)
096- Mick And Janice Mariscotti
Simon Pearce (3)
A M Balding
Yet to place in three starts. Finished 4l behind Emmuska when sixth of 13 at 25-1 on his latest outing at Sandown over 1m (good) in September last year.
36 Spirit Of The Law (IRE)
3 b c Lawman (FR) - Passion Bleue (In The Wings)
99112-4 Mr R J Arculli
E A L Dunlop
Successful twice at 1m on good to firm ground and on the all-weather. Finished 2 1/2l behind Apothecary when fourth of 9 at 10-3 on his latest outing at Wolverhampton over 1m 1f earlier this month.
41 Piers Gaveston (IRE)
3 b g Amadeus Wolf - Dancing Tempo (Vettori (IRE))
543- Marcus Edwards-jones & Friends
Placed once in three starts. Third of 12 behind King Of Wing beaten 4l at 8-1 on his latest outing here over 7f (good to soft) in September last year.
52 Good Luck Charm (GB)
3 b g Doyen (IRE) - Lucky Dice (Perugino (USA))
944826- Heart of the South Racing
T P Queally
G L Moore
Placed once in six starts. Finished 7l behind Lancaster Gate when sixth of 13 at 9-1 on his latest outing at Kempton over 1m in December last year.
63 Captain Cardington (IRE)
3 b g Strategic Prince - Alkaffeyeh (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA))
47-6186 Nick & Olga Dhandsa & John & Zoe Webst
M R Channon
Successful at 7f and 1m 2f on good to firm ground and on the all-weather. Finished 5l behind Dorry K when sixth of 11 at 20-1 on his latest outing at Nottingham over 1m 2f (good to soft) earlier this month.
Good Luck Charm is worth a look in the betting on his return from a break with Tom Queally back in the saddle but Ed Dunlop's SPIRIT OF THE LAW looks more solid. He won a couple of nurseries over 1m last term and although comfortably held in fourth on his seasonal debut at Wolverhampton recently, he was far from disgraced on that occasion and the run should have done him plenty of good. Handicap newcomers Cades Reef and Piers Gaveston need to improve, but that's clearly not out of the question.