Point-to-point: Exceptionnel can step up in class at Horseheath
Saturday 02 February 2008
All six meetings should go ahead this weekend, although there is a precautionary 8.00am inspection for today's Jedforest fixture in the Borders. Exceptionnel, a half-brother to Grand National second Mely Moss, did not fulfil his potential when tried under Rules, but appreciated the return to pointing with an imp-ressive win in the restricted at Larkhill last month. He looks capable of taking a step up in grade in the mens' open (1.40) at Horseheath today.
FIXTURES: TODAY: Cambridgshire with Enfield Chace at Horseheath. (First race: 12.00). 4m W of Haverhill on A1307; Exits 9 or 10 M11). Jedforest at Friars Haugh. (12.30). Just W of Kelso, nr NH Course, close to A699. North Cornwall at Wadebridge. (12.00) At Royal Cornwall Showground; 1m Wof town, nr A39. TOMORROW: Harkaway Club at Chaddesley Corbett. (11.30). Next to A448, midway between Bromsgrove and Kidderminster; Exit 4 or 5, M5, Exit 1 M42. Mid Devon at Black Forest Lodge (12.00). 5m S of Exeter; nr B3381 between A380 and Starcross. Only 6m off end of M5. Old Raby Hunt Club at Witton Castle. (12.00). 5m W of Bishop Auckland; nr A68; 12m from A1 (M).
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