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Horse Racing: Ffos Las Preview

Welsh trainer Evan Williams does not have many entries in flat racing, but The Tiger Tank will run for him over six furlongs on Wednesday evening at Ffos Las.

Tiger Tank has shown modest form in bumpers so far and will be rank outsider in the Ascona Enterprise Maiden Stakes at 7.20pm.

Last time out, the three-year-old finished fifth at Market Rasen and is not expected to trouble favourites Violets Star and Tuki Tuki.

Monty Be Quick could also show a return to form after disappointing in a recent run at Kempton.

Per Contra leads a group of five two-year-olds in the Ascona Machynlleth / EBF Restricted Novice Stakes at 6.20pm

The colt, trained by Ollie Sangster, made a remarkable impression in his debut race at Chepstow last month, securing a victory.

With a 7lb penalty, he is expected to perform well again and potentially secure another win.

Chiefman, trained by Archie Watson, was the favorite at 5/4 during his debut race at Wolverhampton in June. However, he was not the chief that day and finished fifth by a considerable margin.

Transitioning to turf, Chiefman will need to show substantial improvement to be competitive.

Overnight Oats won by just half a length from Ben Hamrash at Sandown three weeks ago and it could be just as tight again in the 6.50pm.

Starproof looks the one to beat in the 7.50pm Ascona Green Garage Handicap after a recent win at Lingfield.

But Margaret’s Fuchsia could also threaten after winning last time out at Ffos Las in July when making all the running on heavy ground.

Young Welsh jockey Harry Davies supplies the local interest in the final race of the day at 8.20pm, when he rides firm favourite Natacata.

Davies is the son of former champions apprentice jockey, Stephen Davies, who died earlier this year.

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