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10 Plumpton) K eith Reveley's only runner at the meeting, and this one-time decent Flat performer is fancied to go well.
Stiffer task with his penalty, but fancied to go well again and any rain will boost his chance.
15 Redcar)Stable in fine form and, although a shade disappointing on latest start, he is fancied to fare a great deal better.
Up in the weights, but race expected to be run to suit him and fancied to go well again.
20 Musselburgh)Stepped up on debut run when fourth at Newcastle on latest start and, with further improvement on the cards, is fancied to get off the mark this time.
Didn't run up to scratch when upped in grade at Galway last time, but had been in good form in novice chases prior to that, and fancied to go well again, despite big weight.
10 Carlisle) Useful performer in claiming company and fancied to go well again.
50 Haydock, nap) Disappointed latest start, but had shown plenty of promise in maidens prior to that and, with first-time blinkers, is fancied to get off the mark now dropped in grade.
On a fair mark and, with a good draw, is fancied to reverse Sandown form with a couple of today's rivals.
55 York) Looked a Queen Mary prospect from day one and well fancied to maintain stable's fine record in this.