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Reveley doubles up at Doncaster.

EAST Cleveland trainer Keith Reveley hopes to be doubly represented in the William Hill - Download The App Handicap Hurdle at Doncaster tomorrow with Cue To Cue and Victor Hewgo.

Cue To Cue nearly upset the long odds-on Peddlers Cross at Musselburgh on her most recent start and is another good mare out of Marello, who won many big races for Reveley's mother, Mary.

Victor Hewgo won at the track in November and has been spared a run in heavy ground.

''I hope Cue To Cue runs as she's in very good form. I also want to run Victor Hewgo,'' said Reveley, from Lingdale.

''Cue To Cue ran a smashing race last time out against Peddlers Cross and I think the conditions of this race are more or less what she wants.

''Three miles on good ground and a flat track should suit her down to the ground.

''She's very well, she likes it at Doncaster having finished fourth in a Grade Two there, but it looks a very hot race.

''I'm pleased for Doncaster, as they usually provide good ground so they deserve supporting. It's a great track.'' The likes of Carruthers, Lord Wishes, The Romford Pele and Katkeau are entered at this stage.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Mar 1, 2013
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