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Stakes win on the cards for When.

ANDREW Balding's Just When caught the eye at Windsor last week and can open his account in the Maiden Stakes at Folkestone tomorrow.

The Dalakhani colt, owned by George Strawbridge, has shown signs of greenness in his two runs to date but appeared to be getting the hang of things last time out.

He has another two furlongs to cover here, which his pedigree suggests should suit, and on paper this looks a much weaker contest.

George Baker's Piers Gaveston may be favourably treated in the Richard Flower Handicap.

He showed enough ability in three maidens at two to suggest a mark of 69 may leave some room for improvement.

Third over seven furlongs at Folkestone when last seen, this step up to nine and a half furlongs should be within his reach.

Mark Johnston's Storm Moon could do well in the British Stallion Studs E B F Novice Stakes at Southwell.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 23, 2012
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