• Ian Ender


Square Viviani goes to Bangor where he will contest the, a 0-110 handicap chase, where he will face five rivals. The current going at Bangor at the time of writing is soft, and with Square Viviani being a mudlark, any further rain will do no harm.

Square Viviani had his season cut short last year,by the lock down, he was at the top of his game at that time, having won two of his three previous starts. He returned at Uttoxeter in February after a 13 month break, and ran with great promise to finish fifth, in a race which he needed. His most recent start was at Hexham 17 days ago, where he could never get competitive, and was pulled up before the 12th. He is now back to his last winning mark of 97, and he will be partnered by the ex champion jockey Brian Hughes for the first time.

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, Ryder Sugden.

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