Wind operation can help Pipe-trained Dauphine Ereine return to winning ways
North: Richard Young
Grand Morning(1.30 Carlisle, nap)
Progressive hurdler and half-brother to Grade 1 winning chaser Edwulf. Every inch a chaser on looks and on a decent mark for reappearance and debut over fences. The forecast rain will suit and is fancied to go well on first run since having a wind op.Others to follow
Carlisle 1.00 Northern Soul, 2.05 Take A Break, 2.40 Cooking Fat, 3.10 Crixus's Escape, 3.45 Saint Leo, 4.15 Alright Sunshine.
Huntingdon 1.45 Allnite, 3.25 Real Warrior, 3.55 Strong Resemblance.
Lambourn: James Burn
Thomas Campbell(3.25 Huntingdon, nap)
A 'Dennis The Menace' character at Seven Barrows, this six-year-old developed into a useful staying hurdler last season and ought to be hard to beat on the pick of his form. He's schooled well at home.Others to follow
Carlisle 1.00 Glen Forsa, 1.30 Jammin Masters, 3.10 Petticoat Tails, 3.45 Mister Whitaker.
Huntingdon 2.20 Full Bore, 3.55 Stonemadforspeed.
West Country:Andrew King
Dauphine Ereine(2.40 Carlisle, nap)
Wouldn't mind some more rain and she can make a winning return after undergoing wind surgery over the summer.Others to follow
Carlisle 1.30 Risk And Roll, 3.45 Cyrname.
Huntingdon 1.10 Excellent Team, 2.50 Exmoor Mist.
Racing Post Ratings:Steve Mason
Full Bore(2.20 Huntingdon, nap)
Bangor winner who has since run well behind a promising sort at Warwick. Sets a decent standard and should improve for this longer trip.
Topspeed: Dave Edwards
Created a favourable impression on his hurdling bow at Punchestown last month and may put more experienced rivals in the shade.
Longshot: Olly Eden
Bahama Moon(2.05 Carlisle)
Displayed only minor promise in maiden hurdles since joining this yard but was fairly useful on the Flat and now makes his handicap debut off a potentially lenient mark. The promising Jonjo O'Neill Jr takes off a valuable 5lb and he has won after a long absence in the past.
Ireland: Tony O'Hehir
Third in this race a year ago, the Ger Lyons-trained five-year-old can land the Finale Stakes and secure a first win in over a year. He performed well on his most recent start when fourth in the Ebor Handicap in August.>>There are no tips from Newmarket on Sunday
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Stuccodorhas figures of 1511U when running in Class 5 races over jumps (+£37.00 to £1 level stakes), while he is 0-20 in higher grades. The nine-year-old, who is 2-3 at Huntingdon, goes in the claiming hurdle at 1.10.
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