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It was another good day for the yard on Saturday when E Street Boy and Dan Breen completed an across the card double at Chepstow and Uttoxeter.  E Street Boy was completing a quick-fire hat-trick under jockey of the moment Conor O'Farrell,  having scored in facile style at Wincanton, Hereford and Chepstow within the space of six days.  I would imagine that the handicapper will take a dim view of his recent run of success and will reassess his handicap mark tomorrow.  In the meantime he has several entries this week and I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him turn out again quickly if everything is okay.

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E Street Boy completes the hat-trick at Chepstow

It was another good day for the yard on Saturday when E Street Boy and Dan Breen completed an across the card double at Chepstow and Uttoxeter.  E Street Boy was completing a quick-fire hat-trick under jockey of the moment Conor O'Farrell,  having scored in facile style at Wincanton, Hereford and Chepstow within the space of six days.  I would imagine that the handicapper will take a dim view of his recent run of success and will reassess his handicap mark tomorrow.  In the meantime he has several entries this week and I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him turn out again quickly if everything is okay.

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Dan Breen (T Scudamore) wins his second chase of the season at Uttoxeter

Tom Scudamore was successful aboard Dan Breen at Uttoxeter, and he was fully deserving of his easy eleven length victory, having been unfortunately disqualified at Sandown on his penultimate start.  Tom went on to complete a double aboard Connectivity for Dr Newland, so it is nice to know that both the horses and jockeys are in good form heading into the Grand National meeting.

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Watching the racing from Ireland yesterday, there was definitely an eye-catching performance from one that has gone straight into my notebook.  The horse in question is called Zanughan and he finished a very good third at the Curragh, running on really strongly in the final furlong.  He looks a certain future winner, perhaps when stepped up to 1m4f.