Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

I'VE SEEN THE LIGHT; Appleby's Filly Will Make Bookies Blush in HQ Group 3 Danz the Man for Dash Cash

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

I'VE SEEN THE LIGHT; Appleby's Filly Will Make Bookies Blush in HQ Group 3 Danz the Man for Dash Cash

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Byline: garry owen

LIGHT BLUSH (3.45) can shine for Team Godolphin in the Sweet Solera Stakes at Newmarket.

Charlie Appleby's filly cost The Boys In Blue a pretty penny at the sales and handled the July Course well when cosily defeating Craylands on debut here last month.

That impressive effort prompted connections to target Listed company at Sandown and the juvenile ran another stormer when second to the tough Walk In Marrakesh.

The daughter of Kodiac will have learned plenty that day and she can take this promotion to Group 3 level in her stride.

CLUB WEXFORD (1.55) is a logical selection in the Vulcan Village Handicap at Haydock.

Roger Fell's gelding is better than ever at eight, winning three times then going down by just a neck to Humble Gratitude at Chester seven days ago. The veteran remains welltreated thanks to old ally Ben Sanderson's 5lb claim and he can bag this lucrative prize from a cracking draw in Stall 1. FELICIANA DE VEGA (2.30) can pick up exactly where she left off in the Dick Hern Stakes.

Impressive on debut at Newmarket in November, Ralph Beckett's filly built on that when slamming Ours Puissant in a Deauville Listed event.

The daughter of Lope De Vega has the scope to be even better at three and can stay unbeaten having gone well fresh in the past.

RAISE YOU (3.05) rates a value bet against his elders in the Rose Of Lancaster Stakes.

Andrew Balding's colt oozed class when bolting up in a Newmarket Listed event before finding the French Derby too much, too soon when only 10th at Chantilly.

However, the lightly-raced three-year-old retains plenty of potential and can get his career back on track in this Group 3.

Love it or hate it, it's Shergar Cup Day at Ascot where DANZENO (1.05) can take the Dash for Michael Appleby.

The veteran sprinter is in the form of his life, finishing third in the red-hot Wokingham here before comfortably beating Enjazaat at Haydock last time. …

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