4:22PM – Huntingdon
JUDEX LEFOU has the chance to continue the progression displayed over fences prior to a valid excuse when pulled up as favourite at Chepstow on final start last term. The Tim Vaughan-trained seven-year-old was found to have an atrial fibrillation post-race on that occasion. His previous from over fences was excellent, with four places from four efforts, including a runner-up position at this track over 2m4f. A stiffer test of stamina could propel him to greater things this campaign and is worth supporting in a moderate affair.
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7:35PM – Newcastle
EXPERT AGENT could be leniently treated on handicap debut from an official mark of 71, judged on his third career outing in an Ascot novice event over 6f. The two-year-old shaped with plenty of promise in the early stages of that contest, showing pace, offering more than his eighth suggested. He ran behind a pair of subsequent winners that day, including the winner, Revenite, who is now rated in the 90s. A four-and-a-half-length defeat to that rival looks a fair effort in hindsight after his easy Kempton success last month.
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6:30PM – Kempton
One who may have been underestimated in the market is HUDDLETON MAC, who returns to this surface after a fair sixth in a stronger Newbury handicap. Eased 2lb in the weights, this is a drop in class for the four-year-old, who is unexposed on the all-weather. He was all the rage for a 7f handicap at this venue on reappearance, after a gelding operation, but is excused a downfield effort after a slipped saddle ended all chance. A positive draw and jockey booking aids his cause, in what is a competitive handicap, with the selection holding sound each-way appeal.
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