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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

Thu Feb 22
Huntingdon, Sedgefield
Fri Feb 23
Exeter, Warwick
Sat Feb 24
Chepstow, Kempton, Newcastle

Cheltenham Festival 2018

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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 four meetings taking place today with jumps cards from Ludlow and Doncaster as well as all-weather flat fixtures from Newcastle and Kempton.  There are no runners from Pond House this afternoon although stable jockey Tom Scudamore has picked up a couple of outside rides at Ludlow that are not without hope.  Of yesterday's runners at Taunton I thought that It's Obvious ran a solid race on his chasing debut, finishing third.  He looks sure to be winning races sooner rather than later although he doesn't seem to have anything in hand of the handicapper.  River Dun produced a better effort too, finishing 4th in the mares' handicap hurdle, not beaten at all far.  With Cheltenham just around the corner it is good to see the stable horses running well.