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              Ideal Xmas Present!            
3 year old filly Work, an unlucky loser at
Ffos Las on hurdling debut, fit & ready to run!
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NH Fixtures & Sales Dates

Mon Jan 16
Ayr, Plumpton
Tue Jan 17
Ayr, Exeter
Wed Jan 18
Market Rasen, Newbury

Cheltenham Festival 2017

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Hitting The Crossbar

It was a big week for racing with the shock news of the proposed sale of Kempton Racecourse by the Jockey Club as part of a proposed plan to reinvigorate the sport for future generations. You can read my thoughts on that a little later. While that was going on, it was a relatively quiet week for the stable with only nine runners although they performed consistently well without quite getting their heads in front.  Read more...

There are three meetings taking place this afternoon with jumps action from Plumpton and Ayr while there is also an all-weather flat card from Wolverhampton.  It is going to be a busy day for the yard with runners at both of the National Hunt fixtures.  I will start at Plumpton where Work contests the two mile novices' hurdle at 1.25pm.  She looked the likeliest winner on her debut at Ffos Las until unseating Tom Scudamore at the penultimate flight, although she was a little disappointing last time when fourth.  She should run well with a clear round but Bastien is a short price and will take a lot of beating.  Sweettoothtommy ran well when runner-up at Taunton last time out and a similar effort would see him go close in the staying handicap chase at 3.05pm - David Noonan rides our Plumpton pair.