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      Winner Of Only Start!      

First Lord de Cuet was the resolute
winner of his only start in an Irish
point-to-point. Has loads of potential
and looks a very smart prospect.

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NH Fixtures & Sales Dates

Sat Nov 17
Cheltenham, Uttoxeter, Wetherby
Sun Nov 18
Cheltenham, Fontwell
Sun Nov 18
Goffs November Sale

Entries & Recent Form

David's Update

Chester's Chat

Excitement Mounting

While the downpours of last week may not be to everyone’s taste, it is certainly welcome news for all fans of the jumps. With the ease in the going, there were more runners from the Pond House team than in recent weeks and I was pleased to be among the winners with the successes of Aldrin and Remastered, while there were a whole host of other good performances. This is the time of year when we traditionally get into top gear and with the Cheltenham Open fixture taking place this weekend; I am very pleased with the form of the stable.  Read more...


    King's Socks (nearside) Runs Today

There are five meetings today with the feature at Cheltenham and also racing at Uttoxeter and Wetherby over jumps and flat cards at Lingfield and Wolverhampton.  David has five runners at Cheltenham and one at Uttoxeter.  Daklondike is the first runner of the day in the 1.50pm at Cheltenham, a 3m3f handicap chase.  This is a very competitve race and Daklondike is having his first run of the season.  He has won two of his last three starts and pulled up at Punchetown on his last start after making a bad mistake when just moving into contention.  He would probably have preferred a bit more rain and he is a big price in the Racing Post.  He has small each way claims with Tom Scu in the saddle.  King's Socks runs in the big race of the day, the 2.25pm Betvictor Gold Cup.  He only carries 10st 4lb and he ran a very good race at the Festival back in March.  He has high class French form, he is in good form at home and we are hopeful of a good run.  Eamon An Cnoic also runs in this race and although a big price he would not be without an each way chance.  He ran a great race at the Festival before he did not last out the 3m1f trip and a similar run would see him be competitive this afternoon with David Noonan on board.

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