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Girl From Ipanema

12:55 Yarmouth

“Girl From Ipanema is another lovey filly making her debut on the track. It looks an open race with the short-priced favourite but I think she could well be competitive here. Ultimately she will need a little bit further I think but this is a good starting point.”

Ed Walker


4:15 Newmarket


Henry Candy

Jouska is in good form and should run another decent race, but the opposition is strong.

PRICE 18/1
4:11 Hexham

Bucko’s Boy

Jamie Snowden

Bucko’s Boy was placed 2nd and 4th in a couple of bumpers early last season, but picked up a niggle on the latter start. He is out of a bumper winner, and by Midnight Legend who produce winners. He is going well at home, and would certainly have a decent chance here, albeit in a competitive race for the track.

3:40 Hexham


Oliver Signy

Sambezi is a new horse for the yard and owners. He was running well in his point to point before falling. He has been working well at home and showing promise. We will learn a lot more about him from this race today.


News in Brief

Trainer John Oxx to retire at end of season

John Oxx, trainer of Sea The Stars announced he is to retire at the end of the season. Oxx, who turned 70 in July, has sent out 33 Group 1 winners during his 41 years as a trainer but will be remembered most for his handling of Sea The Stars, who went through a spectacular three-year-old campaign unbeaten by winning the 2,000 Guineas, the Derby, the Eclipse, the Juddmonte International, the Irish Champion Stakes and the Arc in 2009.

Wondermare Enable is retired

John Gosden and Frankie Dettori saluted Enable’s special qualities after her glittering career was brought to an end on Monday when connections opted against having one final start and retired the wondermare with immediate effect.

You are spoilt for choice with our Lambourn trainers

THE Lambourn Valley, situated in the north-east corner of Berkshire, is recognised as one of the major racehorse training centres in the country.

With its superb facilities and wide-ranging gallops covering in excess of 500 acres and with more than 30 trainers to choose from – your racehorse could not be in a better place whether it be a flat or National Hunt horse. Our new website is here to provide the latest information of the day-to-day goings on in Lambourn plus quotations from all the day’s runners from our trainers (when available).

There is also information and contact details for all our trainers; the history of training horses in Lambourn; where to stay; our annual Lambourn Open Day – which is held on Good Friday (April 10th, 2020) and all the latest news.

Fugitives Drift and Nico De Boinville win the Betsafe Best Odds Novices' Hurdle at Bangor-on-Dee. Photo: Steve Davies
Fugitives Drift and Nico De Boinville win the Betsafe Best Odds Novices' Hurdle at Bangor-on-Dee. Photo: Steve Davies