Wolverhampton:.3.25 Littlewoods Bet Direct Conditions Stakes (1m1/2f)
Stef Liddiard, trainer of Lakota Brave and Arc El Ciel
"Lakota Brave has got every chance with a nice draw and good pilot. He has got something to find with Hail The Chief but you can't be scared of one horse. Arc El Ciel wouldn't surprise me if he proved the ratings wrong as he has 10lb to find with Lakota. He is getting better all the time having taken time to mature, and he loves Wolverhampton."
Gay Kelleway, trainer of Ephesus
"He hurt himself quite badly last time. He loves Wolverhampton and is based there. He did his first bit of work last week and probably needs the run, but it is a starting point Noun 1. starting point - earliest limiting point
terminus a quo
commencement, get-go, offset, outset, showtime, starting time, beginning, start, kickoff, first - the time at which something is supposed to begin; "they got an early start"; "she knew from the for the St Moritz race he is in on February 15."
Norma Macauley, trainer of Mi Odds
"People believe he is a mile-and-a-half horse but he has got a lot of speed, as he showed last time at Wolverhampton. He never gives in and there are plenty of races like this for him worth a lot of money."
David Barron, trainer of Countrywide coun·try·wide
adv. & adj.
Throughout a whole country; nationwide: launched a fundraising campaign countrywide; a countrywide search.
Adj. 1. Flyer
"He has a hell of a task on his hands but has to go there as the simple reason is there is nothing else to go for and there wasn't even before the handicapper hand·i·cap·per
n. Sports & Games
1. One who assigns handicaps.
2. One who predicts the winners in a horserace, especially one who publishes such predictions as a guide for bettors.
Noun 1. clobbered him 12lb for winning too well last time. Saying that, there are plenty of other horses in there suffering the same as him so we will go there and see what happens."