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Glamorous Breeze
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Both Blue Moonrise and Glamorous Breeze are previous C&D winners, the former value for more than when she scored here four days ago. She does carry a significant penalty for that score and her hat-trick hopes may perish on that. Glamorous Breeze has been very consistent this summer and followed up July's win here with a solid second at Bath from this mark under regular pilot William Cox. They ought to go well again.

Almost An Angel
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The David Evans-trained Almost An Angel is 2-2 at Chepstow this season, winning over 7f in July and scoring last week over 1m. He was nothing if not determined in the finish last time and he represents a stable in rude health, with a 20 per-cent strike-rate from 30 runners of late. Gina Mangan knows him well (on board for course win here last month) and with her back in the plate now and claiming 7lb, the 3YO is effectively 1lb lower than for his win here four days ago.

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The standard set from those with experience is not high - with David Simcock's filly Rain Of Jhansi the one to beat, though she's hardly progressing currently. With that in mind, newcomer Mujtaba looks to have been found a good opening by William Haggas. The son of Dubawi belatedly debuts at three and has been gelded. His top connections have shown patience in getting him to the track and he won't need to be special to bag this.

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Hat-trick seeking Secret Potion is up 4lb for a slender Nottingham success 13 days ago and may see her winning run thwarted now. Bellevarde won at Windsor (5f, good) at the start of this month and was a touch unfortunate when close third at Nottingham next time under a 4lb penalty, getting hampered by the winner late on. She's 1lb higher now but does have Angus Villiers returning in the plate with his useful claim. Down in class, this is within reach for her.


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About Chepstow Racecourse

Racing has taken place in South Wales at a variety of venues for over 200 years, but the current course at Chepstow has only been in use since 1926. The arrival of the track’s feature race the Welsh Grand National in 1949 following the closure of nearby Caerlon thrust it further into prominence. The most recent running of the course’s seasonal highlight went to the home team, as Potters Corner, trained in Glamorgan by Christian Williams triumphed in testing conditions.

The race has previously launched the challenge of future Aintree challengers, with Earth Summit, Bindaree and Silver Birch all landing the Chepstow race, en route to Grand National glory.

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