Tonight's racing: three runners to note from Wolverhampton and Dundalk
Following afternoon action at Huntingdon, Lingfield and Sedgefield, there is racing on the all-weather at Dundalk and Wolverhampton this evening and here are three runners to keep an eye on.
This son of Teofilo was highly tried in pattern races last summer, including when finishing seventh behind Romanised in the Irish 2,000 Guineas.
A dramatic step down in grade and the recent switch to the all-weather has resulted in a win and a placing from three starts and, on his last two efforts, looks the one to beat in this mileAll-Weather Championships qualifier.
This three-year-old filly produced a decent effort on debut when finishing a three-quarter-of-a-length second in a novice contest at Southwell this month despite breaking slowly.
Although the form is not necessarily something to get excited about, this daughter of Camacho is one of the least exposed runners in the field and could have more to offer on her first run on Tapeta.
Trainer Jessica Harrington may well be setting her sights on Cheltenham Festival targets for herjumps horses, but she is still sending out some Flat runners on the all-weather this winter to varied success.
Calling Time, a three-year-old daughter of Camelot, took a bit of time to get the hang of the game but got off the mark at the fourth attempt at Dundalk over a mile.
The step back in trip might not be ideal given her breeding but she still retains a solid chance of adding a second career win.
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