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 blot on the handicap on her return to hurdling at Folkestone today. Alan King's mare mare

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 has gone up in the region of 20lb on the Flat this year and need only transfer a fraction of that improvement to her jumping game to win this in style. Unfortunately, she is trading at a shade of odds-on. Better value bets on the card are Aimigayle and Alfred's Tower.

The front-running Aimigayle (1.40) was collared two from home by Katess on her chasing debut at Fontwell, but there was no disgrace DISGRACE. Ignominy, shame, dishonor. No witness is required to disgrace himself. 13 How. St. Tr. 17, 334; 16 How. St. Tr. 161. Vide Crimination; To Degrade.  in that defeat and she finished miles clear of the rest. She should be suited by this right-hand track.

Alfred's Tower (2.40) won on his first start for Paul Nicholls Paul Nicholls (born Paul Greenhalgh on 12 April 1979) is an English actor. His earliest role was in the BBC drama Earthfasts, but it was his character of Joe Wicks in EastEnders, which he played from 1996 to 1997, that first brought him fame.  at Towcester and it will be a surprise if there is not further improvement in this lightly-raced six-year-old. He has not run since May, but that isn't a problem where the Nicholls horses are concerned and the champion trainer has had this race in mind for Alfred's Tower for some time.

Tim Vaughan has won with two of his three runners at Fakenham so far, and the trainer can hit the target again with Little Shilling SHILLING, Eng. law. The name of an English coin, of the value of one twentieth part of a pound. In the United States, while they were colonies, there were coins of this denomination, but they greatly varied in their value.  (1.00) in today's selling handicap hurdle HURDLE, Eng. law. A species of sledge, used to draw traitors to execution. . Vaughan landed a similar race at the last meeting here with the well-backed North Walk, who was having his first run for the stable, and Little Shilling makes his debut for Vaughan today. The six-year-old is well treated here on the pick of his hurdles form.

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