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On Paper a competitive Listed race however the one horse who can prove much better than this level is Domino Darling.  Strongly fancied for the Oaks by the yard this year before her season was delayed due to injury.  She returned to action in August and finished fifth to the Gosden trained Zahratty when she looked badly in need of the run.  This was on soft ground despite having been a NR due to the same going two weeks earlier, the stable badly needed to get a run into her, even on unfavoured ground.  Despite winning a maiden last year on heavy this is a Golden Horn filly who will definitely be better on decent ground so today's surface should suit perfectly.

She's been very highly regarded for a long time and now with a run behind her can show her ability by winning here before moving up in grade.  The stable regard her as a Group 1 filly so in a listed race on favoured going with a run behind her she is a confident bet at the current price of 15/2.


written by Steve Marriott


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