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Following our visit from Ben Newton and Edward Whitaker last week, today (Monday) is the day you can see the fruit of their labours as Pond House kicks off the annual Racing Post Stable Tour series. If you have picked up a copy, you will see that we have been busy sourcing more exciting new recruits to the National Hunt game and two of those certainly looked the part with deeply impressive debuts over the weekend. Read more...
- Friday, 24 October 2014 08:06
- Written by Chester Barnes
There are four meetings taking place this afternoon with three on the level from Doncaster, Newbury and Wolverhampton as well as a National Hunt fixture from Fakenham. As per usual the jumps card offers twice as much prize money as the all-weather card from Wolverhampton but more surprisingly, £12,000 more than Newbury which is supposed to be a Grade One flat and jumps track. The stable has one runner at Fakenham, Broadway Buffalo (pictured above) who participates in the novices' chase. A clear round of jumping is the obvious priority, although if he performs anywhere near his hurdle mark of 141 he would be very difficult to beat.