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Formscan By Eamonn Murphy - APPLETIME each-way could be the way to go in this. This fellow has run reasonably well when attracting his share of market support in maiden company and though a mark of 108 hardly under-estimates him on his handicap bow, it still gives him every chance of reaching the frame in an ordinary enough heat. Grange is likely to be popular with punters after his last couple of efforts but he hardly appeals at his likely odds. Davy Russell and Arthur Moore teamed up to good effect lately with Home Farm and if Hop In, like that fellow, were to attract support in the betting, then the hint would be difficult to ignore. He's only a five-year-old and though coming off a break, it's almost certain that he has more to offer. Though chasing will likely figure on Hop In's itinerary sooner rather than later, Moore has said in the past: "We like him and he should pay his way over hurdles."
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An extended handicap hurdle for four yrs old and upwards rated 80-109 that have not won a hurdle race before 29th April, 2012
Weights - An extended handicap hurdle for four yrs old and upwards rated 80-109 that have not won a hurdle race before 29th April, 2012
Riders - Winner of a hurdle race after calculation of the handicap to carry 6lb extra for each hurdle race won.
Probable SP 9/4 Grange, 5/2 Hop In, 4/1 Popmurphy, 9/2 Supreme Bob, 7/1 Appletime, 14/1 Hair Oil Jimmy, 20/1 Gothen Niece, 25/1 Man of God, 33/1 Ms Cabrita.