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Jumps devotees might see Southwell, Lingfield and Wolverhampton, and think it is a day of all-weather action. But they would be wrong, as in Nottinghamshire and Surrey it is the winter game that takes centre stage.
There is plenty of intrigue in a competitive novices' handicap chase at Southwell (12.50) and division one of the fillies' novice stakes at Wolverhampton (1.40), which features Sun Maiden, a half-sister to Midday by Frankel.
Lingfield's feature might be the veterans' chase (3.00), which is over 2m4f, fairly short for such a race, and includes old favourites such as Grand Vision and Vino Griego.
Southwell - first race 12.20
Good (GoingStick 7.4 on Tuesday at 6.15am)
Wolverhampton - 12.40
Lingfield - 1.00
Soft, good to soft in places on home straight (GoingStick 6.1 on Tuesday at 6.30am)
The Gay Cavalier 12-1 (from 16)
For Carmel 5-2f (from 7-2f)
Distant Sound 16-1 (from 25)
Wings Of Smoke 11-1 (from 16)
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