• Ian Ender


Stormin Norman made the 300 mile round trip to Musselburgh today worthwhile when winning at 4/1, under a faultless ride from Graham Lee.

Since going handicapping Stormin Norman has won three times, and been placed third on the other two occasions, showing that most precious thing you could hope for in a racehorse, a willing attitude.With there only being a length, and a quarter separating the first three, the handicapper can't go mad, so I can't see him being raised by anymore than 3lb. This was his first race in over nine months, so it would be reasonable to expect him to progress further.

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