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15:30 Chepstow More renowned for their national hunt cards but Chepstow also host the odd flat meeting. This unique course poses a handful of very individual tests for those tackling the flat and previous course form is a huge plus. With a course and distance win to his name already Munfallet fits the bill. Excuse his two runs this year and with a 100% strike rate at Chepstow he poses a serious threat. Now residing off his last winning mark and with promising amateur Kieran Shoemark taking another three pounds off the horses back he’s got everything mapped out for another good run. The rest of the field aren’t going to be pushovers with a handful of fellow course winners set to give the top weight something to think about with Cincuenta Pasos looking to slip under the bookies radar, but not ours. Of the rest of the field Vincentti may have life in the old legs and can claim a place. MUNFALLET (WIN)

17:40 Wetherby The final race on the card at Wetherby see’s ten go to post to tackle this marathon trip. It looks drastically open with far from enticing form on offer yet one at a bigger price catches the eye. Making his seasonal reappearance Aneedh returns to action on a very low handicap mark. He far from shone last term but surely has enough left in him to put up a decent effort in a race this poor. He’s placed twice out of his four seasonal reappearances and at a big price could challenge for place money under Graham Lee. Dream Serenade and With Hindsight pose obvious threats and at a bigger price Aristocracy can also go close. ANEEDH (E/W)


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