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Treble Maker - Haydock

We have three selections for a tasty 'treble' at todays feature meeting at Haydock

2:45 Haydock 

Maximum Eco For Biotechnology Novices' Limited Handicap Chase

PRAIRIE WOLF - 6/5

Glory And Honour has shown remarkable consistency, securing a place in the top two in his last seven chase appearances. Despite a modest 2lb increase in the handicap following his recent second-place finish at Musselburgh, he's expected to be a strong contender. However, PRAIRIE WOLF may emerge as the stronger competitor. Sue Smith's entry clinched an easy win at Catterick, following a commendable performance in a competitive Cheltenham race, and seems well-positioned to handle a 7lb weight increase. Heros is anticipated to follow closely behind the leading duo.

3:15 Haydock 

Stuart Goodwin Mares' Maiden Hurdle

LADY PRETENDER - 7/1

LADY PRETENDER receives the nod, having been a strong favorite in the wagering for her first stable/UK outing last month. Although Venetia Williams' mare didn't live up to expectations in that race, the experience, coupled with recent wind surgery, should set the stage for improvement in her second appearance. Dameofthecotswolds is notable for her reliability and looks poised to perform well, especially benefiting from a weight advantage over the older competitors. Meanwhile, Barrons Land, who faded in the latter stages over 2m4f at Musselburgh previously, may find the shorter distance more to his liking.

5:00 Haydock 

Maximum Eco For Sustainability Handicap Hurdle

NORTH PARADE - 7/2

President Scottie might be seen as a lucky winner after unexpectedly taking the lead to secure his first win at Ayr last month, yet his present handicap rating of 117 appears manageable for Nicky Richards' runner. Nonetheless, the in-form NORTH PARADE, who has been showing signs that a longer distance might lead to enhanced performance, is slightly favored to win. The nine-year-old has a slight edge. Hashtag Boum and Shantou Moon are also worthy of attention in this competition.

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