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RED SKYE DELIGHT TO MAKE QUICK RETURN.

Red Skye Delight returns to Wolverhampton on Monday, just six days after finishing a three and three quarter lengths sixth at that venue last Tuesday.She was inconvenienced by having a high draw that day, being forced to race wide all of the way round, where as this time she is drawn against the rail in one. Providing she can break more or less on terms, she will be placed nicely to challenge at the right time.

She will be partnered for the first time by our new flat apprentice jockey Aiden Brookes, who is having only his third ride in public, having ridden Burnage Boy for us, and Carla Koala for the Gary Hamner yard, which he finished fourth on at Wolverhampton last Tuesday. The race is over seven furlongs at 4.15.pm, it is a Class 6 apprentice 0-55 handicap, with Aiden being able to claim the full 7lb.

To keep up to date with all the latest happenings at Oakwood Stables, and Sharp Hill, click on 'NEWS' at www.mickyhammondracing.


Good luck to the connections, Miss Rebecca Dennis.

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