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Mollana chased a four-hour rider at Hereford during Tuesday’s feature hurdle, with Robbie Dunne getting his first ride back from the ban for bullying fellow equestrian Bryony Frost.
3:55 Hereford – Dunne returns to Molliana
Neil Mulholland’s Molliana are in spectacular form – albeit in Jersey – and chasing a fourth straight win in Sky Sports Racing Mares Handicap (3:55) against six opponents at Hereford.
Most notable, however, was the jockey booking as Robbie Dunne took over Mark Quinlan on his first rides since his publicity ban expired.
Ryan Potter sent Barely Famous into the race and looked great having won last time, with the runner claiming 7lb Caoilin Quinn in the saddle.
Simply Red is a great fit for the Donald McCain team and has a chance with champion rider Brian Hughes in the saddle.
6.02 Newcastle – Great time to find a way out of the second disease
John and Thady Gosden will be looking forward to their 79-rated movie Great time finally got a high score on the sixth attempt in Follow @attheraces on Twitter Maiden Stakes (6:02)have run a good series of races so far.
Benoit De La Sayette makes that trip, with title rival apprentice Harry Davies in Charlie Appleby’s Alnilam for Godolphin.
Jean Danjou also looks to be a direct danger, after having an encouraging second in his debut, beating Brian Meehan at Goodwood last month.
6.35 Newcastle – Dance Waltz to create another success in Newcastle?
Ben Haslam is known for rejuvenating JP McManus jumpers but he works wonders with a flat feel Millionaire Waltzsixth winner at Gosforth Park in Download The At The Races Handicap App (6:35).
He is once again facing the Award Dancer, who was behind him in his last win 18 days ago, despite a 5lb swing at the weights here.
Thirteen runners lined up, but some were not late, although David Allan and Tim Easterby teamed up with Strongbowe, who finished second just two weeks ago.
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