Key information for today's meetings including the return of a familiar face
You cannot keep a good man down and ten months after a knee injury put Andrew Thornton on the sidelines, the popular rider returns to action at Worcester today.
Thornton, 44, has been off since reaching the notable landmark of 1,000 winners aboard Kentford Myth at Wincanton on Boxing Day and, fate would have it, he returns on the same horse in the 2m4f mares' handicap hurdle (3.40).
As well as Worcester's seven-race card, transferred from Hereford due to concerns over the ground, Huntingdon also stages a seven-race jumps meeting starting at 2.20.
Leicester (First race 2.00)
Good to soft (GoingStick 5.8 Tuesday at 6.30); forecast dry. Add 9yds to all races on round course
Good (GoingStick 6.6 on Tuesday at 6.15); forecast breezy with chance of an afternoon shower. To open up fresh ground, 102yds has been added to race 3 and 162yds to all other distances
Good (GoingStick 7.4 on Tuesday at 9.30); forecast dry and breezy. Add 24yds to R2 & 5 and 18yds to R4
Standard to slow
Leicester 2.00 Bombyx 15-8 (from 4-1)
Worcester 2.10 The Happy Chappy 7-2 (from 13-2)
Huntingdon 3.50 Cajun Fiddle 5-2 (from 4s)
Huntingdon 4.20 Abbreviate 13-2 (from 9-1)
Huntingdon 4.50 Audacious Plan 11-10 (from 15-8)
Leicester 5.00 Zamperini 11-2 (from 9-1)
Kempton 5.45 Arzaak 9-2 (from 15-2)
Kempton 7.15 Spun Gold 7-2 (from 7-1); Waqt 5-1 (from 7s)
Kempton 7.45 Innstigator 5-1 (from 10-1)
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The discussion on whether trainers should declare wind operations before a run was reignited at Ascot ten days ago when Just Glamorous bounced back to form with a 33-1 sprinting success.
Only afterwards did it come to light that the former Group 3 winner had undergone a pretty substantial procedure to aid his breathing and it clearly had the desired effect.
He will not be the same price today but if the same Just Glamorous turns up at Leicester (3.30), he will certainly serve it up to his rivals from the front.