All you need to start the day as The Russian Doyen features at Newbury
Any midweek card at Newbury is always a treat and the Berkshire track hosts an attractive six-race card featuring two possibly informative novice hurdles.
Elsewhere, action at Lingfield returns to the all-weather after a brief, one-day jumps hiatus and Plumpton hosts six races.
For a second consecutive day Kempton caters for evening racing fans, with eight races to be enjoyed on the Polytrack.
Newbury (first race 1.10)
Good, good to firm in places (GoingStick: 8.6 chase; 7.9 hurdles)
Good, good to soft in places (GoingStick: 7.4 chase; 7.2 hurdles)
Standard to slow
3.20 Newbury: Legends Gold into 7-2 (from 5)
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The Russian Doyen impressed on his chasing debut at Exeter in November before nothing went to plan in his subsequent start at Cheltenham last month. It will be interesting to see whether the six-year-old can re-establish his progressive profile in the novice limited handicap at Newbury (2.15).
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