FARSIGHTED should find the opposition at Ludlow tomorrow less competitive than her last race at Fakenham. That race turned out to be a very good one as the winner is now one of the favourites for the Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham next March. James Eustace is hoping tomorrow's race will establish whether she truely gets 2 miles over hurdles in testing ground. She should like the ground and she is in good form so if she does stay she will hopefully be thereabouts tomorrow.
AT THE MONEY is still in very good form at home despite some tough races. He has run a great race everytime he has run this winter and can hopefully run well again at Sandown on Friday. James Eustace hopes the track does get some more rain as the ground is drying out and he definitely prefers soft ground that is wet rather than drying out. The handicapper has dropped him 2 pounds from his last race and Mark Bradburne, who knows him so well, will be back on board. It will again be a very competitive race but on his recent form he should close again.