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n a specified time, after a plan's premium payment is due, in which the protection of the plan continues subject to actual receipt of the premium within that time.
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Days Of Grace makes more appeal from stall 19, now that she is hitting form again, but stall 16 is not much worse and Aintnecessarilyso is the best option.
In the first leg, Days Of Grace and Maron stand out, while in the concluding race on the card, Two Step and Border Glen look superior to the others by a similar clear-cut margin.
Older filly/mare: Days Of Grace (Stephen and Michelle Bayless; Les Montague Hall).
Les Montague Hall has his horses in flying form and, following the last- stride victory of his Days Of Grace in the concluding sprint handicap, the Epsom trainer said his mare would bid for a hat-trick in a classified event at Folkestone on Thursday.
The Matty Batchelor-ridden Mister Ermyn completed a double on the day for Montague Hall, who had earlier saddled Days Of Grace to win the fillies' sprint handicap at Salisbury.
Les Montague Hall was particularly pleased to win the fillies' six-furlong handicap with Days Of Grace, as owners Stephen and Michelle Bayless are locals, and they have always hoped to have a Salisbury winner.
Days Of Grace makes more appeal at 6-1, because she is in good form on the all-weather and is 10lb lower than for her Wolverhampton win last month.
DAYS OF GRACE can transfer her consistent all-weather form to turf in the Tote 'totalbet.
Of the four drawn highest today, Susan's Pride needs further and Double-O is best on softer going, so Days Of Grace and Supreme Angel are the pair to support.