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"The Adelaide Leads service is already proving to be extremely popular", reported Tim Bodman, owner of Profluent Solutions.
Both races were over two-and-a-half miles, with a fair fourth to Forestal being followed by an even better four lengths runner-up to Profluent.
The fact that hitherto unheralded performers such as The Pickled Duke (55 points), Maid Equal (52), Lance Armstrong (47), Even Flow (46), Flaked Oats (41) and Profluent (40) scored so heavily only adds to the sense that anyone who followed the usual advice was at a serious disadvantage.
Angus Kerr picked 4-1 shot Profluent, Brian Cowan had Super Nomad (7-2) and George Simpson went for Ichi Beau (11-10).
Grand National entry Profluent flopped at Kempton last month after impressing at the same venue over Christmas.
Cypress Avenue has a chance on his third to Profluent over today's course and distance a month ago, when Five Flags was second and Hunting Slane fourth.
Esprit de Cotte 8-10-8, Sparky Gayle 10-10-8, Feels Like Gold 12-10-7, Kendal Cavalier 10- 10-6, Ashwell Boy 9-10-6, Northern Starlight 9-10-5, Lucky Town 9-10-5, Earthmover 9- 10-5, Hollybank Buck 10-10-4, Betty's Boy 11-10-4, Royal Predica 6-10- 4, Step On Eyre 10-10-4, Kingdom Of Shades 10-10-4, Trinitro 9-10-3, Torduff Express 9- 10-3, The Gopher 11-10-3, Dontleavethenest 10-10-2, Lancastrian Jet 9- 10-2, Lord Of The West 11-10-2, Callisoe Bay 11-10-1, Profluent 9-10-1, Fiftysevenchannels 11- 10-1, Island Chief 11-10-1, Mely Moss 9-10-1, Dark Stranger 9-10-1, Mister Creek 9- 10-0, Empereur River 8-10-0, Choisty 10-10-0.
Irish amateur Brian Murphy, who had ridden three winners the previous weekend, made it five in eight days with a double on the Mary Reveley-trained duo Profluent in the three-mile handicap hurdle and Wag The Brush in the two-mile novice handicap hurdle, writes Colin Russell.
Micky Hammond hinted Profluent (3.15) would pick up a decent handicap after a winning start at Wetherby.
He has not run up to his best this season, but shaped better at Ayr on his latest outing when fifth to Profluent over three miles.
The 20-year-old, who had opened his British account on Profluent at Ayr the previous afternoon, again looked very much the polished article on Konker, who strolled home 11 lengths to the good in the novice handicap hurdle.
Former Irish-based amateur Brian Murphy rode his first winner in Britain when driving home the Mary Reveley-trained Profluent to win the three-mile handicap hurdle by a head from Sweep Gently.