Two runners at Huntingdon tomorrow

Monday, November 7, 2011

DOYENNE DREAM and TENBA run in the first and the last race at Huntingdon tomorrow. DOYENNE DREAM starts proceedings, she is running in a 2 mile 5 furlong handicap hurdle. She was due to run at Chepstow last week but the ground was too soft, she does need a sound surface. The going tomorrow is good, good to soft in places, which should be fine for her. The form of her last run when she was 2nd at Uttoxeter is working out well, the 3rd horse won a handicap at Carlisle last week, the winner runs today at Southwell. The one slight risk about running tomorrow is that she is due to come into season but hopefully, as winter is approaching, she may not do so this time. She can be very moody when she is in season! If she is in the right mood she should run well tomorrow.

TENBA runs in the last race, a 3 year old bumper over 1 mile 6 furlongs. It will be his first run on a racecourse. He is a big good looking potential National Hunt type. His pedigree may not make him an obvious candidate for this type of race as he is by Kheleyf but there is stamina on the dam's side. He has been working well and if he is clued up enough first time out he could run well.

 
James Eustace
Park Lodge Stables,
Park Lane,
Newmarket,
Suffolk
CB8 8AX

jameseustace@tiscali.co.uk
Phone - 01638 664277
Mobile - 07 802 243 764
Fax - 01638 664156

 

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