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AD a good week with the column last week, backing Goldolphin&rsquo;s Sand Vixen to win the Flying Childers and laying Luca Cumani&rsquo;s Seta in the May Hill. Seta is definitely very promising and it was encouraging to hear Kieren Fallon&rsquo;s positive noises for the future after the race, but it showed again that wide margin maiden victories can often be deceiving.<br /><br />Kieren has come back with a bang and his ride on <strong>STRIKE THE DEAL</strong> at Donny last week was out of the very top drawer. Jeremy Noseda&rsquo;s four-year-old turns out again in the Group 3 Dubai Duty Free World Trophy at Newbury tomorrow (3.25pm) and with the yard bang in form, he can make it two from two under Fallon.<br /><br />Richard Hughes makes his long awaited comeback from suspension at the Berkshire venue tomorrow and he can get off the mark at the first attempt with Richard Hannon&rsquo;s <strong>LA PANTERA</strong> (1.50pm). She won her maiden impressively at Goodwood in May and her stable always target this meeting.<br /><br />For those of you who cannot wait until tomorrow, King Kieren can win again with <strong>AUDACITY OF HOPE</strong> at Newmarket (3.05pm) this afternoon. Nothing really went right for him at Doncaster, but he still won going away and should be too good for this bunch. <br /><br />I am also looking forward to tonight&rsquo;s City AM free roll and collecting the $500. See you at 8.00 pm at, password cityam.