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Classic Seniority will be out to continue his outstanding form in the Crispy Cod Knowsley Road Handicap at Haydock tomorrow (stock photo)

Classic Seniority will be out to continue his outstanding form in the Crispy Cod Knowsley Road Handicap at Haydock tomorrow (stock photo)

Classic Seniority will be out to continue his outstanding form in the Crispy Cod Knowsley Road Handicap at Haydock tomorrow (stock photo)

Classic Seniority can defy his rising rating and bring up a hat-trick in the Crispy Cod Knowsley Road Handicap at Haydock tomorrow.

The four-year-old has seen plenty of racing with 37 outings so far and, with eight wins on his record, Classic Seniority is far from a back-number, now sitting on a career-high rating of 90.

His recent victory in the Bronze Cup at Ayr showed just what he is capable of as he repelled all challengers.

That win supplemented his previous verdict over seven furlongs at Chester.

Classic Seniority is in the form of his life so make hay.

DOWNPATRICK: 2.20 Cyril, 2.55 Shek O Lad, 3.30 Loughaderra Prince, 4.05 Orchard Road, 4.40 Pershing, 5.10 Capture The Drama, 5.40 Wood Emery.

DUNDALK: 6.05 Khudha, 6.35 Camiyra, 7.05 Black Agnes, 7.35 Madroos, 8.05 War Room, 8.35 Elusive Heights, 9.05 Reddot Dancer.

FAKENHAM: 2.05 Courtesy Call, 2.40 Osgood, 3.15 Its'afreebee, 3.50 Barkis, 4.25 Keltus, 5.00 Cosmic Statesman.

HAYDOCK: 1.30 Coral Sea, 2.00 Classical Times, 2.35 CLASSIC SENIORITY (NAP), 3.10 Raising Sand, 3.45 Weekender, 4.20 Nathan Mayer, 4.55 Cool Climate, 5.30 Withhold.

NEWCASTLE: 5.50 High Command, 6.20 Tamayef, 6.50 Newspeak, 7.20 Manatee Bay, 7.50 Yosemite, 8.20 Paper Faces, 8.50 Right Rebel, 9.20 Scarpach.

REDCAR: 1.45 Dal Riata, 2.15 Chevalier Du Lac, 2.50 Khamaary, 3.25 Harry Champion, 4.00 Gun Case, 4.35 Reflation, 5.05 Gabrielle, 5.35 The Excel Queen.

WINCANTON: 1.50 Wolftrap, 2.25 Peter The Mayo Man, 3.00 Gentleman Jon, 3.35 Prettylittlething, 4.10 Badger Run, 4.45 Barkis.

Belfast Telegraph