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27.11.2016 - What a star Unison has been making all to win the 2m 1/2f handicap hurdle at Doncaster yesterday under a cracking ride from Matt Griffiths.
It was an excellent fron running performance with Matt stealing six lengths on his rivals at the start and never looking in any danger. He coasted home to a one and a quarters of a lengths success to win easily.
He's now won three of his last four starts over hurdles, as well as twice on the Flat.
Melodic Rendezvous was in the form of his life at Haydock Park on Saturday where he finished two and a quarters of a length in second to Ch 'tibello in the Betfair Price Rush Hurde.
He was full of himself in front in first time blinkers and loved the conditions. He's now taken his earnings to over £260,000.
We were a shade disappointed with Luncinda Tylor's home bred Jack Snipe, out of the good point-to-point mare Sea Snipe, at Huntingdon. He'd started the 3-1 favourite in the 3m1f handicap hurdle, and his price reflected his chance, but he was beaten half a length by Tommy The Rascal.
Midnight Flyer (Ludlow) and Decimus (Kempton) both run today and at Hereford on Wednesday we have entered Speedalong, Rescued Glory and Popping Along.
Melodic Rendezvous at Haydock Park
16.11.2016 - Ellens Way runs in the 2m5f Thoroughbred Breeders Association Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle at Warwick today. She’s had couple of placed runs in Irish point-to-points and has schooled well at home, but we will know more after today’s race.
At Wincanton tomorrow we’ve made three entries. Tikkinthebox is entered in the 2m Wincanton Interactive 3-Y-O and Upwards Maiden Hurdle where he’s coming back in trip on better ground. He had his first start over hurdles at Chepstow in October he ran very green on soft ground. He will have learned from that.
Island Rendezvous is entered in the Lenny Roberts Memorial Trophy Novices’ Hurdle and he’s making his hurdles debut too.
Melodic Rendezvous has multiple entries - Ascot’s Canaccord Genuity Handicap Hurdle on Friday and on Saturday at Haydock he’s entered in the Betfair Price Rush Hurdle and the Better Odds With Betfair Exchange Handicap Hurdle. It very much depends on what rain comes through and I suspect that it might be too quick for him at Haydock. I think if the ground is soft our most likely choice will be Ascot.
We’ve also entered our recent Exeter winner Unison in same race. He would have carried a 7lb penalty but as he’s gone up 3lb he we won’t run.
Moorlands Jack is entered up at Huntington where there’s a nice race - the Thrift Energy "Energy Savings And More" Handicap – but he wouldn’t want too much rain.
We were very pleased with all our runners at Exeter except poor old Moorlands George who struck into himself. He is back home and we are very hopeful he will make a full but at this stage we are unsure if he will race again The main thing is that he is here being cared for. He’s a lovely horse in every way, adored by one and all, and we just hope the injury doesn’t get an infection.
Gonnabegood ran will in his bumper to finish third and he is very much a chaser in the making. Unison rattled up an easy win in the 2m1f handicap hurdle and has gone up another 3lbs and Lady Longshot ran very well on her hurdles debut.
10.11.2016 - Unison took his record to five wins from ten starts, flat and hurdles, at Exeter yesterday where he easily won the Rugby Betting @188Bet Handicap Hurdle. He always travelled well under Matt griffiths, and although the race cut up, he won easily. He's been given an entry for the Canaccord Genuity Handicap Hurdle at Ascot on Friday.
Thank you to Exeter Racecourse for the wonderful hamper we received - full of delicious Devon goodies.
Unison at Exeter following his win