Newmarket (Rowley) - Good to Firm
Newton Abbot - Soft (Heavy in places)
Wolverhampton - Standard
York - Good
Downpatrick - Good
Dundalk - Standard
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Free Race Pass:
Today's free race pass is the Group 1 bet365 Fillies' Mile at Newmarket. Timeform's highest rated 2-year-old filly, Pretty Pollyanna (132) sets the standard on Timeform's weight-adjusted ratings, which bodes well with the average Timeform rating required to land the race over the past 5 years (128). However, the Michael Bell-trained filly does have stamina to prove over today's distance, having only raced over 6 furlongs in her 5 career starts to date.
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Newton Abbot 14:15 - Benatar 15/8 (from 3/1)
York 16:25 - Holmeswood 4/1 (from 5/1)
Newmarket 17:20 - Heritage 4/1 (from 11/2)
Wolverhampton 20:45 - Mirbat 11/4 (from 10/3)
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5:55 - FOUR WHITE SOCKS
2:15 - ONE FOR BILLY
3:25 - LOUGH DERG SPIRIT
4:00 - INCLUDED
4:35 - ANGE DES MALBERAUX
5:10 - ENRILO, WINNINGSEVERYTHING
6:15 - CAPLA GILDA
6:45 - NAUTICAL HEAVEN
8:15 - BLACK SALT
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Published at 9:15 am.