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  • Writer's pictureSimon Long

The drying ground at Doncaster is just what Kay Tara Tara wants

Tom Cannon has three rides today at Doncaster.

Bumper and maiden hurdle winner who has the potential to be better than her opening mark.

Owners - IBT Racing - Trainer - Alan King.

He said:”The mares ‘ hurdle final at Newbury is the spring target for Kay Tara Tara, who ran creditably under a penalty at Fontwell last time, especially as the ground was more testing that she really wants.”

Already a winner of a bumper and a mares maiden hurdle, Kay Tara Tara has to give weight to her six opponents but still looks to have a solid chance.

On a handy mark if the first-time visor can help him jump with greater fluency.

Owner - Rupert Anton - Trainer - Alan King.

In contrast, Betterforeveryone receives weight from his seven rivals in the three and a quarter mile novices’ handicap chase. He had run well to be placed on his first run over fences at Warwick, but he then got no further than the first over this course and distance. He was a consistent handicap handicap hurdler, so, hopefully, he’ll be in the thick of things at the business end this time.

Won his sole Irish point and he's out of a half-sister to a bumper winner; in the mix.

Owners - The M Team - Trainer - Toby Lawes.


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