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MICK MAKES HIS HANDICAP DEBUT.

We have one runner tomorrow when our three year old gelding Mick makes the journey to Wolverhampton for the one mile, one and a half furlong handicap, Graham Lee who has ridden him on two of his three previous starts takes the ride.

The race is full of lightly raced three year old's with several also making their handicap debut, so with many expecting to step up on what they have shown so far, it is hard to predict the outcome. Mick appears to have been given a fair rating on what he has shown so far, but he has been drawn the widest in stall nine, so he will have to work a little harder, so as not to have to race wide the whole way round.


Good luck to the connections, The Faiseur De Miracle Partnership.


Our next runners are on Tuesday at Cheltenham, Sedgefield, and Newcastle, I shall deal with them in detail tomorrow.


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