GLENDUN and WINDY COVE both a get run at Kempton tomorrow evening and we hope they can maintain the good form of the yard since racing returned. Shane Kelly takes the ride on both horses. GLENDUN ran a very nice race over the same course and distance finishing third just before lockdown. It was his first run back after a break and he has been in good form at home since and working aswell as he was before that run. He is drawn 3 of the 12 runners and we hope he can run well again. The only slight concern is that the surface appears to be riding a bit deeper since racing resumed. The weather seems to have the opposite effect on the all-weather surface to the turf as it tends to be deeper when it is very dry. We hope the the recent rain will have helped the surface to return to riding how it was when he ran in March.
WINDY COVE will be having her first run in a handicap and is drawn 6 of the 12 runners. She is in great form for a 3 year old filly, hasn't missed a day this spring, and looks really well in her coat. She is taking a big step up in trip but if she does stay then she should run a nice race.