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Brief Ambition
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Fergal O'Brien's gelding Brief Ambition got off the mark over hurdles at Worcester (2m4f) on his penultimate outing. That was the second success of his career as he also won in a bumper at Southwell on his first start under Rules. He did not fare too badly on his handicap debut at Uttoxeter (2m4f) earlier this summer, finishing a close third. This assignment will be easier. He is the one to beat.


Dead Right
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When he scored on his seasonal reappearance at Market Rasen (2m5½f) last September, it looked as though it was going to be a good campaign for Dead Right. He has clearly had issues though as he did not feature again until the Cheltenham Festival. Neil Mulholland's chaser had a wind op following the meeting which has hopefully helped to improve his breathing. This mark of 129 is just 2lb higher than his sole success over fences. This gelding runs well fresh so now is a good time to side with him.


Henry Sellers
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Back-to-back wins at Punchestown (2m4½f) and Hexham (2m4f) means Henry Sellers goes into this race looking to complete a hat-trick. He left it late last time as he got up in the final strides by a head. The six-year-old is now stepping up in distance which should play into his favour. He must carry a 7lb penalty on this occasion, but he is at the very top of his game at the moment, so he can overcome that to keep his winning run going on the track.


Renegade Arrow
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Renegade Arrow made a belated debut at Worcester (2m) in a bumper back in July. That came following wind surgery. It was a decent opening performance as he finished third of 13 runners. As a son of Motivator, this horse is well bred and could have a bright future. He can build upon the experience of his opening run to prevail at the second attempt in this National Hunt Flat race to end the card at Perth.


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Leg 1
Rich Belief
Leg 2
Bolbec
Fresh New Dawn
Leg 3
Do No Wrong
Deputy Jones
Leg 4
Dead Right
Lord Napier
Leg 5
Henry Sellers
Leg 6
Khilwafy
Renegade Arrow

About Perth Racecourse

Perth is the northernmost racecourse in Scotland. It is a National Hunt racecourse thats hosts 16 days of racing between April and September.

The highlight of the Perth calendar occurs in August at the Summer Carnival where the £30,000 Stone of Destiny Handicap takes place. This is when Perth sees their largest audience and they really do put on a show. There are summer activities, live music and it is very difficult to see an empty seat during the event.


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