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The opener at Newbury (2.15) this afternoon is arguably the most interesting race of the day and should certainly prove one of the more informative.
This year's Sandringham second Magnetic Charm won last year's renewal of the juvenile fillies' maiden – run in memory of the late Dr John Drew – and William Haggas aims to repeat the feat with newcomer Wejdan, who is entered in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes at York's Ebor meeting this month.
The Ralph Beckett-trained Arabian Dream is a sister to Gimcrack winner Showcasing and makes her debut, while Richard Spencer saddles his first runner for owner-breeders Cheveley Park Stud with Catechism.
Catterick hosts the other afternoon entertainment, while jumps action takes place at Roscommon in the evening as well as Flat racing at Nottingham and Ripon.
The feature race (7.20) at the North Yorkshire track is a tricky mile handicap with it hard to rule out any of the four runners – recent Nottingham second Oasis Prince, course-and-distance winner Divinity, the progressive Sandret and in-form Caustic Love.
Catterick (first race 2.00)
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Good, good to firm in places
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What to back
Maddy Playle provides three horses to back at Newbury in Ten Second Tips . . .
What to read
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What to watch
Maddy Playle is joined by Nick Watts, Mark Boylan and Paddy Power's Paul Binfield to review last week's action at Glorious Goodwood and Galway in the Racing Postcast.
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It will be interesting to see how Feliciana De Vega fares if declared for either of her possible engagements this week. The Ralph Beckett-trained filly looked very exciting when winning convincingly at Newmarket and Deauville at the back end of last year and is entered in a conditions race at Thirsk on Friday and the Listed British Stallion Studs EBF Dick Hern Stakes at Haydock on Saturday.
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