Wetherby Racecourse 16th October

Three up to Wetherby Racecourse today.

2.55 - Mr Antolini - is now a non-runner.

3.30 - Dino Boy has joined us from Ireland where he had a very encouraging point win prior to a bumper debut at Aintree in May, taking second spot in a decent field. Makes his hurdles bow here over a similar trip to the point win and with ground expected to suit, should go very well. Sam Twiston-Davies rides, a good run anticipated.

4.00 - Crievehill ran highly creditably at a big price to take fourth in the Kim Muir at the Cheltenham Festival. Makes his seasonal reappearance 2lbs better off on 138 and down in trip to 2m 3+f, similar to his last win, and having gone well after a break in the past, is expected to do so again. Goes on any ground, but today’s good to soft is arguably preferred. Sam Twiston-Davies in the saddle.

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Wetherby Racecourse

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