Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Logan Can Mount Tough Challenge

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Logan Can Mount Tough Challenge

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MOUNT LOGAN can add a dash of quality to the final day of the Flat season at Doncaster by winning the Betfred November Handicap.

Punters face an almighty conundrum when attempting to solve this 23-runner affair, but Luca Cumani's colt could be the proverbial Group horse masquerading as a handicapper.

The son of New Approach appears to have been preserved especially for this race after he fairly dotted up over course and distance in September.

Mount Logan was the only three-year-old in the line-up, but he made short work of sharp rivals like Forgotten Hero and Bold Sniper, eventually winning by two and a quarter lengths.

Cumani's representative is 7lb higher for this assignment, but he still has the right profile for a race in which his age bracket has a fairly good record and has assistance from man-of-themoment Andrea Atzeni in the saddle.

Things finally came together for Jamaican Bolt at Doncaster last month, with Geoff Oldroyd's charge and William Buick fancied to double up in the Betfred Supporting Jack Berry House Handicap. …

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