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Last Updated: August 22, 2013 2:09pm
Noble Alan: Represents Nicky Richards
Jim Goldie is looking to keep the historic £26,000 Ladbrokes Lanark Silver Bell on home soil with his recent course winner Hawdyerwheesht at Hamilton Park on Friday night.
The Tom Eaves-ridden Uplawmoor raider is one of 15 runners declared for the ancient 1m 4f race which has links back to the 12th century.
Goldie said: "He hasn't any problems with the track and he won nicely over a furlong further last month. The ground should be as well and we're expecting him to run well although it's a competitive race."
Among those in opposition to Hawdyerwheesht is 2009 Scottish Champion Hurdler Noble Alan, trained by Nicky Richards.
The Greystoke handler said: "He's never ran a bad race in his life, even on the Flat for a job he wasn't bred to do. He's in good form and enjoying himself and I can see him going well again. We've brought a couple of furlongs after he was third at Musselburgh the other day."
Tenhoo, trained by Eric Alston, has gone well at the Lanarkshire track in the past and his rider Jason Hart said: "He's been twice to the track and was second last year and a close third two runs ago. They should go a good gallop which will help me get him switched off out the back and I think he will come home strong."
Top-weight is Perennial whose in-form trainer David O'Meara also saddles War Poet.
David Barron-trained Sirvino, the winner of the 50th John Smith's Cup at York in 2009 makes his first appearance at Hamilton Park while Mark Johnston has three runners in the shape of Nimiety, Federal Blue and Special Meaning, who has won her last three races.