Horse Racing: Training centres Moon Mist fancied to go well at fair price.The North Colin Russell For the professor of history of science, see .
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Moon Mist (2.40 Kelso, nap)
Does not have the best of win records, but she goes well in testing ground Noun 1. testing ground - a region resembling a laboratory inasmuch as it offers opportunities for observation and practice and experimentation; "the new nation is a testing ground for socioeconomic theories"; "Pakistan is a laboratory for studying the use of American , is particularly well handicapped and, having shown signs of a return to form when fourth over hurdles at Hexham last time, is fancied to go well at a fair price.
Pay Attention (1.10 Kelso)
Made a successful debut over fences at Wetherby last time, has come on for that run and is expected to follow up.
Storm Prospect (1.40 Kelso)
Defied worries about the testing ground suiting him when trotting up at Ayr on his debut, and although up in grade today, is fancied to follow up.
Super Baby (3.10 Kelso)
Progressive five-year-old. Off the mark at Catterick last time and is expected to follow up on his handicap debut.
Others to follow
Huntingdon: 2.50 Sybarite Chief.
Kelso: 2.10 Mr Preacher Man, 3.40 Fearless Foursome.
Wolverhampton: 2.00 Atlantic Gamble, 3.00 Wahoo Sam, 4.00 Chookie Hamilton, 4.30 Millagros.
Newmarket Tony Elves
(4.30 Wolverhampton, nap)
Gradually finding her way and nothing wrong with her latest effort over a 1m4f at Kempton last month. The half-sister to Sendintank looks open to further improvement and Saleem Golam's 3lb claim can swing the balance in favour of the Stuart Williams-trained mare.
Sarwin (3.30 Wolverhampton)
A winner over course and distance in June and has been consistent of late. Beaten just over a length and a half when fifth over 1m2f at Kempton last month, and the Willie Musson team is in great form.
Creditable effort on his last visit to the course a fortnight fort·night
A period of 14 days; two weeks.
[Middle English fourtenight, alteration of fourtene night, fourteen nights : Old English f ago when beaten only two lengths by Beauchamp Viceroy in a competitive little four-runner affair. Brett Doyle, on the winner then, takes over on the Clive Brittain-trained colt, who could prove suited by the longer trip.
Others to follow
Wolverhampton: 1.30 Fowey, 2.00 Keshya.
Huntingdon: 2.50 Wellington Hall.
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(12.50 Huntingdon, nap)
The step back up in trip is expected to work in her favour and she can regain the winning thread.
Very patient tactics will be the order of the day as he was too keen last time, and it is hoped this will help.
Has done enough at home to suggest a big run on debut outing in this bumper.
Lambourn Rodney Masters
(4.00 Wolverhampton, nap)
Well backed on debut and duly delivered in some style, quickening up to win going away. Fancied for a successful follow-up on switch to handicap company.
One of the lesser bumper horses at Seven Barrows Seven Barrows, situated just North of Lambourn, Berkshire, England, is a site of a Bronze Age cemetery. Excavators have found that one grave alone contained the cremated remains of 100 individuals dating from 2200 BC. The site lies along the Lambourn to Kingston Lisle road. , this Bob Back gelding gelding
castrated male horse. has started at 20-1 on both starts, but he showed some promise and is capable of making an impact at this lower level.