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Racing: It's Time for a flutter.

A RETURN to hold-up tactics should see Beat Time (3.00) back in the winner's enclosure at Lingfield today.

The filly, trained by in-form Willie Haggas, was produced late to make a winning debut at Pontefract in April. She looked set to follow up at Brighton a month ago, but hit the front too soon and was worn down close home, eventually finishing third. Seb Sanders, who rides her for the first time, can be relied on to keep her powder dry until it matters.

Tactful Remark (2.50) is fancied to make a winning debut over hurdles for the all-conquering Martin Pipe-Tony McCoy team at Worcester.

- GARY NUTTING
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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 9, 2002
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