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RORY AND ME TO MAKE SEASONAL DEBUT.

We have one runner on Friday, when our very exiting prospect Rory And Me, makes his seasonal debut, over one mile,and six and a half furlongs, at Doncaster, in the 5.05pm, Graham Lee takes the ride.


Rory And Me was bred by the Aga Khan, which guarantees, he is very well related.His dam recorded a Racing Post Rating of 107, and his half sister, Rosanara, won the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac, at two.


Rory And Me has already won two bumpers at Market Rasen,and been placed in good maiden company at Ripon, last September, form which has earned him an official mark of 74.


Since he last ran he has had wing surgery, and hopefully in the eight months since his last race, he will have spent time growing in to his large frame.

The trip should suit, and the further experience will do him good, as he sets out on what could be a very exciting career, on the flat, and over jumps.

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