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TWO RUNNERS AT BEVERLEY ON TUESDAY.

Two of our longest serving residents make their way to Beverley racecourse on Tuesday afternoon, both arrived at the yard back in 2015 after being purchased at the Doncaster breeze up sales.

Frankster is first up in the 4.15pm, where he takes on 10 rivals.He starts his new campaign off a very winnable mark of 55, but he has never finished closer than fourth, when coming off a long break. Add to this his preference for a bit of cut in the ground, and the trip of one mile, and two furlongs sure to test his stamina, he will have his work cut out.

Quoteline Direct gave us all a very pleasant surprise when taking so well to hurdles over the Winter, and that has rekindled his enthusiasm for racing, he is on a very handy mark for the flat, in comparison to his jump mark.He races in the 4.45pm, taking on three of the opponents he ran against over course and distance 12 days ago, when he finished an unlucky sixth, beaten three and a half lengths, after being hampered. He meets the winner Vampish on 2lb better terms, and the forth horse Majeste on the same terms.A repeat of that run will see him go very close, Graham Lee, takes both rides.


Good luck to the connections,The Cobb Family, and JFW Properties Ltd.

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