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HIGH NOON TO MAKE HIS FIRST VISIT TO HUNTINGDON.

We have just the one runner on Tuesday when our three times winner High Noon goes to post at Huntingdon for the 2.30.pm, a 0-115 handicap chase over an extended two miles and three furlongs, with Conor O'Farrell who has already won on him twice this season retaining the ride. The trip, and the predicted going of good, are both exactly what he needs.

Back in May, June and July, High Noon was at the top of his form winning twice at Market Rasen, latterly from a 5lb lower mark than now, and placing second from a 1lb lower than now. His latest two runs in August, and September, which were both run under conditions which would have suited have seen him not reach the same level. At his best he would be more than capable of competing for the decent prize money on offer for this Class 4 event.

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Good luck to the connections Nick Pietrzyk And Partner.

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