Warwick Racecourse

3.25 - Imperial Nemesis returns to the track where he was 4th of 17 in a maiden over the same distance as today. That was a good effort but he’s not gone so well in two handicaps since when not appreciating some sloppy ground. Down to 113 from a first rating of 117, he continues to go very well at home, just need it transferred to the track, but with today’s better ground and a good mark he can show a lot more here. A good run expected with solid each way chances, Sam Twiston-Davies rides.

5.00 - Goodbye Dancer is down to 131 which puts him a couple of pounds below his last winning mark from March ‘17. Had a long break of almost 20months but has gone well from higher marks since his return on a couple of occasions. Still goes from top weight though, but the trip of 3m 2f will suit and he can should go very well. Another with each way prospects, Sam aboard.

5.30 - Don’t Shout makes his racecourse debut in the bumper. A full brother to a leading Cheltenham fancy, he’s certainly one for the future, but has shown up very well at home and can be expected to give a good account of himself. Sam aboard, can go close.

Goodbye Dancer on the Grange Hill Farm all weather gallops

Last Minute Cancellation!

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