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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
1 Glenora Gale (IRE)
7 br m Milan - Avra Gale (IRE) (Strong Gale)
427-325 Distillery Racing Club
Miss Lucinda V Russell
A winner of a NH flat race at 2m on good to firm ground. Finished 19l behind Tekthelot when fifth of 7 at 7-4 on her latest outing in a hurdle race at Perth over 3m (soft) last month.
2 Jentris Girl (IRE)
8 b m Golan (IRE) - Carranza (IRE) (Lead On Time)
4/ Mrs L M Whillans
E Whillans (3)
A C Whillans
Finished 18l behind Cash Man when fourth of 16 at 66-1 on her NH debut in a hurdle race at Kelso over 2m (heavy) in April '08.
3 Labretella (IRE)
5 b m Bahamian Bounty - Known Class (USA) (Known Fact (USA))
PP/PPP- Mrs Anna Kenny
S A Harris
Unplaced in all five starts over hurdles. Pulled up at the last when 100-1 at Hexham over 2m (good) in a hurdle race won by Guess Again in March on her latest NH outing. Having her first run for a new stable today, previously with R Johnson.
4 Miss Tilly Oscar (IRE)
6 b m Oscar (IRE) - Whisky Chaser (Never So Bold)
2-11482 Mr B J Mould
N A Twiston-Davies
A winner of a NH flat race at 2m on good ground. Beaten 7l by Western Approaches when second of 11 at 5-1 on her latest outing in a hurdle race at Stratford over 2m 3f (good) earlier this month.
5 She Ranks Me (IRE)
5 gr m Golan (IRE) - Rosealainn (IRE) (Roselier (FR))
2179-42 Mr Roger O'byrne
J M Maguire
D McCain Jnr
Placed in a hurdle race from eight starts. Beaten 5l by Danvilla when second of 7 at 4-1 on her latest outing in a hurdle race at Bangor over 2m 4f (good) earlier this month, her only placing from 8 starts.
6 Umverti (GB)
7 b m Averti (IRE) - Umbrian Gold (IRE) (Perugino (USA))
0F/39 S Hollings & Partners
Samantha Drake (7)
Miss J E Foster
Unplaced in all four starts over hurdles. Well beaten at 20-1 behind Union Saint when 9th of 19 on her latest outing in a hurdle race at Uttoxeter over 2m (good) last month.
SHE RANKS ME has struggled to get her head in front over timber but appeared to improve for the switch to this yard when stepped back in trip at Bangor last time. Noted as putting in her best work in the closing stages that day, this longer trip is expected to continue her improvement. Miss Tilly Oscar advertised her wellbeing when second at Stratford last time and heads the list of possible dangers from the dropped-in-trip Glenora Gale.