Today’s Lambourn Trainers’ Quotes

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Going: Good  First race: 12.15


Rhebus Road

Oliver Sherwood

Rhebus ran well over this trip first time out at Fakenham when finishing second, it’s well documented that he takes a lot of work to get fit so he was always going to improve for that outing.We then ran him here back over 2m and unfortunately there was no gallop and he was out sprinted from the last, he had previously won at this track over that trip but he was very forcibly ridden on that occasion and stayed on well.


Big Jim Beam

Warren Greatrex

Convincing winner of a Bumper on his debut for us, first time over hurdles today. He schools very well and has point to point experience. A competitive little race but I would expect to see him in the mix.


Treyarnon Bay

Nicky Henderson

She won her only bumper for us very nicely and makes her debut over hurdles and has schooled very nicely and should run well.


Art Of Illusion

Warren Greatrex

Stepping back up in trip and having had a wind op since his last run, this horse has run consistently well over fences and I would expect a similar performance today. Would be great if he could get his head in front again.


Impulsive One

Nicky Henderson

Very impressive round here last time. A sharp two miles on good ground is ideal so let’s hope he can repeat that performance.


Mr Fisher

Nicky Henderson

He won this Peterborough Chase two years ago when it was run at Cheltenham but Huntingdon should suit him fine and the good ground will be a bonus. He will wear cheek pieces for the first time to keep him sharp.


Hedera Park

Oliver Signy

Hedera Park is improving with each run. She came out of last race very well. We have Charlie on board again. With the favourite at decs not running, it has made it an open field. Hope she runs well.


Going: Good to soft   First race: 11.35


Git Maker

Jamie Snowden

A son of Saddler Maker (sire of Grade 1 winners, Bristol De Mai and Apple’s Jade etc), out of a sister to a Black Type winner from a lovely French family. He was progressive in Irish Point-to-Points, and won on his final start. He had a great first season over hurdles, where he won three of his four starts. His final win was at Newcastle, where he defied a double penalty and completed a clean sweep of a winner at every jumps track in the UK for team Jamie Snowden Racing. He was a promising 2nd on his chasing debut at Sandown on his seasonal return. He's improved at home for that, and he jumped great in the week. He should appreciate this step up in trip as well, and providing it's soft enough, he should run a big race here.