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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
17 First Bid (GB)
3 b c Kyllachy - Toucantini (Inchinor)
332333 Mr Peter Swann
J G Given
A winner at 5f on good to firm ground. Third of 6 behind Ficelle beaten 6l at 9-2 on his latest outing at Leicester over 6f (soft) earlier this month.
24 Italian Ice (GB)
3 b f Milk It Mick - Segretezza (IRE) (Perugino (USA))
0042-7 Mrs B A Matthews
Placed once in five starts. Beaten 14l behind Bella Ophelia at 16-1 when seventh of 9 on her latest outing at Southwell over 5f in January.
35 Dream Walker (FR)
3 gr g Gold Away (IRE) - Minnie's Mystery (FR) (Highest Honor (FR))
899- Mr Keith Brown
I W McInnes
Yet to place in three starts. Beaten 12l behind Key Ambition at 40-1 when 9th of 11 on his latest outing over this course and distance (soft) in August last year.
46 Red Shadow (GB)
3 b f Royal Applause - Just A Glimmer (Bishop Of Cashel)
832385- Mr S Pedersen
S De Sousa
A D Brown
Placed in four of 12 starts. Finished 7l behind Uncle Timmy when fifth of 12 at 9-2 on her latest outing at Nottingham over 5f (soft) in November last year.
53 Brunswick Vale (IRE)
3 b f Moss Vale (IRE) - Brunswick (Warning)
096-4 Sandfield Racing
P T Midgley
Yet to place in four starts. Finished 12l behind Point At Issue when fourth of 8 at 14-1 on her latest outing at Redcar over 6f (good to firm) earlier this month.
61 Lady Nickandy (IRE)
3 b f Kheleyf (USA) - Tanzie (IRE) (Soviet Star (USA))
1-93873 Thoroughbred Homes Ltd
Mrs K Tutty
Successful twice at 5f on good to firm ground and on the all-weather. Third of 7 behind Gin Twist beaten 6l at 20-1 on her latest outing at Wolverhampton over 5f last month.
72 Script (GB)
3 b f Firebreak - Signs And Wonders (Danehill (USA))
99-048 Mr T G & Mrs M E Holdcroft
Unplaced in all five starts. Beaten 12l behind Chateau Lola at 50-1 when last of 8 on her latest outing at Southwell over 5f last month.
First Bid is some way clear on official ratings and looks sure to be in the shake-up once again, but RED SHADOW edges the vote dropping into claiming company for the first time. Alan Brown's filly was placed in both visits to the East Yorkshire track last year and has solid form with give underfoot. Lady Nickandy wasn't disgraced in a seller at Wolverhampton four weeks ago and cannot be ruled out from the plumb inside draw.