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1.30 Ascot 1965 Chase, 2m5f, Grade 2
- Stock still on the rise for patient Scottish trainer
HAVING spent his first career in stockbroking, it is no wonder trainer Nick Alexander monitors his productivity so meticulously, and it's fair to say he should be pleased with the results.
- Brechin looks a class act
- Lord Snootie not to be sniffed at for Williams
LORD SNOOTIE may turn up trumps in Saturday's Betfair 'Serial Winners' Stayers Handicap Hurdle (2.20) at Haydock.
- Ideal trip for Edwardstone under discussion after Shloer second
- Pagaille can send them packing in Betfair test
- Protektorat and Bravemansgame lock horns in Haydock thriller
Betfair Chase 3.00 Haydock, 3m Grade 1
- Impaire will be tough to Passe in Morgiana
- ALAN'S WEEK
HIGHLIGHT ... Edwardstone showing he is back to form.
- Puzzling why Cobden won't be at Haydock
DARYL JACOB replacing Harry Cobden aboard Bravemansgame in Saturday's Betfair Chase hasn't half got the tongues wagging.
- Edwardstone could go up in trip this season
IT HAS been yet another cracking Flat season for Racing Post Weekender jumps columnist Alan King....
- All bases covered as huge team sets sail for Cotswolds
THE traditional Britain v Ireland contest at the Cheltenham Festival has been extremely one-sided of late with the visitors bagging the majority of wins. However, such is the dominance of Willie Mullins' yard some might say it would be better to bill the week as Closutton against the rest....
- After slowish start Lambourn ace has engaged top gear
IT WAS a slower start than usual this season for Clive Cox's Lambourn team but now they have found top gear they have been banging in winners from all angles....
- Bumper stars from last season already paying their way in novice hurdles
DON'T say he didn't tell you. Those who paid attention to Racing Post Weekender columnist Alan King's words should already be up this season....
- Sprinter for the ages who provided perfect tonic after tragic loss
- Knight leads ace team of juveniles for resurgent yard
FOR Milton Harris, his current success is testament to his neversay-die attitude, having dug himself out of bankruptcy over the past decade. The 62-year-old always believed in himself and is enjoying the most successful part of his career....
- Native Trail to cement his place at head of Guineas market
Wednesday Ameynah 1.15 Newmarket, 7f maiden Ameynah made a solid start to her career when second in a course-and-distance maiden on her sole start last year and can go one better on her reappearance....
- UNFASHIONABLE BUT BRILLIANT
- Commanche heads strong Ayr raiding party
THE Master of Denton Hall Farm has over the years earned himself the tag of a master of the sprint handicapper. This season Michael Dods has enhanced his reputation in that department with the likes of Commanche Falls, who won the Stewards' Cup for a second successive season along with a host of...
- Good is a risk worth taking in his quest for Friday win
Wednesday Time Flies By 1.47 Fontwell, 2m3f maiden hurdle Time Flies By has yet to strike in six attempts over hurdles, but this looks a decent opportunity to gain that first elusive success over timber....