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1.10 Bangor - She's So Lovely
We're scouting for a win with this Dan Skelton mare named after the Scouting For Girls song.
A second place in a Moig South maiden in County Limerick is not to be sniffed at with the Irish point to point venue producing the Group 1 winning Commander Of Fleet.
Any Skelton runner in a Class 4 hurdle at Bangor is taken seriously with the Champion Jumps Jockey Harry Skelton gaining the ride as usual.
Obviously a bit of an unknown quantity but don't be surprised if Team Skelton have this astute Irish purchase as fit as a flea for her British debut.
2.10 Bangor - Stream Of Stars
Tremendously well bred out of superlative sire Sea The Stars and decent dam Precious Gem, you'd half expect this Nigel Twiston-Davies runner to be campaigned over a mile and four on the flat.
In fact, Stream Of Stars won at Ascot at that distance when being trained by John Gosden in 2018. She went off favourite for the Group 2 Queen's Vase that year but finished seventh under Frankie Dettori and has been held back for her reappearance over jumps.
Bred by Lady Bamford, who has links to several leading stables, Stream Of Stars comes packed with pedigree, albeit with an unknown quantity in terms of staying this two miles and half a furlong trip.
If Sam Twiston-Davies can get the six year-old well positioned for dad, then the gelding could have too much star quality in this middling contest.
3.30 Nottingham - Wink Of An Eye
It's a hat tip to The Queen's Wink Of An Eye at Nottingham, with the William Haggas gelding winning four in a row this Summer.
The three year-old racked up the four timer by winning at Glorious Goodwood on his penultimate start. That was over one mile and three furlongs but Wink Of An Eye faired less well last time out at York with an extra furlong in trip, finishing sixth in a Class 2 handicap.
Any softening of the going due to overnight rain in the East Midlands will not be a problem with three of his four wins coming on good to soft ground,
The drop in trip to one mile and two furlongs should be fine and Tom Marquand is a good jockey booking to get Her Majesty's charge back to winning ways.
It can be a blink and you'll miss it victory for Wink Of An Eye.
4.00 Nottingham - Dreams Unwind
It has been a solid season for Mark Johnston with standout stayers of the likes of Nayef Road taking nice races.
This stamina sapping one mile and six furlong contest can go the way of Johnston's Dream Unwind, a distance winner at Catterick on September 18.
The Dansili filly has prevailed in four of her last seven runs, with no wins coming at less than a length.
The three year-old is chasing the hat-trick after victories at Catterick and Ripon, the last win occuring as late as Saturday but, if the filly has recovered, then there is no reason why she shouldn't be in good nick to take this Nottingham heat.
Franny Norton gets the leg up and Dreams Unwind looks to have the grit to get the best of any test of tired legs at a sticky Nottingham.
2.20 Catterick - Just A Claim
Jane Elliott gets on well with Roger Fell's Just A Claim, winning last time out on the filly over course and distance.
Raised just two pounds, Just A Claim has strong credentials to follow up, having shown strong finishing speed and a good attitude for her short head Catterick win.
A July win at Haydock saw Just A Claim engage in a long duel with Emporium Flame as Fell's charge won the day.
There may be some slightly better contests in store for this two year-old daughter of Aclaim and the win here can provide the stepping stone for this gutsy and consistent type.
4.50 Catterick - Liberated Lad
Ian Williams knows how to produce a horse with legs and Liberated Lad can do the business in this one mile four furlong handicap.
Beaten by just a short head last time out at Hamilton over Wednesday's distance, Liberated Lad is on the same mark for his exertions.
Williams' three year-old produced a stonking win on his penultimate start at Windsor, where he prevailed by a full two-lengths at 22/1.
Bred by Watershed Down Stud, the breeding operation of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, this express may not be by starlight but the gelding should have enough in the tank to get things done.