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A RARE VISIT TO HUNTINGDON.

We have one runner at Huntingdon on Thursday, where the going is currently considered good.


Carrigeen Konini makes her stable, and British debut at 4.30.pm, in the 0-100 novices handicap chase, over the extended two miles and seven furlongs, with Miss Alice Stevens having her first ride for the yard.


To date the seven year old Carrigeen Konini has raced in three bumpers, eight hurdle races, and a chase, for two different trainers in Ireland, without being able to get her head in front, with her best run being a 12 lengths third at Clonmel in January. Her dam Carrigeen Kalmia was very useful winning four times, and achieving a best official rating of 138 (Irish.) The dam has also produced two winners from four racecourse representatives, including the useful Clarendon Street. Carrigeen Konini starts out for us from a BHA mark of 95.


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Good luck to the connections, John Burnett.

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