Cheltenham and Kelso 22/10/16

  

Fox Norton after finishing 3rd in the Arkle chase in March.

Thomas Campbell and a couple of places horses in the 5.05 were all I had to show for my efforts on day 1 of the Cheltenham meeting. Aristo Du Plessis and Cottersrock were particularly disappointing on the quick ground.

Tagliatelle 4.05 returns to hurdling after losing confidence over fences and along with Shantou Village 4.40 runs for my 50 to follow today.

Cheltenham

1.50 Keltus and Henryville e/w

2.25 Wholestone

3.00 Wolf of Windlesham e/w

3.30 Fox Norton and Boondooma e/w

4.05 Zarib and Pere The Pear e/w

4.40 Shantou Village

5.15 Woodfort

Kelso

2.00 Brio Conti

2.35 Urban Hymn

3.10 Scotswell e/w

3.40 Nomoreblackjack

4.15 Big River

4.50 Runswick Days e/w

5.25 Present Trend

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