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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
11 Jermatt (GB)
3 b c Kyllachy - Miss Ippolita (Diktat)
Mr D Bryans
J R Jenkins
Dam won at 6f.
23 Lupo D'Oro (IRE)
3 b g Amadeus Wolf - Vital Laser (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA))
2223-62 S Malcolm M Winwright P Tindall
J R Best
Placed in six of 11 starts. Beaten 4 1/2l by Pearl Secret when second of 6 at 8-1 on his latest outing at Doncaster over 5f (heavy) last month.
36 One Kool Dude (GB)
3 ch g Iceman - Hiraeth (Petong (UNR))
9255-35 M L W Bell Racing Ltd
Ian Burns (7)
M L W Bell
Placed in five of 13 starts. Finished 2l behind Mayo Lad when fifth of 11 at 8-1 on his latest outing at Wolverhampton over 6f last month.
44 Seventeen Seventy (GB)
3 b g Byron - Rolexa (Pursuit Of Love)
90 Mr A B Coogan
A B Coogan
Unplaced in both starts. Well beaten at 200-1 behind Cogito when last of 13 on his latest outing at Newmarket over 7f (good) last month.
58 Sir Maximilian (IRE)
3 b c Royal Applause - Nebraska Lady (IRE) (Lujain (USA))
5 Sir Robert Ogden
J P Spencer
E A L Dunlop
Dam won at 6f. Finished 5l behind Jamhara when fifth of 10 at 7-4jt-fav on his racecourse debut at Wolverhampton over 6f last month.
67 Azamara Star (GB)
3 ch f Three Valleys (USA) - Sunrise Girl (King's Signet (USA))
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Well beaten at 66-1 behind Bookiesindexdotnet when last of 11 on her racecourse debut at Kempton over 5f in October last year.
75 Jocasta Dawn (GB)
3 b f Kyllachy - Jubilee Dawn (Mark Of Esteem (IRE))
4 Mrs David Blackburn & Mr M Blackburn
Dam a lightly raced maiden. Finished 2 3/4l behind Khubala when fourth of 10 at 33-1 on her racecourse debut at Lingfield over 6f last month.
82 Kashmiri Star (GB)
3 b f Barathea (IRE) - Biriyani (IRE) (Danehill (USA))
3 Mr M Quinn
Half-sister to Dynamic Drive, won twice at 1m 4f and 1m 5f. Third of 7 behind Big Wave beaten 4 1/2l at 28-1 on her racecourse debut here over 6f (good to soft) last month.
LUPO D'ORO was no match for the exciting Pearl Secret at Doncaster on Friday but still ran a fine race to finish second and appeared to handle the testing conditions well on that occasion. Dropped back into maiden company, he should prove hard to beat and is taken to open his account at the main expense of Sir Maximilian, well backed on his Wolverhampton debut and surely capable of better than his modest showing that day. Jocasta Dawn and Kashmiri Star both shaped with promise on their respective debuts and are hard to rule out.