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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
1 Seebright (GB)
5 b g Milan - Aranga (IRE) (Supreme Leader)
21- Mrs D J Fleming
D F O'Regan
V R A Dartnall
Won on his latest outing in a maiden NH flat race when 2-1fav at Towcester over 2m (soft) last month, beating Lower Hope Dandy by 5l.
2 Atlantic Roller (IRE)
5 b g Old Vic - Tourist Attraction (IRE) (Pollerton)
2- Mr C G Roach
D A Jacob
P F Nicholls
Beaten 7l by Royal Guardsman when second of 14 at 7-2 on his racecourse debut at Ascot over 2m (good to soft) in February.
3 Bertie Boru (IRE)
5 b g Brian Boru - Sleeven Lady (Crash Course)
97- Unity Farm Holiday Centre Ltd
P J Hobbs
Unplaced in both NH starts. Beaten 14l behind Melodic Rendezvous at 100-1 when seventh of 16 on his latest outing in a NH flat race at Chepstow over 2m (good to soft) in March.
4 Bredon Hill Lad (GB)
5 ch g Kirkwall - Persian Clover (Abutammam)
Mr R W Mitchell
Miss L Gardner (7)
Mrs S Gardner
Dam a lightly raced maiden.
5 Follow The Master (GB)
6 b g Alflora (IRE) - Daisy May (In The Wings)
U0- Mrs P Bosley
W P Kavanagh (3)
Unplaced in both NH starts. Well beaten at 100-1 behind Twelve Roses when last of 14 on his latest outing in a NH flat race at Chepstow over 2m (good to soft) last month.
6 Heezmine (IRE)
6 ch g Oscar Schindler (IRE) - It'snicetobenice (IRE) (Good Thyne (USA))
PPPP/0- Total Plumbing Supporters Club
Mrs L J Young
Well beaten at 50-1 behind Bevnott when 13th of 14 on his racecourse debut at Stratford over 2m (good) in July last year.
7 Long John (GB)
5 gr g Silver Patriarch (IRE) - Magic Valentine (Magic Ring (IRE))
P/ Mr R J Reip
James Best (5)
Miss J Du Plessis
Half-brother to Jayjay Valentine, won three times in point to point races at 2m 4f and 3m.
8 Samingarry (FR)
5 ch g Ballingarry (IRE) - Samansonnienne (FR) (Mansonnien (FR))
N J Hawke
Dam won in a chase at 2m 2f and over hurdles at 2m 1f.
9 Standing Ovation (IRE)
5 b g Presenting - Glittering Star (IRE) (Good Thyne (USA))
2- The Bravo Partnership
Having his first run for a new stable today, previously with S Curling in Ireland.
10 Three Old Amigos (GB)
6 b g Karinga Bay - Quiet Confidence (IRE) (Pennine Walk)
A Hordle, V Dartnall & G Dartnall
V R A Dartnall
Dam won four times in point to point races at 3m and in a chase at 3m.
11 Tiny Tenor (IRE)
6 b g Indian Danehill (IRE) - Blue Infanta (Chief Singer)
P- Mr A J Sendell
Half-brother to Dusky Nice, won three times at 1m and 1m 3f. Having his first run for a new stable today, previously with Mrs C C Scott.
12 Bringinthebranston (GB)
4 ch g Generous (IRE) - Branston Lily (Cadeaux Genereux)
Mr David Brace
Donal Devereux (3)
Half-brother to Strongly Suggested, won in NH flat race at 2m.
13 Larks Wing (IRE)
4 b g Desert King (IRE) - Thyne Square (IRE) (Good Thyne (USA))
Mr P M Bryant
T J O'Brien
Mrs Caroline Keevil
Half-brother to Majestic Benbulben, won in a point to point race at 3m.
14 Its Ruby (GB)
6 b m Midnight Legend - Lorgnette (Emperor Fountain)
3- Mr Alvin Trowbridge
Third of 8 behind As I Am beaten 7l at 16-1 on her racecourse debut at Taunton over 2m 1f (firm) in March.
15 Riviere Ruby (GB)
5 b m King O' The Mana (IRE) - Madonna Da Rossi (Mtoto)
706- Mrs D L Smith-Hooper
Gemma Gracey-Davison (5)
Miss Z C Davison
Yet to place in three starts. Well beaten at 100-1 behind According To Trev when sixth of 8 on her latest outing in a NH flat race at Folkestone over 2m 1f (good) in February.
16 Boogey On Down (GB)
4 b f Tobougg (IRE) - Shades Of Green (Loup Sauvage (USA))
7- Mr C J Down
J M Davies
C J Down
Well beaten at 14-1 behind Swift Escape when last of 7 on her racecourse debut over this course and distance (good to firm) last month.
ATLANTIC ROLLER turned in a most pleasing effort on debut at Ascot in February, keeping on well when headed by the smart winner (Royal Guardsman) and hinting he'd improve for the experience. The selection is out of a Supreme Novices' Hurdle winner and can progress to land the honours. Seebright is penalised for an impressive 2m Towcester win last time but remains an obvious danger, with David Pipe's Standing Ovation, who debuts under Rules, one to keep tabs on in the betting.