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Over to Yarmouth to start Tuesday and a well bred Frankel filly with potential to bring the house down for owner Andrew Lloyd Webber. This one needs no amplification.
1.23 Yarmouth - A Capella
A typically thoughtfully bred filly for Andrew Lloyd Webber, A Capella hints to his enthusiasm for the stage and, being by Frankel, the credentials sing loud and clear.
Just a short hop to the Norfolk coast from Newmarket, decent animals are often sent to Yarmouth and there are no end here that could go onto better things.
Rain at Yarmouth should be no problem for this Frankel filly while the main danger, Show Lights, being by Dubawi, may want the persistent showers to stay away.
The Gosdens saddle A Capella, with their Inspiral a good example of a quality filly who won first time out.
Don't be surprised if Lord Loyd Webber, John and Thady are singing off the same hymn sheet after this mile debut for this filly who may have a bit about her.
3.05 Yarmouth - Pocket The Profit
Up and coming Newmarket trainer George Boughey sends Pocket The Profit to Yarmouth looking for a four-timer.
Boughey broke away from Hugo Palmer to go it alone and this two-year-old has ploughed a lone furrow up front by winning at Brighton, Wolverhampton and Newcastle in October alone.
Top jockey Ryan Moore gets the leg up at Yarmouth with Pocket The Profit looking to do what his name suggests and pick up a couple of wins before the flat season closes.
An entry for a smart Doncaster Listed race later this month hints at the end of the scale Boughey sees his two-year old performing at and he can take this six furlongs.
1.00 Exeter - Mick Pastor
This two horse match-race can go the way of Paul Nicholls' ultra-consistent Mick Pastor, who has won his last three outings.
Running in the famous green and gold McManus silks, Mick Pastor produced a simple five-and-a-half length win last time out from the Alan King-trained Dino Velvet.
King is no mug himself, saddling Trueshan to win on Champions Day at Ascot but Mick Pastor out-jumped and out-travelled his charge at Newton Abbot.
Harry Cobden gets the ride as usual and the Pastor could be about to give his single rival a sermon here.
3.15 Exeter - Pens Man
From Paul Nicholls to another giant of the jump game in Jonjo O'Neill, who saddles the dual winner Pens Man.
The six-year-old won last time out at Warwick in gritty fashion, just not knowing when he was beaten and facing off a strong challenge from Jony Max.
The previous win at Uttoxeter was more straightforward with a one-and-a-half length victory from the John Jenkins trained Le Pogues Storm.
John O'Neill Jr gets the ride with Pens Man having all the ability to write his way into proceedings in the West Country.
3.25 Newcastle - Canonized
The Cheveley Park Stud runner Canonized might not quite be a saintly runner but could likely be revered via a strong run in this Newcastle six furlongs.
A prolific winner in Spring, William Haggas' two-year-old won a trio of races at five furlongs with two decent victories at Windsor.
The filly was even sent to ParisLongchamp to contest the Group 3 Prix d'Arenberg, not disgracing herself in fourth place.
We don't want to pontificate but an August distance win in the listed Rockingham Stakes puts Canonized bang on the money for this Class 2 contest.
4.00 Newcastle - Caballero
Meaning gentleman in Spanish, Caballero has lived up to his billing by letting another in the door ahead of him in his last three races.
Keith Dalgleish does well at Newcastle but hasn't yet found the key to getting Caballero ahead in front.
Yet, a second over a mile at Ayr shows that he gets the trip and even extended to a second over one mile and a furlong at Musselburgh last time out.
Callum Rodriguez is an apt booking on board his Spanish sounding mount and Caballero can finally get in the building himself this time around.