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It has been a quiet summer for us even by our own standards and with less summer jumpers this year i’m thinking of investing in a couple of flat horses to keep us ticking over next summer. Double W’s provided us with some much needed early early winners but he then had a break and has come in looking and feeling fantastic. Kick On Dottie is a typical summer jumper as she likes good ground and she is a nice little mare, but realistically she was badly handicapped following her two wins in ordinary novice hurdles last summer. She has come down a few pounds and she may run at Hexham on Friday if conditions are suitable. Tayzar was the first of the horses to run following a break but it was hard to take anything away from the run regarding the fitness and health of the horses as the rain caused the ground to go against him. He has come out of the race fresh and well and, depending on the forecast, may run at Kelso on Sunday.

The horses are coming on nicely and we should have a few making their seasonal debuts in the coming three weeks. Exciting times!

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1. Tayzar 11/1
2. Cremant 3/1
3. Happy B 10/3

Full results and replay here ▶️ http://www.racingtv.com/results/uk/293409-warwick/21-Sep-2020/1345

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