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30.12.16 - We have a busy weekend with six runners split between Warwick tomorrow and Exeter on New Year’s Day.
At Warwick, Blue April (Matt Griffiths) runs in the Local Parking Security Novices’ Handicap Hurdle. He works beautifully at home but isn’t showing the same on the track as yet. Ellen’s Way (Nick Scholfield) goes in the LPS British Stallions Studs EBF Mares National Hunt Novices’ Hurdle where she steps up in trip after her run at Exeter two weeks ago where she was far from disgraced, finishing 14 lengths in seventh in a very competitive mares’ race. Moorlands Jack (Matt Griffiths) is in the LPS Handicap Chase. He’s won twice at the track before and is entitled to run his race.
Day of Roses (Robert Hawker), Gonnabegood (Matt Griffiths) and Rescued Glory (Liam Heard) all run in Exeter’s Passage House Inn Topsham National Hunt Novices Hurdle on Sunday. It’s a competitive race with Neon Wolf an indication of the caliber of the race. Day of Roses makes his seasonal return having run at Exeter in February when he was seventh of 8 in a novice hurdle.
Gonnabegood has his third start over hurdles and we are hoping for a confidence giving round for Rescued Glory who fell last time out at Exeter in a 2m7f handicap hurdle when travelling well at the time.
27.12.16 - Kid Kalanisi scored his first success over fences at Fontwell on Boxing Day in the Southern Cranes Access Handicap Chase. It was a super ride from Nick Scholfield who rode a patient race and delivered him after the last to win by half a length. We expect more to come now that he has opened his account over fences.
We have a busy few days coming up with plenty of entries at Taounton, Haydock Park, Warwick and Exeter.
21.12.2016 - Jack Snipe was sent off at 3-1 for the three miles two and a half furlongs novices handicap chase.
He had proved too slow over hurdles but he was well handicapped for yesterday’s race and it was a super success for his owner breeder Lucinda Tylor.
He jumped beautifully on only his second start over fences under David Noonan, staying on strongly to score an eight lengths success from Sweettoothtommy. We think there is more to come.
Our next runners will be on Boxing Day where we’ve made several entries.
At Wincaton we’ve entered Lady Longshot in the Fry's Electrical & Mechanical Mares' Novices' Hurdle and Notarfbad in the Armishaws Removals Mid Season Handicap Chase.
Fontwell runners might include Day of Roses, ANythingmayhappen, Moonlight Flyer and Tikkinthebox who are all entered in the Pertemps Network Group Novices' Hurdle. Kid Kalanisi has an entry in the Southern Cranes Access Handicap Chase and Melodic Rendezvous is entered at Leopardstown on December 29 for the Ryanair Hurdle.
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13.12.2016 - Anythingmayhappen (Nick Scholfield), who’s in the the B&J Haulage Novices’ Hurdle, made his hurdles debut at Worcester in June, and we are hoping for an improved run.
Speedalong (Nick Scholfield), is in the Jockey Club Ownership Syndicate Maiden Hurdle. He made his hurdles debut at Hereford three weeks ago finishing down the field and again, we are hoping for some improvement,
Jack Snipe is in the ROA/Racing Post Owners’ Jackpot Handicap Hurdle. He was a very close second over course and distance in October and was again runner up at Huntingdon over 3m1f for which he went up 4lb so we’re making use of Robert Hawker’s 7lb claim. We’ve swapped the headgear for cheek pieces and he’s price is a reflection of his chance in a competitive handicap.
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