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   Tango Arumba Winner at Newton Abbot

Tango Arumba made a winning stable debut at Newton Abbot with David Noonan on board.  It did help that her closest rival was a bit wayward at the end of the race but she kept on galloping strongly all the way to the line and it was a nice performance.  She was very straightforward during the race, leading all the way, as she did in her Irish Point to Point.  This was a good starting point for our five year old and she will now have a summer holiday before going novice hurdling in the autumn.

Dindin also ran a much better race in the handicap chase at Newton Abbot earlier in the evening.  It was definitely his best run for us since coming over from France and was a major step in the right direction.  He made quite a bad error at the second last fence which checked his momentum and he lost all chance but he has come out of the race well this morning and hopefully he can build on this next time.

Meanwhile up at Aintree it did not quite go to plan for Free Chakarte and she finished third in the Juvenile hurdle.  I don't think she ran her race last night and was certainly not in the same form as at Hexham when winning last time.  It maybe that the race came too soon for our three year old and we will now freshen her up before running again.  Abaya Du Mathan ran a nice race in the three mile handicap chase to finish second behind the well handicapped and backed winner.  Koi Dodville looked to have every chance in his race as they turned for home before weakening up the straight while Texard made a pleasing stable debut in the two mile handicap chase.  He was still in front approaching the last but a costly error ended any chance and he finished third.  It was a likeable performance and he will definitely be winning races this summer.

In todays action, we have two runners at Worcester this evening.  Kolisi runs in the 7.30pm handicap hurdle over two miles.  He recorded a het-trick of wins at the end of last season before disappointing at Plumpton last time.  We have given him a little break since then and he is in good form at home.  There are only five runners in this race but it looks very competitive.  We hope he has a good chance but literally any of the five in it could win.  D'jango runs in the concluding race on the card, a three mile handicap hurdle.  He is looking to bounce back from a below par effort last time but the track should suit him far better today.  He does have some high class form in the book in France but is yet to show his best this side of the channel.  Tonight looks a good opportunity for him with the red hot Philip Armson in the saddle.

As you would expect, being a Saturday, there is plenty of racing action to keep us entertained today.  There is a jumps meeting at Hexham this afternoon and at Worcester this evening.  There are five meetings on the flat at Bath, Chester, Sandown, York and Leicester while in Ireland they race on the flat at Limerick and over jumps at Wexford.

Last night, Jack and I went and watched Somerset play Kent Spitfires in the Vitality Blast.  Unfortunately they did not play as well as they can and were beaten relatively easily in the end.  It was still a good evening and Somerset are in second place in the Southern League so have a good chance of going through to the next stage of the competition although there are still plenty more games to come.