Racing: Cash in on Cranshaws.
Trained by Sir Mark Prescott, the colt will appreciate the drop in grade after his slightly disappointing fifth in a hotly-contested similar event at Doncaster last month. A well-backed favourite that day on the strength of his victory at Newmarket previously, he will also relish the likely easier surface at Ayr judged on his eye-catching third on softish ground at Beverley in August.
Rasid (4.20), runner-up on all three starts, can go one better now that Ed Dunlop's horses are in better form.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 13, 2002|
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