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Race 1 Newbury 13:30 Group 3 (Class 1) 5f

294 Nymphadora
Smart filly who has won 5f Chester handicap and York listed race this term. Little impression in the Nunthorpe last time but this is easier and she can bounce back.
9-0 Oisin MurphyAndrew Baldinglocked7/23/114
4555 Sense Of Duty
Looked destined for the top when last seen 15 months ago, winning 6f listed Haydock race and Group 3 Chipchase at Newcastle (very impressive). Has absence to overcome but in good hands and no surprise to see her pick up where she left off.
9-0Tom MarquandWilliam Haggaslocked7/49/429
313 Designer
Back-to-back successes in 5f fillies' handicap at the Ebor meeting, getting up late having been somewhat isolated on the outer wing last month. This is a lot tougher but she's dangerous to completely dismiss.
9-0Richard KingscoteJohn Butlerlocked10/18/120
61 Raasel
Developed into a smart Group-3 sprinter in 2022 and has stood up well to a robust campaign this year, better than ever when a cosy winner of good 5f Haydock handicap a fortnight ago. No match for thriving younger rival at Doncaster last week and respected in this company.
9-3James DoyleMichael Applebylocked11/49/418
422 Thunderbear
Useful sort who won 6f Nottingham handicap in the mud in May. Fair runs without looking like winning in Group 3s since and plenty on his plate again dropped in trip.
9-2Sean LeveyJack W Davisonlocked15/29/120
There are 5 runners in this race.

Race 2 Newbury 14:05 Handicap (Class 2) 13f

105 Valsad
After 3 months off from his disappointing reappearance, resumed his progress when second at this course (12f) in August before going one better at Southwell 10 days ago. Could still have more to offer back up in trip and he's a major player.
9-5James DoyleHarry & Roger locked3/17/217
144 Sea King
Remains lightly raced for his age and ran up to his best when winning at Goodwood (12f) in August, ridden more positively. Well backed on his next outing but raced too freely at Haydock (14f) last time. No surprise to see him get back on track.
9-8Shane KellySir Mark Prescott locked4/17/213
642 Salt Bay
Won 1m Haydock maiden on his debut before taking a big step forward when third in Criterium International at Saint-Cloud next time. Hasn't gone on as hoped in a pair of listed races this year, but it remains early days so he could yet do better as he goes up in distance.
9-12Hector CrouchRalph Beckettlocked6/111/28
86 Oneforthegutter
Won for the first time since debut when successful at Ascot (12f) in July, suited by the step up in trip, but below form in cheekpieces on his next 2 starts. However, with the headgear left off he was only narrowly denied in the Mallard at Doncaster (14.5f) 8 days ago. Respected.
9-3Richard KingscoteIan Williamslocked8/117/26
143 Get Shirty
Enjoyed an excellent 2022, including wins in Copper Horse Handicap at Royal Ascot and Old Newton Cup at Haydock. However, after a spell in Meydan earlier this year he has yet to hit top form back in Britain. Dropping in the weights but others preferred.
9-11Kevin StottDavid O'Mearalocked9/19/10
3501 Not So Sleepy
Useful dual-purpose performer who was third in the Cesarewitch (18f) when last seen on the Flat nearly a year ago, making the frame for the third time in the race. However, well held over hurdles on his last 2 starts and will need to return at his best after 6 months off.
9-12 Oisin MurphyHughie Morrisonlocked10/19/110
917 Laafi
Left debut form well behind when landing a Nottingham maiden (8.3f) last autumn. Made a promising reappearance when fourth in Lingfield Derby Trial (12f), but finished down the field on handicap debut at Royal Ascot when last seen (gelded since). Needs to get back on the up.
9-2Tom MarquandWilliam Haggaslocked11/25/19
There are 7 runners in this race.

Race 3 Newbury 14:40 Handicap (Class 2) 10f

447 Totnes
Three AW wins this year and showed she's equally as effective on turf when scooting 3 lengths clear at Chepstow (1¼m, good) last month. Hit with an 8 lb rise for that and hasn't encountered ground as soft as this before.
8-10 Oisin MurphyAndrew Baldinglocked4/19/213
775 Mustazeed
Improved when winning C&D handicaps (heavy/good to firm) in the spring on his first 2 outings for Harry Eustace. Never involved on hat-trick attempt at Sandown in July but respected at a venue which clearly suits.
8-13Kaiya FraserHarry Eustacelocked6/19/225
168 Le Mans
Winner of 2 of her 3 starts, finishing with a flourish to lead in the closing stages on her 1¼m Salisbury handicap debut (good to firm) 16 days ago. Testing ground an unknown but it's likely her best days are ahead of her.
8-4Sam HitchcottRichard Hannonlocked7/18/114
211 Certain Lad
Group 3 winner in 2020 and still capable of very useful form, finishing a creditable second of 14 in Sandown handicap over this trip last month. Effective in the mud. Each-way claims again.
9-12George BassJack Channonlocked8/111/138
296 Toshizou
Useful operator for Joseph O'Brien and not far off that level for new yard, finishing a creditable seventh in the Old Newton Cup at Haydock in July. Caught wide and probably best forgiven last month's run at the York Ebor meeting. Has a reduced mark to work with and he's effective in the mud.
8-11Callum ShepherdRoger Fell & Sean locked10/116/160
294 Balance Play
Firmly on the up when landing handicaps at Chester (1¼m, good) in June and Glorious Goodwood (11f, soft) in August. Possibly found the ground too quick when down the field at York's Ebor meeting and taken to bounce back with a bang here.
9-1Hector CrouchRalph Beckettlocked10/37/25
73 Millebosc
Smart as a 3yo when trained in France. Shaped well when a running-on seventh of 18 in the John Smith's Cup at York on second start for this yard in July but needs to shrug off a couple of disappointing runs since.
9-3James DoyleWilliam Haggaslocked12/18/133
212 Gaassee
Back on to form when fourth over 1½mat Haydock (Old Newton Cup) and Ascot in July. Not at best when only sixth at Sandown back down at this trip 3 weeks ago but he's proven in the mud and is capable of bouncing back for yard which won this with Ilaraab in these silks in 2020.
9-9Tom MarquandWilliam Haggaslocked15/215/20
There are 8 runners in this race.

Race 4 Newbury 15:15 Group 2 (Class 1) 6f

147 Seven Questions
Useful gelding who completed hat-trick on nursery debut at Leicester and further improvement when placed in better company since, just denied in Group 3 at Kempton 2 weeks ago. Shortlist material.
9-3Callum ShepherdGeorge Scottlocked4/14/10
384 Mister Sketch
Territories colt. Dam unraced half-sister to useful winner up to 7f Rimth. Confirmed debut promise when winning novice at Salisbury in impressive fashion. That wide-margin win is backed up by the clock and he rates a smart prospect.
9-3Charles BishopEve Johnson locked5/29/410
142 Array
Off the mark at the third attempt when easily landing odds in 6-runner novice at Newmarket (6f, good, 2/13). Not far behind Seven Questions when close third in Sirenia Stakes at Kempton (6f, 11/8) 14 days ago and should be in the mix again.
9-3 Oisin MurphyAndrew Baldinglocked5/13/140
291 Haatem
Bath maiden winner who backed up his Coventry effort when runner-up in the Group 2 Superlative Stakes at Newmarket (7f). Went one better in Vintage Stakes at Goodwood but disappointed in Gimcrack at York since. Looks vulnerable under a penalty.
9-6Sean LeveyRichard Hannonlocked6/15/117
263 Matters Most
500,000 gns yearling who has won 5f Salisbury novice and 6f Windsor nursery. Took form to another level when runner-up in listed event at Ripon last month but more needed again at this level.
9-3Hector CrouchRalph Beckettlocked9/117/26
538 Spanish Phoenix
Leicester maiden winner but limitations exposed in Group company since.
9-3James DoyleAndrew Baldinglocked40/120/150
There are 6 runners in this race.

Race 5 Newbury 15:50 Stakes (Class 4) 7f

647 Trafalgar Square
600,000 gns Too Darn Hot half-brother to smart winner up to 7f Age of Kings. Dam winner up to 1¼m (2-y-o 1m winner) who stayed 1½m. Shaped with plenty of encouragement when fourth in a C&D novice back in July and is sure to improve.
9-7 Oisin MurphyAndrew Baldinglocked5/215/825
375 National Interest
€800,000 Kingman colt who made a highly promising start to his career when finding only one of his compatriots just too good in a Deauville maiden (7f, good) last month, keeping on. Will improve and holds leading claims.
9-7Tom MarquandWilliam Haggaslocked5/49/480
216 New Chelsea
New Bay colt who produced a promising first effort when fourth at Newmarket in August. Unable to build on that at Wolverhampton next time but was seemingly still in need of the experience and remains capable of better.
9-7Laura PearsonRalph Beckettlocked6/14/133
04 Feigning Madness
Foaled March 2. 170,000 gns yearling, Ulysses colt. Half-brother to useful 2-y-o 7f winner Dance In The Grass. Dam, 11f-1½m winner, half-sister to useful 2-y-o 1m winner (stayed 1½m) Rasmy. Newcomer who makes plenty of appeal on paper.
9-7Hector CrouchRalph Beckettlocked6/18/133
02 Detroit Lion
Foaled February 10. €36,000 foal, €87,000 yearling, Awtaad colt. Half-brother to 3 winners, including useful winner up to 6f Ancient Times and 1¼m winner Saffran. Needs a market check.
9-7Sean LeveyRichard Hannonlocked18/120/111
291 Break The Bank
350,000 gns yearling, Invincible Spirit colt. Shaped with clear promise when sixth of 11 on his Newmarket debut but ran to only a similar level faced with softer ground at Ffos Las (7.4f) next time and is possibly more a nursery type.
9-7Joshua BryanAndrew Baldinglocked40/140/10
03 Dooley
Foaled March 6. €45,000 foal, £80,000 yearling, Magna Grecia colt. Half-brother to 2m winner Huscari. Dam, ran once, closely related to very smart US Grade 2 1m/9f winner Cowboy Cal. Slightly off-putting he's wearing blinkers for debut but yard can ready one.
9-7Kevin StottCharles Hillslocked40/140/10
108 Carmarthen
Well held in a pair of maidens 3 months apart.
9-2Charles BishopJack Channonlocked66/150/124
There are 8 runners in this race.

Race 6 Newbury 16:25 Handicap (Class 3) 7f

445 Pearle D'or
Better than ever since refitted in a hood, scoring at Ascot (7f) in July before close third of 12 at Chepstow (7f) last month. Strong-travelling sort who may do better still. Has won on soft ground so big shout.
9-8James DoyleDavid O'Mearalocked3/113/2117
271 Spanish Star
C&D winner who is enjoying a good season, solid third of 6 in handicap at Goodwood (6f, soft) 27 days ago. Not taken lightly off an unchanged mark.
10-2Rhys ClutterbuckPatrick Chamingslocked6/16/10
89 Captain Cuddles
Yet to score this season but she comes here on the back of a good staying-on second of 12 in handicap at Chester (6f, soft) 8 days ago. Firmly in the picture returned to 7f now.
9-1Sean LeveyRichard Hannonlocked6/110/167
316 Razeyna
C&D winner who arrives in decent nick, blinkered for 1st time when second of 9 in handicap at Kempton (7f) 31 days ago. Shortlisted with the headgear retained.
9-6Tom MarquandWilliam Haggaslocked8/16/125
213 Hodler
Resumed winning ways at Chester (on heavy ground) in May but not quite so good since, only fair sixth back there 21 days ago. More is needed despite an easing mark.
9-11 Oisin MurphyJim Boylelocked9/211/439
382 Embrace
Got off the mark at Wolverhampton (7f) last November but has failed to go on since returning with an excellent fourth in Fred Darling over C&D in April. Needs to get back on track.
9-12Kevin StottOwen Burrowslocked9/19/10
1458 Pumalin Park
Lightly-raced colt. Scored at Lingfield (1m) in April but off the track since posting a below-par third in 1m Windsor novice (soft) following month. More is needed on his handicap debut after a break.
9-3Richard KingscoteSir Michael Stoutelocked10/120/1100
3811 Ben Hamrash
On the up since sent into handicaps and he landed the odds in 3-runner race at Ffos Las (7.4f, soft) 38 days ago. Up 3 lb but he can go well again.
8-8Sam HitchcottEd Walkerlocked10/19/110
357 Scholarship
Made a successful return in the mud over C&D in April but not in the same form on his 4 outings since, tried in blinkers over C&D last time. Hard to warm to
9-5Callum ShepherdClive Coxlocked20/120/10
844 Marshal Dan
C&D winner last October but he's failed to beat a rival in handicaps at Ascot and Newcastle on his last two outings. Others appeal more.
9-10Callum HutchinsonHeather Mainlocked25/133/132
5610 Chelsea Square
Runner-up in a C&D novice on his debut in May but not matched that in trio of starts since, last of 16 on handicap debut at York (7f) in July. Plenty more is required after a break.
8-9Laura PearsonRalph Beckettlocked40/125/138
There are 11 runners in this race.

Race 7 Newbury 17:00 Handicap (Class 4) 8f

149 King's Code
9-1NON-RUNNERDavid Evanslocked0
341 Metal Merchant
Useful performer who has been better than recent form figures suggest, not seen to best effect taking on his elders for the first time when mid-field at Sandown (8f, good) last month. Could make his presence felt if things drop right.
9-11James DoyleJack Channonlocked3/19/425
374 Welleef
Lope De Vega colt who looked a good prospect when landing 15-runner Leicester novice (7f, soft) on debut in August but still failed to make the expected improvement when only third in a similar event at Salisbury 15 days later. Could have more to offer now handicapping.
9-6Richard KingscoteOwen Burrowslocked4/13/125
228 Golspie
Made a winning debut over C&D in April and has been consistent rather than progressive since, latest when 3¾ lengths second to Mudskipper at Salisbury (8f, soft) just over 3 weeks ago, badly hampered over 1f out. Fancied to be in the shake-up.
9-1Charles BishopEve Johnson locked10/17/130
207 Lunatick
Fairly useful colt who made the most of a good opportunity to finally open his account in a match at Brighton (8f, good) 20 days ago. That form obviously needs treating with a pinch of salt, but he could kick on now up and running.
9-3Tom MarquandHughie Morrisonlocked11/111/250
2410 City Of York
Is really getting his act together now and having opened his account on the turf at Lingfield last month, justified market confidence and a better attitude than had been the case making handicap debut at Kempton (8f) 24 days ago. Should be bang there bidding for a hat-trick.
8-13Callum ShepherdDavid Simcocklocked11/211/20
213 Baltic Voyage
Got back on the up with his breakthrough win in 8-runner handicap at Ripon (1¼m, soft) in July and can have his last couple of efforts easily excused (pulled way too hard at Sandown 3 weeks ago). This his first go at 1m and needs to get back on track.
9-9Hector CrouchRalph Beckettlocked14/19/136
175 Greatest Time
Showed plenty of ability when runner-up at Newmarket 12 months ago but was too free on return over C&D in April. Still below his debut form but shaped with a little encouragement after a further 4 months off at Kempton recently and will need to raise his game heading into handicaps.
9-6Sean LeveyRichard Hannonlocked40/128/130
There are 8 runners in this race.

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