November Handicap Relocated to Newcastle

Charlie Appleby (right) sends Local Dynasty to contest the relocated Virgin Bet November Handicap on the all-weather course Sarah Andrew

The Virgin Bet November H., originally to be run at Doncaster but abandoned due to a waterlogged track, will now be run at Newcastle and has attracted 34 entries headlined by Charlie Appleby trainee SW Local Dynasty (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}), who was gelded since his last run in July, and George Boughey charge Mr Alan (GB) (Ulysses {Ire}).

Fresh off his Breeders' Cup success, Michael Appleby enters a pair–In The Breeze (Ire) (Harzand {Ire}) and Sonnerie Power (Fr) (Almanzor {Fr})–and William Haggas, who won this handicap 10 years ago with Conduct (Ire) (Selkirk), has a sole entry in Laafi (Fr) (Cloth of Stars {Ire}). The listed will be contested at 1m 4 1/2f over the all-weather course.

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