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It’s hard to make a compelling case for any in this novices’ claiming hurdle but GARRISON COMMANDER was third in selling company at Leicester three weeks ago when fitted with a tongue strap for the first time and a repeat of that form could well be good enough.

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AMBION HILL made a pleasing return when fourth in a big-field handicap hurdle at Exeter last time, seeing things out better than has sometimes been the case. Still seeking a first career win for Colin Tizzard, he looks the type to make a better chaser and could well make his debut over fences a winning one.

MIRANDA won this mares’ handicap hurdle last year under conditional Angus Cheleda and, while she’s giving plenty of weight away to most of these, the same partnership should take plenty of beating again after Miranda made a pleasing comeback in a listed race at Wetherby.

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SWITCH HITTER can give in-form Paul Nicholls and Bryony Frost another win after their Tingle Creek success on Saturday. The top-weight has always looked a chasing type and he duly made a winning debut over fences over this trip at Hereford last month. With more to come, he should prove too good for more established rivals.

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SON OF CAMAS looks worth chancing in a trappy four-runner contest. The Nicky Henderson gelding comes back down in trip after finishing fourth in a more competitive race at Sandown last time when appearing to take a step back in the right direction after an absence, while a 4 lb lower mark here is another plus.

Last-time-out winner CANASTERO looks the answer to an open-looking handicap hurdle for conditional jockeys. He got the better of subsequent scorer Macho Mover when returning from five months off at Stratford last time and a 3 lb rise in the weights looks manageable.

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There’s little form to go on in this bumper but Dan Skelton’s filly FANCY STUFF looks a likely type, particularly if the market speaks in her favour, as she has a very good jumping pedigree and was bought for £80,000 after winning her only start in Irish points.

12:30 – Garrison Commander
13:00 – Ambion Hill
13:30 – Miranda
14:00 – Switch Hitter
14:30 – Son Of Camas
15:00 – Canastero
15:30 – Fancy Stuff

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