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Recall The Show
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Mick Quinn's Recall The Show was a dual C&D winner back in the spring and he looks capable of adding to that perfect record at Brighton now that he returns to the seaside late in their season. The ex-Jessica Harrington inmate won a pair of Class 5 events here in late April under Pat Cosgrave and has gone close in this grade on more than one occasion since. His latest two efforts at Newmarket are promising in the context of this race and, now within 1lb of his previous win-mark, he can oblige.

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Zain Nibras is the obvious one in this maiden. He's got a rating of 67 and the Havana Gold colt should go close, though he's had more chances than these rivals and is somewhat exposed (0-5). Preference therefore goes to Rubbeldiekatz for George Scott. The filly ran a sound fourth on debut last month at Leicester (7f, good to firm) and should come on for the run. In that case she has claims here and, factoring in Saffie Osborne's claim, she gets 10lb from the likely favourite.

Hooves Like Jagger
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Hooves Like Jagger had four lengths to spare on the field when scoring over C&D a week ago. That was a second win for him this season and it followed a number of near misses here at Brighton over the previous month. Tony Carroll's charge has a 6lb penalty to carry for that win and is racing from a career-high mark now but, kept to this low grade, he's certainly holding strong claims of going in again.

Cappananty Con
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Twice a winner on the all-weather back in January/February over 6f, Cappananty Con is 0-4 since returning to the turf after a short break in July. He's run solid races however and looks capable of striking soon. He was third over this C&D last month and, most recently, was a couple of lengths behind winner Atty's Edge at Goodwood (5f, good) in a contest where he was denied a clear run at a crucial stage. On the revised terms and with this longer trip in his favour, Cappananty Con may well reverse that form.

About Brighton Racecourse

Brighton is one of the few racecourses in the country not to feature a complete circuit, instead this left-handed, undulating horseshoe course provides a real test of stamina in the final climb to the line.

Racing has taken place at Brighton for nearly 300 years, with George IV a regular owner of runners at the course. These days, events are more modest, with August’s three-day Brighton Festival the season highlight.

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