John Gosden’s filly missed her intended seasonal reappearance at York with the ground on the soft side but she is set to take to the stage at Sandown this week
SO MI DAR and Big Orange are the headline acts for Sandown’s meeting on Thursday.
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John Gosden’s So Mi Dar tops a field of eight for the Brigadier Gerard Stakes while Michael Bell’s popular stayer Big Orange is the star name as seven go to post for the Henry II Stakes.
So Mi Dar will face competition from Henry Candy’s Chain Of Daisies, who was last seen when beating Ulysses in the Winter Hill Stakes.
Mondialiste, Red Verdon, Algometer, Steel Of Madrid, Autocratic and Baydar complete the field.
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German challenger Berghain and Ralph Beckett’s She Is No Lady, beaten favourite in the Ebor but a Listed winner in France when last seen, make up the seven-runner field.