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Race 1 York 15:10 Handicap (Class 3) 7f

133 Classy Boy
Thrice-raced maiden. Best effort when fifth of 7 in novice (7/1) at this course (6f, good) 13 days ago. Makes handicap debut.
8-6Saffie OsborneK R Burkelocked7/23/114
295 Bulmer Bank
Has shown promise in 3 outings, including when tenth of 14 in valuable maiden at this C&D (good to firm, 80/1) 29 days ago, and opening mark looks a fair one.
8-2 Adam FarragherMichael & David locked7/15/129
92 Politico
Chester maiden/novice winner but struggled back in a nursery last time.
8-12Rossa RyanCharlie Johnstonlocked8/15/138
106 Up The Jazz
Justified market support when opening his account at the sixth attempt in a Carlisle nursery (6.9f) but struggled on AW bow next time. Worth another chance back on turf.
8-2Andrew MullenRichard Faheylocked8/117/26
231 Emperor's Star
Sea The Stars colt who built on his promising debut at the second attempt when landing odds at Chelmsford. Opening mark demands more but that is entirely possible given how he's bred.
9-9Harry DaviesCharlie Applebylocked11/107/459
574 Alfie Boy
Little solid form in novice events. Makes handicap debut. Must improve.
8-2Duran FentimanTim Easterbylocked14/130/1114
There are 6 runners in this race.

Race 2 York 15:45 Handicap (Class 3) 7f

1417 No Nay Nicki
Reacted well to cheekpieces (retained) when landing a belated second career win at Thirsk (7f, good to soft) a fortnight ago. Twice runner-up over C&D.
8-8Graham LeeRichard Faheylocked7/18/114
5612 Lowton
Won Leicester maiden (heavy) and AW novice at Newcastle at the start of the summer (both 7f). Failed to cut much ice on his 1m Ascot handicap debut in July but no surprise were he to resume his progression now for a stable which continues in form. Blinkered first time.
9-1Ross CoakleyEdward Bethelllocked8/110/125
211 Percy's Lad
Mostly creditable efforts in defeat this year, particularly when second of 12 at Chester (7.5f, good to soft) 3 weeks ago. Only nudged up 1 lb and ought to remain competitive.
9-12Rossa RyanDaniel & Claire locked9/111/239
3115 Quest For Fun
C&D winner in July. Good fourth of 12 in a Racing League handicap at Chepstow (7f) next time. Not at his best when sixth of 8 at Carlisle latest but capable of bouncing back and Jonny Peate takes a handy 3 lb off.
8-12Jonny PeateTim Easterbylocked9/110/111
262 Wild Lion
Lightly-raced 5-y-o who confirmed himself equally as effective on turf as AW when landing C&D handicap in June. Couple of respectable in-frame efforts since and not discounted with Adam Farragher taking 3 lb off.
9-11 Adam FarragherSaeed bin Suroorlocked11/115/232
104 Aphelios
Three-time winner over 6f who took his form up a notch tackling 7f for the first time when landing 8-runner Kempton handicap this month. Even better form when second of 12 at Southwell (7f again) 10 days ago. Should give another good account.
9-9Daniel MuscuttMichael Applebylocked11/19/118
1816 Fortamour
Back to winning ways at his favoured Ripon (last 4 wins there) 18 days ago. Races mainly at 6f these days but he was a respectable seventh of 20 over this C&D earlier in the year.
8-11Faye McManomanBen Haslamlocked14/128/1100
1413 The Turpinator
Took advantage of a career-low mark in 12-runner Thirsk handicap (7f, good to soft) a fortnight ago. Raised 4 lb for that but he retains handicapping scope on old form.
9-0Sean KirraneGrant Tuerlocked15/212/160
146 Orbaan
Course winner. This hold-up performer hasn't had the rub of the green in recent starts and is back on a good mark if things fall right.
9-7Harry DaviesDavid O'Mearalocked16/117/247
219 Nibras Angel
Looked useful when winning 7f maiden/novice events on fast turf on her first 2 outings. Couldn't cope with the step up to Group 3 level over 1m at Sandown last time but retains potential with her sights lowered. Drop back to 7f could help too.
9-5Owen LewisIsmail Mohammedlocked16/116/10
2318 Thankuappreciate
Just a 6f novice win to his name but plenty of creditable efforts in sprint handicaps this year, including when fifth of 11 at Carlisle (6f, good) on his first run for Declan Carroll. Tackles 7f for the first time now.
8-4James SullivanDeclan Carrolllocked18/125/139
225 Scottish Summit
Likeable veteran who resumed winning ways at Thirsk (7f) in May but his last couple of runs have been a fair way short of his best.
9-7Jack GarrittyGeoffrey Harkerlocked20/125/125
147 Another Investment
Took a big jump forward when winning 16-runner C&D handicap (good to firm) by 5 lengths in June. Has backed that up when fourth at Newmarket (7f) and Ascot (6f) on his last 2 outings. Does need to prove he's effective with give in the ground, though.
9-6Alex JaryNigel Tinklerlocked22/128/127
303 Cruyff Turn
Course scorer. Back to winning ways at Redcar (7f) in June. Not discredited when ninth of 15 in Bunbury Cup at Newmarket next time but he ran poorly at the Ebor meeting last month.
9-10Duran FentimanTim Easterbylocked25/122/112
810 Zip
Bagged a couple of AW handicaps at the start of the year and also a close second at Newcastle (7f) in July. Shaped better than the distance beaten suggests when eight of 12 at Doncaster last week and goes well on going softer than good.
9-5Billy GarrittyRichard Faheylocked25/120/120
2214 The Cookstown Cafu
Ended 2022 in fine form and picked up where he left off with victories at Redcar (7f, heavy) and Pontefract (1m, good to soft). His run of good form has come to a halt lately but he has been cut a bit of slack by the handicapper as a result.
8-13Andrew MullenKevin Ryanlocked25/125/10
2319 Utilis
Fairly useful form at 2, including narrowly denied in a nursery off 6 lb higher. Below that level in his 3 outings this year but latest Carlisle sixth in cheekpieces (off now) was more encouraging and the return to 7f should suit him.
8-4Raul Da SilvaBrian Ellisonlocked33/133/10
1758 Lion Tower
C&D winner last summer. Slight worry that he hasn't been seen a respectable reappearance effort at Doncaster in April but he is on a winning mark if primed for this.
9-6Sam JamesGrant Tuerlocked40/120/150
There are 18 runners in this race.

Race 3 York 16:20 Handicap (Class 2) 5f

3514 Desperate Hero
Has had plenty of racing for a 3-y-o but took form to another level when winning at Newbury 5 weeks ago. This harder but not taken lightly.
8-11Rose DawesJack Channonlocked8/112/150
148 Jm Jungle
3-y-o who is enjoying a cracking season, shaping well on a few occasions before scoring at Haydock and Glorious Goodwood in the summer. Good in-frame efforts both starts since (including here) and looks sure to go well again.
9-4Billy GarrittyJohn Quinnlocked8/115/26
1411 Arecibo
Acquitted himself well in defeat on several occasions this year, latest when creditable third of 12 in handicap at Haydock (5f, good to firm) 14 days ago. Others more appealing for win purposes, though.
9-3Daniel MuscuttRobert Cowelllocked10/110/10
1416 Ventura Express
Resumed winning ways at Pontefract (5f) in May and largely performed well in defeat since, creditable sixth of 12 in handicap at Haydock (5f, good to firm) 14 days ago, nearest finish.
8-10Graham LeePaul Midgleylocked10/133/1230
71 Intrinsic Bond
Won the Great St Wilfrid at Ripon for Tracy Waggott last summer and took his form to a new level when landing 5f Ascot handicap for new yard in July. Smart effort when close third in Portland at Doncaster last week and should go well again.
9-12 Adam FarragherMichael Wighamlocked11/211/20
144 Alligator Alley
Built on good second here (5.4f) when taking 13-runner handicap at Newcastle (5f). Never involved at Haydock 2 weeks ago but type to bounce back.
9-8Liam KeniryDavid O'Mearalocked12/114/117
710 Vintage Clarets
Won at Chester in June and followed up in ready fashion in the Gosforth Park Cup at Newcastle. Respectable fifth in the Portland at Doncaster last week and return to bare 5f will suit.
9-3Jack GarrittyRichard Faheylocked12/18/133
219 Hyperfocus
Scored at Ripon in April and ran better than for a good while when third of 11 in handicap (7/1) at Chester (5.5f, good to soft) 21 days ago, albeit seen to good effect.
9-4Sean KirraneTim Easterbylocked14/116/114
62 Fine Wine
Speedy front runner who hasn't added to his tally in 2023 but he's posted a trio of useful efforts in handicaps, including when third over C&D in May off 3 lb higher. Struggled in listed event at Doncaster last week but this more suitable.
9-11Sam JamesScott Dixonlocked14/112/114
1321 Wen Moon
Scored at Pontefract in April but he's been in and out since, though his latest second over C&D was a good effort.
8-7Andrew MullenBen Haslamlocked16/116/10
213 Bond Chairman
As good as ever when making a winning return at Doncaster in June and backed that up with good third at Ascot. Mis-fired there next time but ran much better in face of a stiff task when 3 lengths fifth of 6 in listed race at Beverley (5f, good to firm, 20/1) 21 days ago.
9-10Harry RussellBryan Smartlocked16/140/1150
495 Proverb
Listed winner at 2 (also won a C&D maiden). Hard to place now, however, down the field back in a handicap at Hamilton last time. Headgear now reached for.
9-8Rossa RyanGeorge Bougheylocked16/112/125
4915 Came From The Dark
Some smart handicap form to his name a few years back and landed a Sandown Group 3 in July 2021. However, not as good nowadays and others make more appeal for win purposes.
8-11Saffie OsborneEd Walkerlocked20/116/120
76 Existent
Losing run is mounting up and down the field in the Portland last week. Others preferred.
9-5Luke CattonStuart Williamslocked20/114/130
1519 Muker
C&D winner. Latest win at Thirsk in August. Good second of 12 in handicap (4/1) at Haydock (5f, good to firm) 15 days ago but this more competitive.
8-8Alex JaryNigel Tinklerlocked20/125/125
1612 Good Earth
Recorded third win of the season in determined fashion at Sandown (5f, good to firm) last month but down the field at Wolverhampton since.
9-2James SullivanMichael Herringtonlocked20/125/125
1013 Manila Scouse
Reliable sort who won at both Haydock and Chepstow in August. Down the field off revised mark both starts since though had excuses.
8-11Duran FentimanTim Easterbylocked20/112/140
322 Count D'orsay
Went close at Beverley (5f, heavy) on Wednesday but up against it from 6 lb out of the handicap.
8-7Amie WaughTim Easterbylocked20/120/10
2120 Dickieburd
Suited by the way the race developed when winning at Catterick (5f, good, 14/1) and predictably failed to repeat that effort at Chester since. Others preferred.
8-7Harry DaviesCraig Lidsterlocked25/133/132
35118 Zargun
On a long losing run and well held over C&D when last seen almost a year ago.
8-8Jimmy QuinnScott Dixonlocked40/140/10
3117 One Night Stand
Has generally struggled this season so easy enough to look elsewhere despite tumbling mark.
8-9Faye McManomanScott Dixonlocked50/166/132
There are 21 runners in this race.

Race 4 York 16:55 Handicap (Class 4) 16f

107 Cinnodin
Has had a good year, winning 4 handicaps at up to 2m, and has run well the last twice, chasing home Zimmerman at Haydock and then not beaten far in a higher grade than he need contest (just out of the handicap) at Southwell. One to note.
9-3Ross CoakleyRichard Hugheslocked4/14/10
710 Marbuzet
In top form, following up his Carlisle success at Musselburgh (2m) last week, coming clear hard held. This is a lot tougher but he can't be discounted.
8-13Sean KirraneTim Easterbylocked7/16/114
179 Solution
Step up to 2m has been the making of him, winning Kempton and Lingfield handicaps the last twice. Just as effective on turf and big shout up 4 lb.
9-0Rossa RyanRalph Beckettlocked7/42/114
103 Mostly Sunny
Dual winner last year and good efforts over 2m of late. Down in grade and respected.
10-1Daniel MuscuttHeather Mainlocked8/113/219
212 Zimmerman
Largely consistent sort and he landed 11-runner 2m handicap at Haydock last month. Fair run at Chester 3 weeks ago but more needed here and drying ground may not help also.
10-2James SullivanTim Easterbylocked10/110/10
5611 Mirrie Dancers
Won first 2 starts back in June on turf and fair runs over 2m on AW the last twice. Steps up markedly in class with work to do.
8-13Jonny PeateRoger Fell & Sean locked14/120/143
291 State Legend
Opened account for present yard in decisive fashion at Sandown (1¾m, good to soft) in July but easy to back and proved too free upped to 2m at Goodwood next time. Back down in grade and went close here in June.
10-4Charlie ToddIan Williamslocked16/125/156
216 Further Measure
Dual winner at Wolverhampton in June and fair runs the last twice. Probably vulnerable back up in trip in this company, though.
9-6Liam KenirySylvester Kirklocked20/133/165
278 Flint Hill
Has been well held to differing degrees since winning at Catterick (2m) in May and this looks tough despite his falling mark.
9-2Graham LeeRuth Jeffersonlocked25/140/160
712 Nobody Told Me
Off the mark at Doncaster in April but largely below form since, including over this trip. New headgear.
8-11Billy GarrittyJedd O'Keeffelocked25/125/10
214 September Power
Suspect her Beverley (2m) win last month slightly flatters her and she was well beaten off this mark at Chester. Something to find.
9-11 Adam FarragherMichael Wighamlocked33/140/121
395 Red Force One
C&D winner who struck over hurdles at Huntingdon in May. Has struggled since (under both codes) but his mark has dipped.
9-8Andrew MullenPhilip Kirbylocked80/180/10
There are 12 runners in this race.

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