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EIGHT RUNNERS ON SATURDAY, INCLUDING TWO AT AINTREE.

A busy day with runners at two meetings, we send six to Wetherby, and two to Aintree.

Kayf Adventure will make his stable debut in the 12.20.pm at Aintree, where the going at the time of writing is good to soft. He is the winner of four of his 21 starts, for his previous trainer Philip Hobbs, when regularly contesting competitive handicap chases, he had a best BHA rating of 139, achieved in February 2018. Any extra rain will suit, but his past record suggests he will need this first run since February, to put him straight, Conor O'Farrell has his first ride for the yard.


Our other runner at Aintree is Desaray Girl, she made her debut for us at Wetherby in the Listed Bet 365 Mares Hurdle five weeks ago, when pulling far too hard, resulting in her not getting home over two miles. She steps up to two and a half miles for her handicap debut, with her mark of 129 looking fair, Joe Colliver retains the ride at 12.55.pm.

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