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Views On The Next Lot Of Runners

Most interesting runners for the middle to the end of the week will probably be Swallow at Kelso in the 0-110 Handicap Hurdle as the form of his Doncaster race is looking solid.

Civil Unrest at Musselburgh in the 0-105 2m 4f Handicap Hurdle. We will put Nathan Moscrop up to take 7lbs off - Nathan finished 2nd on the horse at Kelso and hopefully this combination can go one better at Musselburgh. Civil Unrest needs better ground and this is his first start over 2m 4f, he is in good form and the form with Simply Ned looks interesting.

On Monday we run Open De L’Isle in the 0-120 2m1f Handicap Hurdle at Carlisle. Carlisle is probably a specialist track and he has dropped to a significantly lower mark which makes him look very attractive and he has come out of his race at Ayr well.

These represent potentially the best horses to run on the horizon. And of course possibly the most important race for us coming up is Captain Americo who has been prepped for the Eider and is in good heart.
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Guest - Shane Greene on Wednesday, 15 February 2012 19:11

Well James. I am just wondering what happened with beneficial reform falling at the 1st today? Did he come out of it okay? I look forward to your reply. Thanks.

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Well James. I am just wondering what happened with beneficial reform falling at the 1st today? Did he come out of it okay? I look forward to your reply. Thanks.

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