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Legal History has shown lots of ability
on the flat and an aptitude for hurdling
having finished placed in his three starts
to date, including when second to a
subsequent winner last time. 
There should be plenty more
to come and he will be winning races soon.

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NH Fixtures & Sales Dates

Sun Mar 24
Carlisle, Exeter
Mon Mar 25
Tue Mar 26
Hereford, Hexham

The Grand National 2019

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David's Update

Chester's Chat

Poker's Nap Hand

The Cheltenham Festival is over for another year and we were once again treated to an amazing spectacle full of top-class performances. We had a smaller team than in previous years with only three runners, but Eamon An Cnoic produced a cracking effort to finish a close fourth in the Brown Advisory Plate, whilst Warthog ran better than his finishing position would suggest in the four mile National Hunt Chase. I was pleased to round off the week with a winner at Uttoxeter’s Midlands National card which has been very kind to me down the years.  Read more...

       Malangen Schooling Over Hurdles

Today they are just two meetigs, both over the jumps at Carlisle and Exeter.  David has four runners at Exeter.  Malangen runs in the first race at 2.10pm a novice selling hurdle over 2m1f.  They don't have too many sellers at Exeter.  Our four year old is coming back from a break and does have some form which will put him in with a chance in this open looking race.  Eur Gone West runs in the 2.40pm, a 2m7f novice handicap hurdle.  He finished fourth last time at Taunton and he would again have each with claims with the step up in trip looking likely to help.  You Say What runs in the 3 mile handicap chase at 4.20pm.  He has not run for over 400 days and although he pulled up when last seen he seen he does have some good form prior to that which would make him competitive.  We are hoping for a nice jumping performance and a clear round and he shouldn't be too far away.  Story of Friends runs in the final race of the day, the bumper at 5.25pm.  He ran okay on his Pond House debut last time at Warwick where he just seemed to get tired in the last furlong.  He should improve for that run and go well this afternoon.  There are four first time out horses in the race so they could be anything.  Despite having chances it looks like it could be a tough day at Exeter for the Pond House team.