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They are followed by the Listed Dubai Duty Free Cup Stakes (3.55) over seven furlongs at Newbury, where last year's winning jockey Jim Crowley partners Mankib for William Haggas.
And there are also jumps meetings at Newton Abbot and Ballinrobe, with evening action at Dundalk and Newcastle.
Newbury (first race at: 1.10)
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick: 6.3 at 7.40am on Friday)
Soft, heavy in places (heavy, soft in places in back straight) (GoingStick: 6.7 at 7am on Friday)
Newton Abbot (2.10)
Good to soft, good in places (GoingStick: 6.5 at 6.30am on Friday)
Breath Of Air 11-4 (from 4)
Chapman Billy 15-2 (from 11)
Start Time 11-1 (from 14)
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