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Tue Jul 23
Southwell
Thu Jul 25
Worcester
Fri Jul 26
Uttoxeter

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There are five meetings taking place this afternoon with flat cards from Redcar, Leicester, Brighton, Southwell and Ayr.  If you are a fan of the jumps you are out of luck with nothing taking place this side of the English Channel.  Unsurprisingly, there are no runners from Pond House today and it looks as though the jockeys get a welcome day off too.

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There are six meetings today, flat cards at Redcar, Leicester, Windsor and Chelmsford City plus jumps cards at Cartmel and Huntingdon.  Tom Scu goes to Cartmel for just one ride and the one ride theory could work today for him!  The horse is called Doing Fine in the 3.20pm race and he looks to have a good chance.  David has no runners today but how many times did we hit the bar over the weekend?!  You Say What finished second at Uttoxeter as did Jacbequick.  Delface was third at Ffos Las on Saturday evening and Buster Edwards was third at Fontwell yesterday.  The horses are in good form it was just a shame we did not get a winner.

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There are three meetings taking place this afternoon and all the action is over the sticks with meetings from Fontwell, Kelso and Uttoxeter.  The stable has four runners today with two apiece at both Fontwell and Uttoxeter and there look to be a few chances too.  Buster Edwards (pictured above) contests the 3m2f handicap hurdle at Fontwell at 4.50pm and our gelding was a course and distance winner last time out.  Winning rider David Noonan is in the saddle again and whilst he will need to improve again from his revised mark, he looks to have a good chance once again.  Drama King is our other runner at the Sussex track and he was producing a better effort last time when unseating at the penultimate flight.  He has the ability to go well, although a clear round would be the immediate priority.

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There are no fewer than seven meetings taking place this afternoon with flat action from Haydock, Goodwood, York, Chester and Salisbury as well as jumps cards from Cartmel and Ffos Las.  There are two runners from Pond House today; Airton and Delface.  Airton reverts to the flat at Salisbury in the 1m6f handicap at 7.20pm having won over hurdles during last jumps season.  He resumes on a good mark too having won from 76 in the past and good apprentice jockey Finley Marsh takes 3lbs off his back.  On his best form he would have a good chance.  Meanwhile, over the sticks Delface (pictured above) also looks to have a good chance in the 2m handicap hurdle at 8.05pm.  He won at Chepstow last time out on good ground and whilst this will require a personal best from his revised mark, it doesn't look to be the deepest race with the potential improver Chapmanshype looking the one to beat.  Winning jockey Tom Scudamore is aboard once again.

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There are five meetings taking place this afternoon with flat fixtures from Goodwood, Haydock, Bath and Pontefract and a jumps card from Worcester.  There are no runners from Pond House today, although I notice that stable jockey Tom Scudamore heads to Worcester for a couple of outside rides.  The ground at Bath is officially being described as firm so I can see there being a few non-runners there.

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Story Of Friends (pictured above) maintained the good form of the yard with a ready success on his hurdling debut at Warwick yesterday afternoon.  Our former Irish point winner jumped well and won comfortably - he will certainly get further and jump fences in time and looks like another good prospect for the future.  It was also nice for Tom Scudamore to get a winner on his 37th birthday.  Our other runner, Percy Street finished fourth on his chase debut at Southwell and looks as though he needs to brush up his jumping a bit.  He has the ability to be winning over fences so I am sure David will get him to do just that.

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There are five meetings taking place this afternoon with flat cards from Ayr, Yarmouth and Kempton as well as jumps cards from Warwick and Southwell.  David has a runner at both jumps fixtures with Story Of Friends at Warwick and Percy Street at Stratford.  Story Of Friends (pictured above) makes his hurdling debut in the 2m3f maiden hurdle at Warwick at 2.20pm.  Our five year old was successful in an Irish point-to-point and showed himself to be a useful recruit when running out the decisive winner of an Exeter bumper last time.  We know he jumps and will stay this longer trip and he looks to have sound claims under Tom Scudamore.  Tom then travels to Southwell where he takes the ride aboard Percy Street in the novices' handicap chase at 5.45pm.  Our six year old is making his chase debut following a hurdles win at Wincanton last time - he has schooled well at home and is just 2lbs higher than when successful.  He is another with a good chance.  He looks like he has Jaboticaba to beat.

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