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6f 18yGood to Firm
LOCH NESS MONSTER was less than a length behind a 95-rated rival on his debut at Pontefract earlier in the month. It would be foolish to take that form literally but it does indicate that this son of War Command has plenty of ability and he is entitled to improve for the experience. Royal Big Night has already had the benefit of a couple of runs and should be in the mix, while Brandon is another to note.
LOCH NESS MONSTER showed plenty when runner-up to a useful sort at Pontefract on debut and has been found a very winnable event. Royal Big Night stepped up on debut when fourth at Ayr and can follow him home.