Trainers boycott Lingfield races
The prize-money row in British racing moved on a pace on Thursday morning when trainers boycotted the last two races at the Arc-owned Lingfield Park. No runners were declared for the 5f novice stakes from a field of nine. The protest comes as a reaction to Arc's decision to reduce it’s prize-money contribution by £3 million in response to the government's crackdown on FOBT stakes.
Mann’s Prabeni on target for Triumph
Charlie Mann’s new star on the block, Prabeni, is now on target for the Triumph Hurdle after his second win of the season at Doncaster on Wednesday.
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Lambourn’s recent successes
2.50 Doncaster | February 20
“I think he should win and he will be running in the Triumph Hurdle next, so he will have to. He is in good form and I will be disappointed if he doesn’t win.”
Kalahari Queen (5/4F)
2.25 Wetherby | February 19
“Kalahari Queen had some excellent hurdle form last season and has been pretty consistent chasing form this season but we’ve given her a small wind op since her last run which should benefit her hugely. Tight race but every chance.”
3.15 Lingfield | February 18
“He’s got very good form, probably the best form of all the hurdlers running there today. He’s going there with a live chance. He should love the ground too.”