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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
1 Weekend Millionair (IRE)
5 ch g Arakan (USA) - Almi Ad (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA))
9/412- Mr W Clifford
A winner of a hurdle race at 2m 4f on good ground. Beaten 2 3/4l by Shamiran when second of 25 at 16-1 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Punchestown over 2m 4f (heavy) last month.
2 Dualla Lord (IRE)
7 gr g Lord Americo - Marthas Prayer (IRE) (Roselier (FR))
1/2F239- Mrs Marianne G Barber
D A Jacob
P F Nicholls
Placed in three hurdle races from five starts. Well beaten at 5-1fav behind Ambion Wood when 9th of 18 on his latest outing in a Grade 3 hurdle race in the Group 3 paddypower.com 'NH' Novices' Handicap Hurdle at Sandown over 2m 4f (good to soft) in March.
3 Killimore Cottage (GB)
5 b g Tamure (IRE) - Singing Cottage (Greensmith)
505- The Blue Harlequin Racing Club
P W Hiatt
Unplaced in all three starts. Finished 20l behind Seebright when fifth of 12 at 33-1 on his latest outing in a maiden NH flat race at Towcester over 2m (soft) last month.
4 Minella King (IRE)
10 b g Bob's Return (IRE) - Win Em All (IRE) (General Ironside (IRE))
51FP35- Miss C Bowles
J M Maguire
Placed in two hurdle races from nine starts. Well beaten at 10-3 behind Ugo when last of 5 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Exeter over 2m 3f (good to firm) last month.
5 Showman (IRE)
9 ch g Carroll House - Bettys The Act (IRE) (Mister Lord (USA))
U5U214- Mr Richard Prince
Mr P Prince (7)
Well beaten at 25-1 behind Referent when fourth of 6 on his racecourse debut at Newton Abbot over 3m 2f (good) last month.
6 Webberys Dream (GB)
9 b g Bandmaster (USA) - Sheilas Dream (Inca Chief (USA))
262212- Mr George Searle
Matt Griffiths (3)
A winner of a chase at 2m 5f on soft ground. Beaten 1 1/4l by Easter Meteor when second of 6 at 6-4 on his latest outing in a chase at Exeter over 2m 3f (good) last month.
Weekend Millionair found only Shamiran too strong in a competitive handicap at Punchestown last month and that form gives him major claims here. However, he meets DUALLA LORD on 2lb worse terms than he would in a handicap and that might just tilt the balance in favour of Paul Nicholls' representative who was not disgraced when sent off favourite for a Grade 3 event at Sandown last time. Webberys Dream has been in good heart over the larger obstacles and he merits the utmost respect on his hurdling debut.