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Monday, 22 October, 2018

Well-regarded filly Little Legs fancied to put up big effort at York

York is one of three tracks racing in Britain and Ireland racing on Sunday
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North:Colin Russell

Little Legs(4.30 York, nap)

Well-regarded filly who ran a fine first race after a wind operation when fourth in a Listed contestat the course last time. Raced away from the main action that day so is better than the bare form and with Saturday's rain in her favour, is fancied to fare even better this time.

Others to follow
York 1.50 Twin Appeal, 2.20 Addis Ababa, 2.55 Justanotherbottle, 3.25 Sapa Inca, 4.00 Dalshand, 5.00 Captain Jameson.

Lambourn: James Burn

Chaparral Prince(2.30 Fontwell, nap)

Ex-Charlie Hills inmate has moved up the road to Nicky Henderson's for a jumping career, which was always likely to be his bag– he was even schooled as a two-year-old last term. Showed some promise on the Flat and should be involved.

Others to follow
York1.50 Outrage, 2.20 Rhosneigr, 2.55 Limato, 4.30 Mutawaffer.
Fontwell 2.00 Lady Markby, 4.40 Cahill, 5.10 Winter Holiday.

West Country:Andrew King

Novis Adventus(3.35 Fontwell, nap)

Came good in style at Worcester last weekend and connections hopeful he can follow up under a penalty.

Others to follow
Fontwell 2.30 Mutanaqel, 4.10 Hawridge Glory.

Racing Post Ratings: Sam Walker

Twin Appeal(1.50 York)

Found a bit of form on first start for new yard to finish close fifth at Thirsk last time. Entitled to build on that and on a workable mark if he has turned the corner.

Topspeed: Dave Edwards

Roddy(2.20 York)

Has shown promise on more than one occasion and deserves to break his duck at the seventh time of asking.

Longshot:Sam King

Wootton(3.15 Longchamp)

Can go well in a competitive looking Prix du Moulin returning to a much more suitable trip with improvement to come.

Ireland:Tony O'Hehir

Macgiloney(3.15 Listowel)

A dual bumper winner and placed on two of his four previous attempts over hurdles, the son of Milan should appreciate stepping up to three miles for the first time and gets the vote to score for trainer/rider Denis Hogan.

The Raceform Interactive nugget

Henry Candy'sLimato is 3-3 when racing in Listed company, all over 6f, so he picks himself in the 2.55 at York.

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Entitled to build on that and on a workable mark if he has turned the corner
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