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Prize has been buried

There are just nine declared for the Queen's Prize at Kempton on Saturday.

This historic and cherished handicap is buried in the dirt. We need a survey on reintroducing the turf track.

Mark Sumner

Am I mistaken?

Just the four all-weather meetings tomorrow. I thought the Flat turf season had started. What's going on?

Alan, County Antrim

A winning trend

Well done Trends in RP Tipping. Although they said the race was between three horses (not the hotpot favourite) the move early on for Dovedale from 14-1 eventually down to 4-1 sealed it.

Graham Smith

Chasing our own tails

Paul Roy, the erstwhile BHB chairman, together with Ruth Quinn of race planning, considers the ruinous breed-destroying rubbish that is to remain in 2009 is the way forward. The result, in fact, will be a continued standstill, akin to a dog chasing its own tail.

Andrew Herrick White

More than one race

Great news that we are likely to to see Master Minded and Kauto Star at Aintree.

Joe, Doncaster

Well done Richard

Good luck to Richard Kiloran as he signs off from the Racing Post.


No shortage of work

I wonder whether the Meydan builders are already booked up for 2012. I reckon there could be plenty of work for them to get the Olympic facilities finished!

Cynical Sid, Surbiton

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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Mar 28, 2008
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