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2015-16 national sponsors and rules changes

Gordon Chambers and Claire Hitch attended the Point-To-Point authority press and media day at Stratford Racecourse on the 30th October whilst the members of the PRO team paid their respects at Brian Armstrong’s memorial.

Rule changes

There have been several weight changes for the forthcoming season that jockeys, trainers and owners need to familiarise themselves with:

  • Ladies’ open races will now have penalties imposed for winners from February 1st each season
  • Mixed opens now have a base weight of 11st 7lb, and will have mandatory, cumulative penalties
  • The 7lb allowance given to five year olds will be removed from March 1st
  • Veteran horses are now aged nine and upwards from Dec 31st or 10 and upwards from Jan 1st
  • Winners of flat races or bumpers can now run in Restricted races
  • Seven year-olds can no longer run in two and a half mile young horses maidens
  • Fifty seven two and a half mile races for older horses have been introduced across the country this season

Subaru Sponsorship

There is a chance to win a Subaru Forester for a year once you have run your horse in a Subaru Restricted race. That run triggers points and the horse can then gain points for every run in which it is placed first, second or third (points for previous runs are added restrospectively). Ten points can be earned by winning a hunter chase, down to four for a maiden. Four of the qualifiers are held in the Devon & Cornwall region at the Cornwall Club, East Cornwall February meeting, Mid Devon, and Dart Vale & Haldon Harriers meetings.

The winner of the championship will be announced at the end of the season and a weekly leader board will be published on the national website http://www.pointtopoint.co.uk

The Subaru restricted series was launched last year and such was the success, the company have increased the number of races in the series which ends with a £10,000 final at Stratford on May 20.

Point to Point horse racing from Subaru UK on Instagram

TBA Sponsorship

The Thoroughbred Breeders Association has extended its Mares’ Maiden series of races to 12 and the Devon and Cornwall area will host races on January 24 at Chipley Park and on May 15 at the Dulverton West at Bratton Down.

The Wessex area has two TBA races, both at Larkhill, on December 12, and February 28.

Louise Kemble, CEO of the TBA, said:” We are looking forward to this renewed sponsorship. Our goal is to ensure we provide more opportunities for mares and a boost to the grassroots level of the sport, so we are delighted to be increasing our support from 10 to 12 races this year.”

AGA Sponsorship

Male and female riders will be competing for an Aga City60 cooker this season with points available at all 20 of the Aga ‘Grand Prix’ fixtures. The leading rider at each of the 20 meetings will qualify for the Aga Grand Prix Leading Rider Championships. A rider can win leading rider more than once, but can only count one set of points for the Aga Grand Prix Leading Rider Championship.  Points can be earned in all races on the card. First earns 10 points, second six points and third, four points. Twice in the season riders can play a ‘Joker’ at a selected fixture and double their points. There is no cash alternative to the prize.

In the Aga Ladies’ point to point series – winners and second placed horses in ALL ladies opens or mixed open races up to Sunday, Msy 9, qualify for the Aga Ladies’ Open point to point final at Stratford on May 20.

Two of the 20 fixtures in this season’s AGA Grand Prix Leading P2P Rider Championship 2015/16 are in our area at the Silverton and Dartmoor meetings, in addition there are four other qualifying meetings in neighbouring areas giving the westcountry riders a great chance of success in the championship this season.

Area is listed first, then date, fixture, course and race.

AGA will also be sponsoring a race at each of the 20 fixtures, either the ladies or mixed open race.

David ‘AGA Man’ Simpson introduces the new ladies and gentleman riders jokers for this season.

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Preview : North Cornwall Point-to-Point Wadebridge Sunday 11th January 2015

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The Kivells sponsored Men’s Open looks to be the feature race of the day, at this weekends North Cornwall Point-to-Point to be held at the Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge, Sunday Jan 11. Attracting many of the top horses and male jockey’s throughout the country, the winning horse will qualify for the £7,500 Bonhams Mens Open Final HC to be held at Cheltenham on Wednesday 29th April. Entered in this race Hameldown Tor trained by Ed Walker could be the ride for leading area male jockey Robbie Henderson. Minella Fifty from the Claire Hitch team is another entered and has been a winning combination with National Champion jockey Will Biddick aboard, but the gelding is yet to tackle this course. Kirkleigh from the Robert Chanin team is also entered, and could go well after running second here on his season debut last month, under jockey Tom Chanin. Course winners Raffa and Working Title both impressed on their previous runs and should feature if making the return trip.

After the Christmas and New Year break, this meeting promises to be full of action, and an early start time of 11.30am with eight scheduled races, attracting over 80 horses, offers a fabulous day out for all the family. The Moores of St Wenn North Cornwall Members Race heads up the day, and of the entries, Bennys Quest catches the eye, previously in training with Neil Mulholland, when winning three chases and a hurdle race, he could go well for local owner/ trainer Ryan Chapman.

The PPORA Club Members Race for novice riders is sponsored by Hops Oils, entries include the David Brace-trained Welsh raider Cock Of The Rock who looked to have needed the run at Black Forest Lodge in December when coming home fifth. Takamaru could be a ride here for young jockey David Noonan, the combination won here in December and look to be the likely favorites. Also entered is the Chloe Newman-trained Sobre Tresor, the horse is another to have a good record here when taking the Intermediate race at the March meeting under novice jockey Taylor Pook.

Cornish Mutual sponsor the Ladies Open race, in which the first three lady riders past the post will qualify for points towards the AGA iTotal Control Championship. This race could go to course specialist Byerley Bear for jockey Leanda Tickle and the Chanin team, however a new entry among his challengers is the Gerry Supple-trained Dan Breen, a previous Chase and Hurdle winner under rules and had run well at Plumpton last April on good to soft when a close third behind Fergell, he could be the one to put on a brave challenge here.

The Ray Davies Foods sponsored Restricted race is also a qualifier for the Subaru Restricted Point-to-Point series final to be held at Stratford Racecourse on Friday 29th May, of the entries, Railway Benefit was an impressive 14 length winner of his Maiden race at Black Forest Lodge in November under jockey Nick Williams, and if his connections have kept him fit , he could run well again. The Sweetener from the inform Kayley Woollacott team is another having recently won his maiden race when winning at this course.

The Stephen Scown Solicitors sponsored Open Maiden race has already been divided. In the first division Miss Weld could run well for Devon trainer Lee Glanville under daughter jockey Pippa Glanville, to follow up on their third here at the December meeting, along with According To Harry who also ran well that day under jockey Darren Edwards. Suggestions in the second division could be Sisterbrook and Briefcase.

The Confined race, which is sponsored by the Three Cornish Farriers, concludes the days event, suggestions could be Oscargo from the Sue Popham team, having previously scored in a chase and two hurdle races under rules when in training with Paul Nicholls, and Sir Watty from the Phil Rogers team, having won a restricted here last season under jockey Darren Edwards.

Track improvements have included replacing 16 tonnes of sand donated by local steward Ben Messer-Bennetts.

The course offers track side viewing, with exciting finishes up the stamina sapping hill. The large covered barn contains facilities such as hot food and refreshments, bar, bookies and trade stands. Easy access to the course which is located off A39 West of Wadebridge Postcode PL27 7JE. Entrance is £10 car and driver, £5 per passenger, children under 16 free, dogs on leads welcome.

Useful Information:

Met Office 5 day forecast: Wadebridge, 1.3 miles from PL27 7JE

BBC Travel News: Cornwall and Devon

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Sponsors recognise appeal of point-to-pointing

British point-to-pointing’s popularity is underlined by fantastic backing from a wide range of national sponsors in the season ahead.

Leading brand names are among these sponsors, including iconic car manufacturer Subaru, which is involved for the first time – its range of vehicles fits perfectly with point-to-pointing’s theme of quality sport in the countryside.

The company is backing a series of races for horses at restricted level, culminating in a hunter chase final at Stratford. Paul Tunnicliffe, managing director of I M Group (UK), parent of the Subaru brand, says: “Subaru trades on its reputation as a vehicle for people who live and work in the countryside. Our ‘Subarural life’ credentials sit very appropriately with the sport, and this association will help our dealers to integrate into local communities. We look forward to generating interest in the sport and our vehicles.”

Cheltenham racecourse will again play host to the hunter chase final of Connolly’s RED MILLS’ intermediate series of point-to-points. UK business development manager Derek Fallon says: “We are delighted to be entering our eighth year as sponsors of the intermediate series, which has become an integral part of our UK marketing campaign. It sits well alongside our hurdle series and sponsorship of the Group 1 Cheveley Park Stakes, and highlights our commitment to the UK racing industry.”

Famous oven manufacturer AGA Rangemaster Group is back for a fifth year, but with a change of format – the company is now backing a wide range of races, plus championships for owners and women riders. David Simpson, the company’s commercial business development manager, says: “It’s a perfect time to widen our net because we have a product portfolio that includes a ‘new generation’ of electric cookers, and this exciting change of direction enables us to engage with a wider audience within the sport.”

The Jockey Club is backing 19 races for maiden mares at venues around Britain. Scott Bowers, Group Director of Communications at The Jockey Club, says: “We exist for the good of British racing, and we recognise point-to-pointing is not only a fantastic sport in its own right, but also important to the grass roots of horse racing. The pyramid has to be strong.”

Mares races are also a theme for the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association, whose CEO, Louise Kemble, says: “We are looking forward to this renewed sponsorship. Our goal is to ensure we provide more opportunities for mares and a boost to the grassroots level of the sport, so we are delighted to be increasing our support from eight to ten races this year.”

Megan Nicholls, the daughter of multiple champion jumps trainer Paul Nicholls, won last year’s Dodson & Horrell PPORA novice riders’ series final, and later made the point that the series provides an opportunity for “young riders to aim at a final at the start of their career.” Sam Horrell, marketing director for the feed manufacturer, says: “I am looking forward to a new season and meeting some of our loyal customers who support and participate in the sport of point-to-pointing.”

World-renowned auction house Bonhams, specialists in fine arts and antiques, is backing 21 men’s open races, plus a hunter chase final at Cheltenham. Head of Marketing, David Johnson says: “We are delighted to broaden our sponsorship of the men’s open series to include an additional race in 2015. The championship continues to be an excellent platform for Bonhams’ nationwide network of offices, which offers local access to the flourishing international fine art market.”

A growing trend for proving young horses in point-to-points and then offering them for sale at public auction has led to auctioneers Doncaster Bloodstock Sales backing a bumper (National Hunt Flat race) for point-to-pointers at Aintree on May 15. Director Tim Kent says: “This is an exciting concept that can provide a goal for breeders, owners, point-to-point trainers and riders. Horses in Ireland often run in point-to-points ahead of a bumper opportunity and we are sure it is a model that will work well in Britain.”

In Devon and Cornwall, Exeter Racecourse are kindly continuing their Intermediate series with a hunter chase final at Exeter on Ladies’ night in the spring. Qualifiers are being held at the Black Forest Club, Tiverton Foxhounds, Weston, South Pool Harriers, East Cornwall, East Devon, Dulverton Farmers, Lamerton Spooners & West Dartmoor, and Eggesford point-to-points.

Further information

Clare Hazell – Point-to-Point Authority 01285 841920 clarehazell@p2pa.co.uk

Stevenstone entries and form

 

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 14:00 Members Race
2nd 14:35 Restricted Race
3rd 15:10 Mixed Open Race
4th 15:45 Confined Race
5th 16:20 Intermediate Race
6th 16:55 Open Maiden Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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Modbury Harriers entries and form

 

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 14:00 Open Maiden Race
2nd 14:35 Restricted Race
3rd 15:10 Ladies Open Race
4th 15:55 2m4f Open Maiden Race
5th 16:30 Mens Open Race
6th 17:05 Confined Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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REPORT: WESTERN POINT-TO-POINT AT WADEBRIDGE SATURDAY 15TH MARCH 2014

BYERLEY BEAR has an excellent record at the Royal Cornwall Showground and notched up his fifth Ladies’ Open success of the season with another efficient display of sound jumping and front running in the AGA Ladies’ Open at Wadebridge. The nine-year-old stayed on strongly to beat King of Alcatraz with Wee Fly well held in third.

“He travels so well and picked up when I asked him,” reported Leanda Tickle, whose fine Cheltenham Foxhunter ride on Made in Time on the previous day had ended in a nasty fall at the second last. Byerley Bear’s owner Roger Knowles nominated the East Cornwall at Great Trethew as the next likely target in his quest for the National Leading Horse title.

Byerley Bear’s trainer Robert Chanin has another useful pointer in his yard in Welstonedruid, and this progressive six-year-old won for the fourth time this season with Ian Chanin in the saddle in the Confined.

Described as “uncomplicated” by his trainer, Welstonedruid was making up for his uncharacteristic fall at Didmarton last time. He had to survive quite a lengthy stewards’ enquiry however for possible interference on the run-in this time. The runner up Great Gusto was gradually closing before Bryony Frost switched the challenger 100 yards from home. It was deemed that the incident did not affect the result.

Bryony Frost went one better in the first Open Maiden on her father’s seven-year-old Sangram who was confirming the promise he had shown in Irish points. “I bought him from Gerald Penfold in Ireland and he has pleased in his home work”, said Jimmy Frost.

Sangram was being strongly pressed by Robbie Henderson’s mount Madam Be when she fell at the last, but Henderson took himself to the 10 winner mark for the season in the other section of the Maiden on Fivefortyfive, who stayed on strongly to make a successful racecourse debut. .Home bred by owner Julian Selby, this six-year-old is a half brother to the same owner’s useful Harry’s Farewell. Described as, “so green,” by the jockey, the Ed Walker trained gelding could have a bright future. “He was going to run last spring but he was babyish. He would have run here before Christmas but it was too soft so we have waited until now,” remarked the owner.

The secret of finding winners at Wadebridge lies in the “horses for courses” theory. Apart from Byerley Bear (five times) and Welstonedruid (twice), the Intermediate was fought out between Sobre Tresor and Lightening Jack, both of whom had been successful on the track two months ago. Given a patient ride by novice Taylor Pook, Sobre Tresor came out on top.

Sir Watty made all the running to take the Restricted under Darren Edwards, putting a couple of disappointing runs in the mud behind him. This was a popular success for Westcountry stalwart David Rogers whose colours have been familiar in the area for over 40 years. “He is a lovely horse at home, my retirement horse. I ride him all the time, except schooling,” reported the delighted owner who confided to being “nearly eighty.”

Jamie Thomas had followed his runner up spot on Lightening Jack with another second to Sir Watty on Ratline Rosie, but had lifted his seasonal total to six when getting Bellflower Boy home in the Men’s Open. This five runner event was reduced to two as the favourite Googoobarabajagal was pulled up approaching the final ditch where Almail fell and Ben Robarts was knocked from the saddle of Pauillac. The winner was the first success of the season for Culmstock based trainer Stuart Sampson. At least Ben Robarts, who was celebrating his birthday, gained some consolation since he owns the winner.

MONEY TALKS

LIGHTENING JACK was backed from 5-2 to 6-4 favourite in the Intermediate but could not quite get on terms with SOBRE TRESOR who was receiving 5lbs. The Somerset trained winner was easy to back at 5-2 but readily made up for dislodging his young rider at Barbury and Charlton Horethorne.The Open Maiden was divided on the day with just eight runners in each section.

SANGRAM (4’s to 2’s) made a successful English debut for the Nikki Frost yard in the first division. His main rival proved to be the four-year-old MADAM BE (3’s to 13-8) who looked a big danger when falling at the last.

RESULTS

Results of the Western meeting

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PHOTOGRAPHERS

The following photographers were at the meeting: Bath Photographic (Marcus Bath), David ‘AGAman’ Simpson, Equus Prints (Stephen Wensley), presentation photos by Mike Smith and Wild Westcountry (Roy Kemp)

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Sunday 23rd March, Lamerton Point-To-Point, Kilworthy (near Tavistock).

WESTERN AT WADEBRIDGE 15 MARCH 2014 RESULTS

Going: Good, Good to Soft in places

Confined (The Green Waste Company)

1 Welstonedruid (Ian Chanin) 1-2 fav

2 Great Gusto (Bryony Frost) 6-1

3 Miracle House (Darren Edwards) 7-1

5 ran; 1/2l; 2l;  6m 19s

Trainer: Robert Chanin

Ladies’ Open (AGA)

1 Byerley Bear (Leanda Tickle) 2-5 fav

2 King of Alcatraz 11-4

3 Wee Fly (Bryony Frost) 4-1

3 ran; 4l; 15l;  6m 12s

Trainer: Robert Chanin

Intermediate (Exeter Racecourse)

1 Sobre Tresor (Taylor Pook) 5-2

2 Lightening Jack (Jamie Thomas) 6-4 fav

3 Tandori (Joshua Newman) 16-1

7 ran; 6l; 4l;  6m 15s

Trainer: Chloe Newman

Open Maiden (Savills Cornwall)

Division 1

1 Samgram (Bryony Frost) 2-1

2 Dusky (Leanda Tickle) 10-1

3 Plug in baby (Michael Heard)7-2

8 ran; 9l; 1 1/2l;  6m 34s

Trainer: Nikki Frost

Division 2

1 Fivefortyfive (Robbie Hendeerson) 5-2

2 Kilcolman Wizard (Michael Heard) 6-1

3 Indian Dancer (Darren Edwards) 12-1

8 ran; 8l; 20l;  6m 27s

Trainer: Ed Walker

Men’s Open (Mr and Mrs Peter George)

1 Bellflower Boy (Jamie Thomas) 3-1

2 For The Staff (Ian Chanin)13-8

5 ran; only two finished; 25l;  6m 11s

Trainer: Stuart Sampson

Restricted (Stimson & Tieken)

1 Sir Watty (Darren Edwards) 12-1

2 Ratline Rosie (Jamie Thomas) 3-1

3 Johny No Cash (Robbie Henderson)5-2

7 ran; 2l; 4l;  6m 19s

Trainer: Philip Rogers

Western entries and form

 

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12 noon Confined Race
2nd 12:35 Ladies Open Race
3rd 13:10 Intermediate Race
4th 13:45 Open Maiden Race
5th 14:20 Mens Open Race
6th 14:55 Restricted Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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Preview : Western Point-To-Point, Wadebridge Saturday 15 March

The Royal Cornwall Showground is the venue for the re-arranged Western Hunt meeting this Saturday March 15, with six races on the card starting with the Confined race at 12 noon. Welstonedruid from the Robert Chanin team was a course winner here in December, and went on to win at both Black Forest Lodge meetings, he was unlucky to fall at Didmarton when travelling well. The Pauling Geering-trained Searee is also a course winner here, but may need the run.

The Aga Ladies race has course specialist Byerley Bear entered, another from the Robert Chanin team, his challengers could be Lion On The Prowl trained by Alexandra Dunn, having recently been sent of favourite at Charing only to unseat his jockey at the first fence. Wee Fly is another to consider, being a course specialist, goes well for jockey Bryony Frost and is trained locally by Ross Oliver.

Exeter racecourse sponsor the Intermediate in which Lightening Jack won here in January, and could follow up on his recent win at Cothelstone for owner John Pearn. Another entry, Punter Friendly from the Ed Walker team, ran second at Didmarton earlier this month under Robbie Henderson and could find the drying ground to his liking.

The Open Maiden race is sponsored by Savills (Cornwall), and this could go to another Walker/Henderson combination in He’s A Bully, who was travelling well at Didmarton before being hampered and unseating his rider three out. Another suggestion would be the Nikki Frost-trained Sangram who has shown promise in Irish Points scoring two seconds last season.

The Mens Open is a qualifier for the Bonhams Mens Open HC final to be held at Cheltenham on Wednesday 20th April. Blazing Whale could follow up on his wins at Buckfastleigh and Chipley Park, and Googoobarabajagal won here in January for jockey Michael Heard and is already on a hat-trick of wins at this course.

The final race on the card is the Restricted race sponsored by Stimson & Tieken, in which Colley Row trained by Chris Williams won at Howick ealier this month and could repeat that form here. Ratline Rose for owner Lady Earle and trainer Kayley Woollacott will be looking to follow -up on her Maiden win here in January.

The course is located off A39 west of Wadebridge. Postcode PL27 7JE. Entry £10 car & driver, £5 per passenger, children under 16 free.

Western entries and form, 8 Feb 2014 – MEETING POSTPONED

NOTE: DUE TO WATERLOGGING THE WESTERN POINT-TO-POINT AT WADEBRIDGE, ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 2014 HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12 noon Confined Race
2nd 12:35 Ladies Open Race
3rd 13:10 Intermediate Race
4th 13:45 Open Maiden Race
5th 14:20 Mens Open Race
6th 14:55 Restricted Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt

form. The higher the rating the better the form.

No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.

Produced by Jeff Guyett of Westcountry Videos.

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