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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - Breeding-wise DANSILI DUAL catches the eye, Johnny Murtagh (broke his collarbone) is back perhaps a tad earlier than he expected and you get the impression that the former Richard Hannon performer can now benefit from going up markedly in trip. Essentially a sprinting juvenile, Dansili Dual now tries a synthetic surface for the first-time and though a bit has to be taken on trust coming off a 137 day break, if the market is keen on Tommy Carmody's charge the advice would be to take the hint. As a son of Shamardal you're obviously going to give Sharjah a second glance. With a tongue-strap fitted now he could well leave behind his previous form and out-run his likely price. Daft Dave is another equipped with an 'aid' for the first-time, blinkers in this case, and he's just one more that could improve. Victorious on their most recent starts, Have A Nice Day and Toberton are worthy of consideration but they could be vulnerable to something progressing quicker.
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An extended handicap for three yrs old only (80 = 9st 10lb)
Weights - An extended handicap for three yrs old only (80 = 9st 10lb)
Allowances - Top weight in the original handicap; shall not be less than 9st 10lb
Riders - (after calculation of the handicap) A winner shall carry 5lb extra for each race won. Any horse rated above 80 shall initially be treated as having that rating and the highest weight allotted shall be 9st 10lb. Subsequently, the excess over 80 in any rating shall be added to the weight allotted to that horse. Horses which receive a published weight of 8st 3lb or less will be entitled to a 50% reduction in entry fee. Should they be declared to run they will then become liable for the full amount of the cost to run.
Probable SP 11/4 Have A Nice Day, 9/2 Dansili Dual, 6/1 Desiderata, 7/1 Toberton, Relay, 10/1 Aminah, 12/1 Cappadocia, 14/1 Daft Dave, Todd, 16/1 Sharjah.