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  • Writer's pictureSimon Long

Alan is hopeful that we might come back down the M6 with some prize money, Haydock.

Tom has three booked rides today at Haydock.

1:30 BIG BOY BOBBY - Poor last time but his previous second at Kempton is very solid form; respected.

Owners - Incipe Partnership - Trainer - Alan King

Alan said:”The drier the ground the better Big Boy Bobby’s prospects are in the two-mile hurdle as his chance had gone when it poured with rain throughout the afternoon before his race at Fakenham last month.

“We had given Big Boy Bobby a break after his second at Kempton on Boxing Day, and he strengthened up during that time, so we are ignoring that subsequent run and hoping that he can outrun his odds.

2:05 PASS THE LOVE ON - Related to three winners for her yard and shouldn't be long in getting her head in front.

Owners - Pitchall Stud Partnership - Trainer - Alan King

“Pass The Love On, who runs in the mares maiden hurdle, can build on her second at Huntingdon, though she is likely to do better when she goes handicapping.”

4:25 ALDSWORTH - Cheekpieces for handicap debut at Taunton (3m, good) and finished a lot closer in third.

Owners - David J S Sewell, & Burling Family - Trainer - Alan King

“Similarly, any improvement in the ground would suit Aldsworth, who runs in the novice handicap hurdle. He benefited from a step up in trip when an improved third last time out at Taunton, where the fitting of cheekpieces also helped.

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