Image courtesy of RaceHorsePhotos.co.uk By Charlie McCann NEWBURY’S Super Saturday card must pass a precautionary inspection at 7am but […]
FRIDAY’S turf racing comes from Kempton who stage a cracking card including a fascinating 3m Handicap Chase where a chance is taken on Court Victory (4.10) who made a pleasing reappearance after a two-year absence at Warwick for Emma Lavelle.
A WONDERFUL meeting at Doncaster on Thursday and the ground, almost unbelievably, is given out as good to soft ahead of their card which opens with a match between the enigmatic Mr Mole and former Champion Hurdler Rock On Ruby (1.20) in the 2m Novice Chase.
CARLISLE are optimistic of beating the elements for Wednesday’s competitive jumps card and the meeting begins with a 2m handicap chase featuring a number of inform horses.
CONDITIONS at Market Rasen are sure to be testing for Tuesday afternoon’s jumps card and Carry On Sydney (1.20) can go one better than on debut when runner up to Nicky Henderson’s Fred Winter candidate Dawalan at Newbury.
SATURDAY’S cards from Sandown Park and Ffos Las must pass morning inspections and the former have had to abandon their races on the hurdles course and will now stage an all-chase card if Clerk of the Course Andrew Cooper gives the green light this morning.
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IT’S all systems go for the Cheltenham Festival with the main trial races now run for the jumps season’s biggest contests.
WINCANTON are optimistic of beating the rain for this afternoon’s cracking jumps card although they need to pass a 7.30 inspection.
WITH less than 50 days to go until the Cheltenham Festival, the finishing touches are gradually being put together, as trainers look to get their preparations spot on to have their elite performers in tip-top condition for the ‘Greatest Show On Turf’.
The Cheltenham Gold Cup is seen by many horse racing enthusiasts as one of the biggest events in the calendar, and it is one of the races that results in particularly high sports betting interest.
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