• Ian Ender


We have declared two runners for Hexham on Saturday where the going at the time of writing is good.

Onenightintown is first up at, in a 0-100 handicap chase over the extended one mile and seven furlongs, with Jack Hogan back in the saddle. Despite being hampered at the second fence at Huntingdon eight days ago Onenightintown still showed enough resolution to keep on for a four lengths third. Despite being a 25 raced maiden Onenightintown has impressed with his improved attitude this year, and if he gives his all again this time, he wont be too far away.

Larry Looby has run well on his last two starts over this course and distance, just lacking the extra gear to see him take a part in the finish, he also ran at this track in between those two runs where he clearly found the two and a half miles on the short side. His mark has slipped back a further 1lb, and he will be ridden by Emma Smith-Chaston for the first time who can claim 5lb. The race is a 0-100 handicap chase over three miles at

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Good luck to the connections, The Rat Pack Racing Club, and Mr & Mrs D Lees & D Pollitt.

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