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Duke Liam 12.30 Southwell SP forecast Evs Shown enough ability in three starts to suggest he can pick up a weak maiden like this and an encouraging second, when still showing a hint of greenness, over course and distance six days ago has dispelled doubts about him handling Fibresand. The David Nicholls stable is going well (four winners in the last 14 days) and he will be partnered by Adrian Nicholls, who has a 21 per cent strikerate at the course in the past five seasons. Conclusion Seemed to improve for a switch to this surface and should take all the beating.

Royal Charm 1.50 Exeter SP forecast 4-6 It is had to believe this smart second-season chaser will be found a more suitable opening than this graduation chase as he meets his three opponents on much better terms than if this were a handicap. He is 4-4 at the course and with figures in Britain of 113 on going described as soft or heavy, should relish the testing surface. If there is a chink in his armour it could be his jumping as he fell at the fourth-last (going well at the time) on his seasonal reappearance at Sandown. Conclusion Should preserve his unbeaten course record with a clear round. Banker.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Dec 15, 2011
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