Drop Out Joe can go one better in Grimthorpe

Charlie Longsden’s Drop Out Joe second last year in the Grimthorpe can go one better tomorrow at Doncaster. Winner at Chepstow and The Badgers Ales at Wincanton is a bold jumper and still improving.
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Lake View Lad can take the Premier hurdle at Kelso in what is as good a novice hurdle as will be seen outside of the festival’s. After initial jumping mishaps he has looked mighty impressive not least last time at Wetherby.

Same Difference should be better for his pipe opener and can win tbd Veterans Chase at Newbury from Peat The Feat.

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