Cuban Heel can take first step into winner's enclosure at Ffos Las
Gleeful(6.20 Newcastle, nap)
Caught the eye staying on nicely into third on debut at Kempton recently,looking as if the experience will benefit her. With normal improvement assured, she could be hard to peg back here.
Others to Note
Newcastle: 5.50 Drill, 6.50 Hard Taskmaster, 7.20 Launceston Place, 7.50 Spirit of Buxted, 8.20 Royal Mezyan.
Windsor: 4.25 Alexa Rose, 4.55 Astronaut, 5.30 Dombra, 6.30 Beat The Judge, 7.00 Prabeni, 7.30 Global Style.
Ffos Las: 2.45 Lysander Belle, 3.15 Amplification.
Brighton: 2.00 Mayfair Spirit, 2.30 Make A Wish, 3.00 Arcanista, 3.30 Hameem, 4.00 Aldbury Lass, 5.05 Oceanus.
North: Colin Russell
French Heroine(5.20 Newcastle, nap)
Ran creditably in a decent Doncaster novice two runs back, and though not so effective on soft ground on her last start is fancied to bounce back for her in-form yard on her handicap and all-weather debut.
Others to follow
Newcastle: 5.50 Benadalid, 6.20 Olivia R, 6.50 Smashing Lass, 7.20 War Department, 7.50 Shawaamekh, 8.20 Young Tiger.
Windsor: 6.00 Bashiba.
Lambourn: James Burn
Wufud(3.45 Ffos Las, nap)
Loads of promise on debut at Kempton in the spring, but was never going at Salisbury last time. Quick ground might have been against him that day, so a kinder surface should suit this well-bred colt, who retains potential.
Others to follow
Brighton: 2.30 Gold Arrow, 3.00 Racehorse.
Ffos Las: 2.15 Captain Lars, 2.45 Enchanted Linda, 3.15 Khazix, 4.15 Redgrave, 4.45 Star Gypsy.
Newcastle: 5.20 Trevena, 5.50 Arthenia, 6.20 Red Archangel, 6.50 Dark Panther.
Windsor: 3.55 Silca Mistress, 4.25 Golden Force, 4.55 Dirty Rascal, 5.30 New Queen, 6.00 Look Surprised, 7.00 Definition.
Racing Post Ratings: Sam Walker
Not won for over two years but has posted a couple of decent runs over course and distance in that time and arrives in good form on the back of placed efforts at Redcar and Wolverhampton.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Cuban Heel(4.15 Ffos Las)
Has yet to win in ten attempts but was just denied at Epsom a week ago and may deservedly break his duck.
Longshot: Olly Eden
Global Style(7:30 Windsor)
Ed Dunlop's horses continue to run well, and his gelding was hitting the frame before disappointing on his latest start, where the softer conditions may have been against him. First time blinkers and tongue-tie may spark improvement and he can run well at an each-way price.
In the frame on all of her three starts, most recently when third over today's course and distance in July, the daughter of High Chaparral can get off the mark at the fourth attempt. She gets the vote to score for Willie McCreery and Billy Lee.
The Raceform Interactive nugget
William Haggas has form figures of 211221211211 (58 per cent, +£6.27) with three-year-old's in novice and maiden events at Windsor who were sent off under 5-1 since the start of 2015. Therefore, his Prabeniin the 7.00 really should be going close to shedding his maiden status.
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