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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
16 Ukrainian (IRE)
3 b g Teofilo (IRE) - Livadiya (IRE) (Shernazar)
509- Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum
S De Sousa
Unplaced in all three starts. Beaten 9l behind Handsome Man at 25-1 when 9th of 14 on his latest outing at Yarmouth over 1m (soft) in October last year.
21 Ctappers (GB)
3 b g Imperial Dancer - Stride Home (Absalom)
75-2332 Mr Peter Taplin
M R Channon
Placed twice in eight starts. Beaten a short head by Billy Buttons when second of 3 at 4-1 on his latest outing at Kempton over 1m 4f last month.
33 Aiaam Al Wafa (IRE)
3 b f Authorized (IRE) - State Secret (Green Desert (USA))
637361 Mr Steve Jakes
P S McEntee
A winner at 7-1 at Windsor over 1m 2f (good) on her latest outing earlier this month, beating Priestley's Reward by 1/2l. Carries a 6lb penalty today for that success.
42 Altnaharra (GB)
3 b g Halling (USA) - Gargoyle Girl (Be My Chief (USA))
666- Great Northern Partnership 1
J S Goldie
Yet to place in three starts. Finished 17l behind Gabrial's Star when sixth of 9 at 66-1 on his latest outing at Hamilton over 1m (soft) in September last year.
54 Cool Fantasy (IRE)
3 b g One Cool Cat (USA) - Regal Fantasy (IRE) (King's Theatre (IRE))
986-35 Stapleford Racing Ltd
W A Carson
P W D'Arcy
Placed once in five starts. Well beaten at 10-1 behind Scatter Dice when fifth of 6 on his latest outing at Yarmouth over 1m 3f (good to soft) earlier this month.
65 My New Angel (IRE)
3 gr f Dark Angel (IRE) - Mynu Girl (IRE) (Charnwood Forest (IRE))
095-501 Mr C J Dingwall
Blinkers, Eye Shield
Darren Edward Egan (7)
A winner at 16-1 at Southwell over 1m on her latest outing last month, beating Dewala by 1 1/2l. Runs from 1lb out of handicap.
Ctappers has been knocking on the door for a while now and deserves to find an opening but he comes up against a couple of potentially well treated handicap debutants here in the shape of Alntnaharra and UKRAINIAN. Jim Goldie's charge will find this test more suitable than the maidens he tackled from 6f to a mile last year but Mark Johnston's son of Teofilo will also appreciate the step up in trip and he is bred to be considerably better than a mark of 65.