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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - Seven days back, Alghanem landed a sizeable gamble here which earned him a 12Ib hike in the ratings. Stylish and all as last Friday's victory was, the assessor's reaction is enough to have me looking elsewhere for a likely winner. A surprise victor on the same programme, Asian Night fared better with the handicapper, getting 7Ibs for his troubles and another prominent showing from him wouldn't surprise. Denis Cullen may have been a little unfortunate with Roter Baron here on Wednesday night, when that one finished third, and he might get a turn now with BOMBADERO. He scored in good style in a Wexford maiden hurdle last time and as a son of Sadler's Wells, with David Casey booked, the five-year-old will surely run well. Another from the jumping arena, Days Ahead is respected with Joseph O'Brien up whilst Alpha And Omega has been mentioned as an eye-catcher in some quarters lately and he is worth keeping an eye on in the betting. It's hardly a race for big stakes as there aren't many that one could confidently rule out.
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An extended handicap for three yrs old and upwards rated 47-65
Weights - An extended handicap for three yrs old and upwards rated 47-65
Riders - (after calculation of the handicap) A winner shall carry 5lb extra for each race won
Probable SP 9/2 Days Ahead, Alghanem, 11/2 Saint By Day, Whiteside, 7/1 Asian Wing, Bombadero, 10/1 Star Power, 12/1 Alpha And Omega, Indicative, 14/1 Duc D'Anjou, She's A Queen, Baravaero, 20/1 Music On D Waters, 25/1 Others.