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Over £7,000 in total prize money for this seven-furlong event that pays out all the way down to eighth leaving just the one poor set of connections going home with nothing. Read our tipsters' expert preview and back the winner with myracing.

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One horse stands out and that is top-weight BERNIE’S BOY who has excellent form over six and seven furlongs and can use the added furlong here to shrug off the handicapper’s recent attentions in this field.

Lucky Lodge
J: William Cox T: Antony Brittain
Two of his nine wins were over this course and distance earlier this year but the son of Lucky Story has been beaten in to fifth twice since off this two pounds higher mark and needs to do better than that to win again this evening. His stable are without a winner in the last two weeks, ditto his jockey, and under those circumstances it may be sensible for punters to look elsewhere for the likely winner, though the cheekpieces return which may at least see a more concerted effort.
Critical Thinking
J: Finley Marsh T: David Loughnane
One win and three places from five races so far this season but that was over a mile plus here and it will be interesting to see how the four-year-old does dropped back to this trip. Last time out here he ran on in to second over the same mile plus trip making the seven furlongs an even bigger question mark, and with her only other win over a mile and a quarter others look likely to have far too much speed for her in this company off a rating that he can win off when returning to a more suitable trip.
J: Jane Elliott T: Les Eyre
Just the one win from nineteen starts on the flat in a Catterick handicap off two pounds higher back in August 2017. Clearly he is handicapped to run well here on that form and he was only beaten a length last time out here over a furlong shorter when staying on at one pace, and if he can repeat or better that effort he certainly has a decent looking each way chance at a price.
Compass Hill
J: Harry Burns T: Jo Hughes
He arrived at the Jo Hughes yard after leaving Ireland in December and nearly repaid connections faith immediately when only beaten three-quarters of a length here in a similar standard over course and distance. He may well improve for that run and if that is the case then he ought to be good enough to get involved in the finish off the same rating today though Harry Burns can only claim the three pounds as opposed to the five pounds he took off his back last time out.
Dream Farr
J: Adam McNamara T: Ed Walker
His consistency is his downfall with his placed efforts earning connections very little prize money, but keeping his handicap mark on the high side. Nine races without a win now stretching back just over a year but he has been dropped two pounds for a four length fifth of twelve at Lingfield last month but he is another who may be better over a furlong shorter, and his stamina may not hold out off the expected fast early pace.
Cobalty Isle
J: Rowan Scott T: Keith Dalgleish
Two seconds and a fourth when trained by Henry Candy and a last of six on the slower Southwell surface on his only run so far for Keith Dalgleish when beaten twenty-four lengths last month when weakening late on over this trip. He may well have needed his first run since June last year, a break of eight months, and it will be interesting to see how he does on his handicap debut off a rating of 72 which seems generous if he can get back to his older form.
Mr Orange
J: Harrison Shaw T: Paul Midgley
A decent enough sprinter with four wins over six furlongs from his twenty-five starts but yet to win over this trip despite two attempts, both at Catterick. Last time out he was a poor seventh at Newcastle in October and as he hasn’t been seen since, he may be best watched after such a long lay-off to see if he retains all or any of his old ability over a trip that still seems a furlong too far.
J: Jason Watson T: George Peckham
One win from ten starts so far in a Lingfield handicap over this trip in late December and he came pretty close to following up here over course and distance when a length and a quarter second to Murdanova when staying on late off of a rating of 68. Sadly he has been given an added two pounds for that and won’t find this quite as easy. Stable are having a quiet spell but he has to be of some interest and could well place.
Bernie's Boy
J: Nicola Currie T: Phil McEntee
Excellent form of late with three wins already in 2018 plus a second last time out at Chelmsford and looks the one they all have to beat. He has won over the trip on soft going and conditions will be very different here which will help him to get home over the added furlong. Clear form pick despite top weight and hard to oppose.

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