View from the training centres: Lambourn - Progressive Fleet Street can steal headlines.
Fleet Street (2.55 Kempton, nap)
This Flat winner in Germany has produced some high-quality work at Seven Barrows since a Taunton success which has stood the test of time. Sure to be suited by this tight track and the good ground and on the upgrade.
Tom Paddington (2.20 Kempton)
Failed to fire when strongly fancied for the Tote Gold Trophy, but likely to be suited by this smaller field and merits another chance. The key to his performance is his jumping, and he has schooled proficiently
Oneway (4.00 Kempton)
Confidence on a high following a success in a similar race at Lingfield, he gives the impression there is further improvement to come. Likely to appreciate the step up in trip.
Rathbawn Prince (4.10 Warwick)
Best known as one of Ireland's regulars at the Cheltenham Festival, he shaped with plenty of promise on his first run for new connections when placed at Wincanton. This is likely to be a successful stepping stone to the Christie's Foxhunter.
Others to follow
Kempton: 1.45 Isio, 3.30 Calling Brave.
Warwick: 1.25 Merchants Friend, 3.05 Pointalism, 4.40 Captain Flinders.
Wolverhampton: 1.00 Scottish River.
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Feb 27, 2004|
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