COVERHAM and GLENDUN both return to the track at Kempton tomorrow evening fresh from a winter break. Kempton seems a good place to start COVERHAM's 2020 campaign as he is a multiple winner over this distance there. He is running in a 0-80 handicap which is a class above his normal level but he seems in excellent form at home. He has wintered very well and although he will undoubtedly improve for the run he should run a decent race. It will be nice to see him back on the track at his favourite course.
GLENDUN has had his first proper winter break since he has been in our care and he came back from it really well. He is an interesting runner over this trip of 12 furlongs for the first time. He ran over hurdles last summer and took to it well. He was unlucky not to win and proved that he stayed so this trip could really suit him. He is a course winner so we know the track will suit him. Like COVERHAM he will come on for the run but he is in good form and is an interesting runner.