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Ten runners declared for this mile and a half handicap with thirteen pounds covering them all from top to bottom as they look to land the £3,752 for the winner. Read our tipsters' expert preview and back the winner with myracing.

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David O’Meara does particularly well at improving others “cast-offs” and in  STONIFIC (Each Way) he has a work in progress. He did win in France for Andre Fabre and looked sure to improve for the run on his British debut, and if that is the case we can all expect plenty of market support tomorrow evening with Danny Tudhope in the saddle.

Ice Canyon
J: Eoin Walsh T: Mark Brisbourne
Without a win after fourteen starts now but a top four placing in all four starts for Mark Brisbourne after arriving at the stable from Mick Halford in Ireland and looks more than capable of winning a race or two. Last time out he was a three length third to Inn The Bull here over course and distance when failing to get the run he needed at a crucial time and if he gets the rub of the green today he has to have a serious chance.
J: Luke Morris T: Ed Walker
Five wins from twenty-two starts produce a decent looking one in four strike rate or thereabouts and if he can reproduce his best effort when finishing second to Thaqaffa over this trip at Kempton off of this rating, then he could well mount a challenge. Ed Walker’s gelding hasn’t really been in the same form since and as things stand his chances of success look pretty slim.
J: Jack Osborn T: Sophie Leech
Last seen in August 2017 when falling over fences at Southwell when presumably injuring himself hence the long absence. Yet to win on the flat after seven attempts with a half-length second in a Leopardstown maiden as a two-year-old when in the care of Mick Halford the closest he has come to success, and returning from a long break he may be best watched by punters for the moment.
Outback Blue
J: Nicola Currie T: George Bewley
Third in a Redcar claimer when last seen on the flat in November 2017 after which he moved from David Evans to George Bewley to go hurdling. Two unsuccessful runs at Sedgefield and Musselburgh see him reverting to the flat today but he has a lot to find on any recent form and with the yard struggling for runners let alone winners, he seems likely to go off at a big price tonight.
Broadway Dreams
J: Mitch Godwin T: Michael Blake
Still a maiden after five runs on the flat and three over obstacles, and hard to make a case for after a seventh of eleven over this trip at Kempton last month. If he can repeat his length second over ten furlongs at Redcar in August last year he would have a chance, but that seems unlikely if recent efforts are taken at face value even for the Michael Blake yard who are in among the winners lately.  
Fool To Cry
J: Tim Clark T: Johnny Farrelly
Last time out the five-year-old mare had her first run on the flat for trainer Johnny Farrelly after five races over hurdles in fairly decent company, but she only managed a running-on fifth over the two miles at Kempton. The drop in trip may well catch her out this evening with others likely to have a better change of gears.
King Kevin
J: Robert Havlin T: Ed Dunlop
Ed Dunlop’s gelding rounded off 2017 with three wins from his last four starts and carried on where he left off with a win here in January followed by three places. Stopped when coming with a run last time out, that run can be ignored and he may be better judged on earlier efforts, but he still needs a career best off this mark, and as he runs off nine pounds higher than his latest win, and over a trip that may be pushing his stamina to the limits, he can run well but a win may be beyond him.
Dream Magic
J: Andrew Mullen T: Daniel Loughnane
Hacked up on a mile in a course and distance claimer in February but was given an added six pounds for that and promptly finished stone cold last, beaten seven and a half lengths over this trip at Lingfield when again making all the running under Richard Kingscote. Andrew Mullen is back in the saddle today, so it will be interesting to see if that brings any improvement, and dropped in class here he ought to do better with a top half finish more than likely.
J: Liam Keniry T: Neil Mulholland
Yet another in-form option after two wins in a row here over quarter of a mile further in December and January, and a four length fourth to Inn The Bull here in February. Dropped in trip this evening he will need a fast run race to attack from but may well get that and could get involved in the battle for the places with the Neil Mulholland stable going nicely with 21% winners in the last fourteen days.
J: Daniel Tudhope T: David O'Meara
Formerly in the care of Andre Fabre in France and now with David O’Meara, the son of Sea The Stars won a single race from six starts at Compiegne in July 2016 and was clearly not a stable star. One run for his new stable saw a nine and a quarter length sixth of seven over this sort of trip at Newcastle when an easy to back 11/1 chance and he seems sure to improve for that for his very shrewd stable who do so well with this sort of purchase.

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