• Ian Ender


Howzat Hiris makes the trip to Cartmel, where the going is currently good, for a 0-100 handicap hurdle over two miles and six furlongs, with her regular jockey Jack Hogan retaining the ride.

Howzat Hiris ran a cracker on her penultimate start at Wetherby in March when staying on over three miles on soft ground to be beaten two and three quarter lengths in to third place, but on stepping up a further three furlongs at Sedgefield on her latest start she could never land a blow behind her stable mate Balkotic. The chances are that she found the faster surface against her (the going was officially described as good) that day. Prior to those two runs she had shown ability on a soft surface in bumper company last season.

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Good luck to the connections, Sticky Wicket Racing.

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