CONSIDINE has a good chance of opening his account for the year at Lingfield tomorrow. He is running in a 2 mile apprentice handicap and will be ridden again by the promising apprentice, Richard Kingscote. The race should definitely suit him and he has come on for his previous run over an inadequate trip. The only worry is that the track at Lingfield may not be ideal for him but he is expected to run well. The race looks a weaker contest than his previous run, the main danger appears to be Garnet, trained by Don Cantillon, who won last week but does carry a 5 pound penalty.
MIISED TURN could run again in Thursday but there is a chance she will be balloted out. The race is another mile handicap at Lingfield , she is in excellent heart at present so she should run another good race. If she runs she will again be ridden by Lisa Jones who has got such a good rapport with the filly.
EIGHT is poised to make his debut over fences at Doncaster on Saturday. He has schooled well at home so James Eustace is hoping that he jumps well on Saturday and gets round. The race is a beginners chase and he will be ridden by Luke Fletcher.