Tuesday 6 February
Horses heading to all four points of the compass in the next few days. Tomorrow,Kaloci heads back to Fakenham for her second hurdle start. A winner there in a bumper, she went on to be third in a Listed bumper in Huntingdon over Christmas, and then won on her hurdling debut a couple of weeks ago. There are just 4 runners, and we know she acts very well around the tight track - the step up in trip should suit, and she should go very well. Ciaran rides. Molly Childers heads west to Ludlow - she is in great form, and will enjoy the slight step up in trip after running so well in Cheltenham in December. This is a tight race, but she too should run well. Josh Moore rides. On Thursday it looks busy - Pull Together was this morning entered for a maiden hurdle in Towcester - an extra fixture, and he is an intended runner - the track suits, and the drop back in trip shouldn't be a problem. Ciaran will not be able to ride, as he will be in Huntingdon to ride Theclockisticking in the Listed Sidney Banks Memorial hurdle - a nice way to get him to one of his targets at The Cheltenham Festival. TCIT is in great form. Clondaw Native will head to Doncaster for a qualifier for the Challenger series finals in Haydock - a race that Stuart won for the owner with Petethepear, so a repeat of that would be great. Friday Sneaking Budge could head south to Kempton - but he also has an entry in Warwick on Saturday, so we will see which options suits best. Camaro - now sold - has an entry in the bumper in Kempton on Friday. All these plans - but they coould all change - as the weather looks a bit hit and miss - with snow and frost in the forecast - so they may all change very quickly!!