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Devil can keep rivals in the dark to triumph at Haydock

By Chris Wilson

Published 23/09/2016

Dark Devil looks well equipped to handle the demands of today's Griffiths And Armour Handicap at Haydock.

In receipt of tons of weight, Dark Devil is a major player on the same mark of 83 off which he did so well at Carlisle, finishing fourth but beaten just three-quarters of a length.

DUNDALK: 5.20 My Good Brother, 6.00 Hunaina, 6.30 Flowerhill Nova, 7.00 Six Silver Lane, 7.30 Romantic, 8.00 All Body And Soul, 8.30 Ol' Man River, 9.00 Shake The Bucket.

HAYDOCK: 1.40 Miss Tiger Lily, 2.10 Mjjack, 2.45 Mezah, 3.20 Eartha Kitt, 3.55 Battaash, 4.30 Yangtze, 5.05 DARK DEVIL (NAP), 5.40 Loving Your Work.

NEWCASTLE: 5.45 Fillydelphia, 6.15 Kicking The Can, 6.45 Itlaaq, 7.15 Kuraka, 7.45 Russian Finale, 8.15 Fareeq, 8.45 Skadi, 9.15 Compton River.

NEWMARKET: 1.55 Promising Run, 2.30 Journey, 3.05 Fair Eva, 3.40 Amazing Maria, 4.15 No Not Again, 4.50 Mathix, 5.25 Barsanti, 5.55 Dawn Mirage.

WORCESTER: 2.20 Southfield Vic, 2.55 Upsanddowns, 3.30 Degooch, 4.05 Gentleman Moore, 4.40 Linguine, 5.15 Miss Crick, 5.50 All The Winds.

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