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Glance looks set for another solid effort

WAYWARD GLANCE has been a model of consistency since the summer and he looks to have every chance of being bang there again this afternoon.

The four-year-old has won twice and been second four times in his six starts since July and he will have the assistance of multiple champion jockey Tony McCoy when he tries to keep that impressive run going today.

McCoy has won on 26 of the 77 rides he has had for trainer Jim Best for who this is just a second runner at Ffos Las.

Best said: "He seems to be improving and the step up in trip will suit him. He was unlucky at Fakenham but this ground is slower than he has encountered before."

Wayward Glance will face eight rivals in the 3.05, with Velator, who was set to make his seasonal reappearance a non-runner.

As well as Ffos Las, there is also jumps racing at Market Rasen.

Over in Ireland they race at Limerick and Navan where the likes of Big Zeb, Flemenstar and Realth Dubh clash in what could prove to be the day's most informative race, the Grade 2 Irish Form Book Fortria Chase at 2.50.

Ffos Las: soft
Market Rasen: good to soft, good in places

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