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Yagood
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Yagood was an imposing winner over 2m at this track last time out and the slightly shorter trip here should hold no qualms for Joseph Parr’s 5yo. He’s up another 5lb for that win, but we don’t think the handicapper has gotten hold of him just yet and this looks like a good opportunity to add a fifth success to this campaign. Those looking for something at a slightly bigger price could do far worse than Kalma. Alan King’s filly was a shade disappointing at Sandown but down in grade at a course she’s won at previously should be able to get competitive.


Motagally
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This is a hot conditions race and you could make a case for a few in here but preference is for Charlie Hills’ runner. He was a little unlucky at Beverley last time out, just getting a little short of room three furlongs out before running on well without being able to get to the admirable veteran Caspian Prince. Fourth in a Listed contest at Haydock on his start prior to that, he remains relatively unexposed at five, having only improved throughout his career. He’s versatile when it comes to the ground and will have no problem with a bit of cut.


Boudica Bay
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Eric Alston’s mare arrives here in red hot form and should be able to land the hat-trick. After winning at Haydock last time, she’s up to 62 for this race - a mark she has won off before. A winner over course and distance on her penultimate start, that form looks really strong now, with the runner-up and third both having won since. With a really strong turn of foot and a high cruising speed, she’s clearly the one they all have to beat here.


Helmora
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Michael Appleby’s filly could be worth an each-way bet making her handicap debut here. She travelled nicely on her penultimate start at Doncaster and is still learning her trade somewhat. She didn’t quite know what to do when Theodore Ladd got to work on her last time out and so we expect her to take a step forward here. 57 looks like a workable opening mark and the excellent Ray Dawson claims a further 3lb. Michael Appleby has been kind to followers this season, returning a huge +80.57 level stakes profit.


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Burning Bush
Aristobulus
Leg 2
Euraquilo
Typewriter
Leg 3
Yagood
Gentleman At Arms
Leg 4
Motagally
Leg 5
Boudica Bay
Leg 6
Helmora

About Nottingham Racecourse

Situated just north of the River Trent in Nottingham, the racecourse actually has two tracks. One of them is used during the spring and autumn, the other is used during the summer. They are not the most testing of racetracks as the bends are shallow with minimal undulations on the course. National Hunt racing used to take place here until it was put to a halt in 1996.

There are three listed races over the course of the season, as well as the Nottinghamshire Oaks for fillies and mares in early summer. Over the last few years the racecourse has hosted 27 meetings per year and an average total of prize money of £50,000 per meeting. Overlooking the Colwick Marina and River Trent, Nottingham Racecourse is very picturesque and not many walk away having had a bad day.


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