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               Friday Night Light               
A brave winner at Newbury in January and
an excellent 2nd at Ascot on 17th February
This handsome young hurdler looks most
progressive and can go on to better things.
Holds an Imperial Cup entry and could run
at the Cheltenham Festival.
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NH Fixtures & Sales Dates

Tue Feb 20
Taunton, Wetherby
Wed Feb 21
Doncaster, Ludlow
Thu Feb 22
Huntingdon, Sedgefield

Cheltenham Festival 2018

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Entries & Recent Form

David's Update

Chester's Chat

Rathlin Roars Home

With Cheltenham now only three weeks away, I remain pleased with the form of the horses. Indeed, with three winners last week taking our tally to 26 and a whole host of other creditable performances, I am very much looking forward to getting the four biggest days on the jumps calendar underway. With most of the trials now behind us and the bulk of the preparation done, it is now more a case of keeping the horses ticking over.  Read more...

 

There are three meetings taking place this afternoon with jumps cards from Taunton and Wetherby as well as an all-weather flat card from Wolverhampton.  David has runners today at Taunton; Irish Prince, It's Obvious and River Dun.  Irish Prince contests the 2m novices' hurdle at 2.10pm - our five year old has had four starts to date and has hinted at ability, finishing fifth on his last three starts, although he would have to improve to figure here.  Meanwhile, It's Obvious makes his chasing debut in the 3.10pm race and this former Irish pointer has schooled nicely at home and could go well.  Our final runner is River Dun who runs in the 4.50pm race which is a handicap hurdle confined to mares.  She ran a cracker when second, beaten a neck on her Pond House debut but has not built on that since - a reproduction of her earlier effort would see her go close under Michael Heard.

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