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Coachhouse Lady 'is in cracking form at home'.

8.25 Leicester

E B F / C & G Construction Solutions Fillies' Handicap (Class 4)

7f ATR Card page 39

Key stat Kevin Ryan has a 29% strike-rate with three-year-olds at Leicester and saddles Coachhouse Lady

What they say

Saeed Bin Suroor, trainer of Desert Chill

"She won her last race at Brighton, she's sound and healthy, has been in good form and has a chance."

Michael Jarvis, trainer of Elysee Palace

"Seven furlongs seems to be her trip and she'll have every chance."

James Given, trainer of La Chicaluna

"She's run really well a couple of times this year but has been unlucky to run into a couple of very progressive horses. She's run well on quick ground before and we're hopeful of a very good run."

Charlie Hills, assistant to Barry Hills, trainer of The Jostler

"She ran well last time at Newbury and the conditions should suit. She's been working well and we're expecting a decent run."

Kevin Ryan, trainer of Coachhouse Lady

"She's in cracking form at home. Her last run is immaterial to how she will run this time, although slightly softer ground would be welcome. She's looking well and we're expecting a big run."

Sylvester Kirk, trainer of Ballora

"We've been looking after her at home and she's been working well, but will probably need the run."

Paul Cole, trainer of Delta Diva

"She's fit and well now after being slow to come to hand this year. The ground should be fine and we're hopeful of a decent run."

Clive Brittain, trainer of Wusuul

"She was unlucky to not win at Salisbury two starts back because of bad traffic, and the ground was too soft at Newmarket last time. Conditions should be in her favour and we're looking for some improvement."

Marcus Hosgood, racing secretary to John Dunlop, trainer of Sayedati Elhasna

"She's had her problems but she's fit and well now, and will run her race."

Michael Bell, trainer of Loveinanelevator

"She is a course-and-distance winner, and certainly a filly in form. The ground may be a little fast but she loves the course and should run a big race."

8.30 Naas

August Bank Holiday Family Day Race

1m ATR Card page 85

Key stat Aidan O'Brien has a 32% strike-rate with three-year-olds at Naas and is represented by Mystical Lady

What they say Jessica Harrington, trainer of Double Eagle

"He hasn't run for a long time and the trip is probably a bit short for him, but we have to start him off somewhere and this looks a suitable race."

Eddie Lynam, trainer of Excelerate

"He wasn't himself for a while and he might just need the run. He has his chance, but he's a hard horse to win with."

Aidan O'Brien, trainer of Mystical Lady

"She's run well in a Group 3 and Listed race on her last two starts. She's in good form and we're hoping she runs a good race."

David Marnane, trainer of Patio

"She ran well in Dubai earlier in the year and is working well, but it will be her first run for a while. We like her, and we'd be hopeful she'll finish in the first three."

Pat Flynn, trainer of Final Flashback

"He is a nice horse but he has been off the track for a while, and will probably need the run. Having said that, he has been working well. But he looks to have it to do at these weights."

8.45 Sandown

ole Handicap (Class 4)

1m6f RUK Card page 29

Key stat Stuart Kittow has won two of the last four runnings and saddles Hawridge King

What they say

John Spearing, trainer of Rajeh

"He loves the ground and the longer distances. It was a lovely ride from Liam Jones last time and we're hoping for more of the same. He should run well."

John Jenkins, trainer of Trachonitis

"He's been very consistent and is in good order. He seems to go on any ground and we're hoping for a good run."

Stuart Kittow, trainer of Hawridge King

"He's worse off at the weights with Trachonitis, and James Millman claims only 3lb now, but he's in really good shape. A fast pace will be fine and we're hoping for a good run."

Mark Tompkins, trainer of Inchpast

"He's a course-and-distance winner and the firm ground definitely suits. Jimmy Quinn is on board and everything should go well on that front. He is working nicely at home and we're hopeful of a good showing."

Pat Murphy, trainer of Salute

"He's in terrific form and the handicapper has been kind by leaving him on the same mark. He's a course-and-distance winner, and the ground should be fine unless it's really firm."

Alan King, trainer of Simba Sun

"He's a horse coming back from injury and needed the run last time. He'll improve again for this run, and we'll just see how he goes."

Louise Armour, racing secretary to Ian Williams, trainer of Callisto Moon

"He ran very well at Newbury, and has been turned around quickly in the past to good effect. Putting on the cheekpieces could help him run even better."

John Hopkins, owner of South Hatch Stables, representing Jim Boyle, trainer of Alonso De Guzman

"He's in good order after running really well at Newmarket last time. The drop in trip should help, and the ground will be fine."

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