The rain has taken it's toll, and at Catterick on Wednesday the going is currently described as soft, heavy in places.
Our one representative is the five year old gelding Cedar Rapids, who will be making his fifth start for the yard since arriving from Ireland in the spring. Cedar Rapids ran his best race for us on soft ground back in May, and other pieces of form, when he has ran on a softer surface, suggest that he should be okay on the predicted going.
He goes to post for the 4.30.pm, which is a 0-60 handicap, over 12 furlongs, with Aiden Brookes taking the ride.
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Good luck to the connections, Barran & Hogg.