C’EST NO MOUR (2.50) has enjoyed a productive season and there could be more to come in the 1m 6f handicap at Nottingham.
The gelding has been raised 3lb for inflicting a narrow defeat on Gentleman At Arms at Bath earlier this month and the runner-up gave the form a boost when scoring in the mud at Newbury last Friday.
ISPAHAN (3.20) is fancied to land the 1m 6f novice stakes. David Simcock’s colt was pipped by Zeeband over this distance at Thirsk in September and was by no means disgraced when fourth to Prince Alex at York. Ispahan paid the penalty for a sloppy break as he could never work himself into the race until too late.
Another three-year-old, Andrew Balding’s Cadeau D’Or, is a big danger after posting a close third to Tyson Fury at Ascot at the beginning of October. Push The Tempo isn’t a bad hurdler and can do best of the older brigade.
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