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We have declared two runners at Kelso on Saturday, where the going is currently described as soft, good to soft in places.

Carrigeen Castle will make his stable, and British debut off top weight in division 1 of the 0-100 handicap, over the extended two miles and four furlongs at, where he will have the assistance of the champion jockey Brian Hughes. Carrigeen Castle is a lightly raced seven year old who has run in six Irish maiden, or handicap hurdles, and four Irish point to points, winning a point to point at Farmaclaffley on his penultimate start back in February. This will be his first start since April.

Lincoln Burrows was an 11 lengths winner on his final start last term, at Newcastle over hurdles, he now races from a 5lb higher mark. Lincoln Burrows returned to action for his chase debut at Carlisle after a six months break 23 days ago, after making a mistake at the fourth fence, he was pulled up before the sixth. He is now returned to hurdles, which will help restore his confidence. He runs in division 2 of the 0-100 handicap, over the extended two miles and four furlongs, at, with Brian Hughes on board for the first time.

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Good luck to the connections, The Cheltenham Trail, and K Jardine R Griffiths D Boyce.

Lincoln Burrows.

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