Through The Card: Southwell, Sunday March 4

There is all-weather racing at Southwell on Sunday
There is all-weather racing at Southwell on Sunday

Timeform take you through the card at Southwell on Sunday...

"He ran up to his best when recording his third C&D win 10 days ago..."

14:15 - KINGSTREET LADY (3) was having just her second outing for Ruth Carr when a good second over C&D last month, looking a natural on fibresand, and she is expected to build on that and go one better now. Warrior's Valley is open to progress on the back of an improved handicap debut third at Lingfield last month, while the reliable Silver Penny is likely to be in the shake-up again.

14:45 - There little between KRIPKE (5) and Dawn Dancer here, both having gone close on this surface before, but slight preference is for the former, whose trainer does well at this track and perhaps has scope for more improvement. Princess Noora is an interesting newcomer, a half-sister to several winners, including one who won on this surface.

15:15 - CANFORD THOMPSON (1) has been knocking on the door (bumped into an improver at Chelmsford on Tuesday) and should be tough to beat if he can reproduce his recent efforts back on fibresand. The lightly-raced Seasearch hails from a yard with a good record here and may prove next best ahead of the returning Albert Boy.

15:50 - BEST TAMAYUZ (2) has a good record round here, and brings recent winning form to the table. He ran up to his best when recording his third C&D win 10 days ago, leading over a furlong out and staying on well, and will remain of interest from just a 2 lb higher mark. Eponina should be competitive back in handicap company, while Unnoticed is one to keep an eye on also.

16:20 - WESTERN WAY (2) has improved for the switch to staying trips on the Flat this winter, and shaped well to finish runner-up having come from further back than the winner at Kempton two weeks ago. He is narrowly fancied to come out on top in a competitive event. Leodis is low mileage for a six-year-old and feared, along with Cousin Khee.

16:55 - STREET SENSATION (10) hasn't shown much in three outings so far, but is bred to be much better than this opening mark, and could be worth chancing in first-time blinkers in a race that won't take much winning. His sire has a good record with his runners round here also. The market support for Check 'Em Tuesday on debut for Ivan Furtado last time was notable and she could build on that run, while Queen Moon may do better returned to Southwell.

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