ALARGEDRAM (Alan King)
A three-year-old son of Lope de Vega, Alargedram ran three times as a juvenile and shaped with plenty of promise the last twice, most recently at Windsor in October. Having stayed on well over a mile, he looks ready for the step up to middle-distances and should be capable of winning races this year. Given an opening mark of 72, it could be that he comes into his own in handicap company, and having been gelded since last seen, it could be that he is juvenile hurdling come the autumn, too. He was due to run at Haydock recently, but had to be withdrawn after an incident in the stalls.
DOMINO DARLING (William Haggas)
A daughter of Golden Horn (carries the same silks of Anthony Oppenheimer), Domino Darling looked a really nice prospect when winning a Doncaster maiden in late-October. Given her pedigree, it wasn’t a surprise that she handled the heavy ground that day, and she wore down the longtime leader Gold Wand (impressive recent winner) with several in behind winning subsequently and advertising the form. She could make up into a really smart middle-distance filly this season.
Domino Darling was due to make her reappearance in the Listed Adingdon Stakes at Newbury recently, but had to be pulled out due to a bad scope.
DULAS (Charles Hills)
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