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Wolverhampton: Headland boost for crocked Eustace.

Byline: Will O'Hanlon

JAMES EUSTACE, still on crutches after breaking his leg before Christmas, was cheered to see Headland bounce back to form under a fine ride from Jason Tate in the seven-furlong handicap.

"It was a great

front-running ride

from Jason," said Eustace.

"These things are not easy to judge, and Jason got it just right.

"Headland has been badly handicapped for a long time, and it was starting to demoralise him being beaten so often."

Of his unfortunate injury, he added: "I'm starting to see light at the end of the tunnel."
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Feb 25, 2003
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