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Wed Jun 28
Worcester
Fri Jun 30
Cartmel
Sun Jul 02
Cartmel, Uttoxeter

Cheltenham Festival 2018

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There are five meetings taking place this afternoon with flat fixtures from Ayr, Yarmouth, Lingfield and Kempton while there is a jumps card from Southwell.  David has one runner this evening as old favourite Purple 'N Gold contests the 2m4 1/2 f handicap chase at Southwell at 6.20pm.  He wears a visor this evening and should like the prevailing good ground.  He has won from higher marks than this in the past but does have to shoulder the welter burden of 12-2.  Tom Scudamore is in the saddle.

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This afternoon there are five meetings taking place with flat cards from Newcastle, Nottingham and Brighton while there are also jumps fixtures from Hexham and Huntingdon.  Stable jockey Tom Scudamore heads to Huntingdon where he rides The Two Amigos for the Pond House team in the 8.05pm race, a 3m1f handicap hurdle.  He was a good second at Taunton over three miles on good ground on his penultimate start and while he is 3lbs higher here, a reproduction of that effort would see him go close.

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There are five meetings taking place this afternoon with flat cards from Carlisle, Redcar, Windsor and Leicester while there is also jumps action from Towcester.  David does not have any runners today although I notice that Pond House jockey David Noonan has picked up a nice outside ride aboard Taurian in the 4.30pm at Towcester.

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There are three meetings taking place this afternoon with a flat card at Ripon as well as jumps cards from Market Rasen and Stratford. David has one runner today as Stay Out Of Court contests the 3m2 1/2f handicap hurdle at Stratford at 3.50pm.  He was a faller last time out when in with every chance and if he can repeat his previous efforts he should be in with every chance this afternoon.  Stable jockey Tom Scudamore is in the saddle.

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A busy day lies ahead with no fewer than six meetings taking place.  There are flat cards from Newbury, Newmarket, Thirsk and Doncaster while there are a couple of jumps fixtures from Bangor and Uttoxeter.  David has three runners at Uttoxeter this evening; Monetaire, Abracadabra Sivola and Bambi du Noyer.  Monetaire and Abracadabra contest the three mile handicap chase at 6.35pm - Monetaire has run creditably twice at Stratford and Haydock and should go well under Tom Scudamore, while Abracadabra Sivola was a winner on his penultimate start at Taunton and is partnered by winning jockey David Noonan.  Bambi du Noyer runs in the 2m4f handicap hurdle at 8.05pm - he ran well last time when fourth at Ffos Las on his debut for the stable and if he gets this longer trip he is not without a chance.

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             Local Point to Point

Today there are six meetings, flat cards at York, Newbury, Newmarket, Newcastle and Hamilton plus a jumps card at Aintree.  David has three runners at Aintree this evening, Dell'arca, Juste Pour Nous and Max Do Brazil.  Dell'arca runs in the 6.40pm 2m4f handicap hurdle.  He won last time out at Ascot on good ground which he seems to like and a similar run should put him in the picture.  Free Stone with just 10st 2lb could be the  big danger.  Just Pour Nous runs in the 7.10pm, 2m1f novice hurdle.  He finished third on his debut hurdle run last time at Kempton.  He pulled a bit hard that day so if he settle a little better hopefully he can be in the shake up.  Max Do Brazil has decent form in France but he is yet to show that in two runs in England.  Maybe the step up in trip tonight will help.

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There are five meetings today, flat cards at York, Salisbury and Newmarket plus jumps cards at Fontwell and Perth.  Well after non-stop rain at Pond House yesterday we have some nice sunshine this morning!  The Two Amigos was a non-runner at Worcester yesterday as rain at the track changed the going to soft.  It is a hunter chase meeting at Fontwell and they have £15,000 on offer for all their races.  I still don't think it is right for professional trainers to have runners in these type of races.  David Noonan is up at Perth for one ride in the last race, a horse called Important Moment and let's hope it is!  I like the bookmakers comments at Worcester, "is there anybody out there"!  The weather was pretty bad at Worcester yesterday and so hardly anybody was going outside!  The jockey to follow at Worcester yesterday was Noel Fehily who rode a treble and he won on a 20/1 shot, it is so easy after the results!

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