Flat riders take centre stage over hurdles at Lingfield
You are not dreaming. Willie Carson's grandson William Carson, Martin Harley, Shane Kelly, Rob Hornby, James Sullivan and Danny Brock are all riding in a hurdle race at Lingfield today.
The Game Is A Foot might be the appropriate winner of the race which is restricted to Flat professional jockeys which begs the question why aren't the Flat amateurs allowed to compete?
The arid lands of Hereford have given way to the green and pleasant Worcester after today's meeting was belatedly transferred between the Arc tracks.
Huntingdon will be a sombre place today as it remembers former chairman and steward Michael Banks who was much more than just an official at his local Fenland course.
Worcester - first race 1.00
Good to soft, soft in places (6.0 on the GoingStick at 6am). Add 66 yards to races 1,3 and 6 and 42 Yards to races 2,4 and 5.
Huntingdon - 1.10
Good, good to soft places. (GoingStick: Hurdle 7.2, Chase 7.1 at 7.30am). Chase rail out 4-6yds. Hurdle rail out 4-5yds and 4yds, adding race 1 +38yds, race 2: +61yds race 3 +38yds race 4 +43yds race 5 +46yds and race 6: +30yds.
Lingfield - 12.50
Soft (GoingStick 6.2) and standard on the all-weather.
1.40 The Artful Cobbler 9-2 (from 6)
3.40 Avarchie 16-1 (from 40)
1.50 Kilinakin 13-2 (from 10), Subtle Soldier 10-1 (from 16)
3.20 Sirop De Menthe 8-1 (from 11)
3.50 Carqalin 100-30 (from 5)
3.30 Clemency 8-1 (from 14)
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