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  • Writer's pictureSimon Long

Warwick

Tom is riding this evening at Warwick.

Warwick is one of Alan’s favourite courses, so it is no surprise that he sends four horses up the Midlands track for their evening meeting tomorrow.

First up is Forget The Way, who carries the Edwardstone colours in the novice handicap hurdle. He has had wind surgery since running a bit disappointingly at Newbury in March, so, hopefully, that will help him.

Next comes the Highclere-owned Restitution in the eight-runner two mile and five handicap hurdle. This trip seemed to suit him when he finished a good third at Wincanton last month, and the drying ground will also be a plus.

Lunar Contact ran his best race since joining the Barbury team from Ireland when third at Fontwell last time, and, having won a three-mile point-to-point in his homeland, he will relish this step up in trip. Last but not least is I’d Go Maniac, who makes his debut in the bumper.

6:25 FORGET THE WAY - Has had wind surgery and he looks a possible improver at this new trip.

Owners - Robert Abrey, Ian Thurtle & David Gibbon

7:25 RESTITUTION - Back in form when third at Wincanton in April; still unexposed over this trip; headgear on.

Owners - Highclere T'Bred Racing

7:55 LUNAR CONTACT - Promising third on handicap debut and shaped as though he'd benefit from this longer trip.

Owners - Million In Mind Partnership

8:25 I'D GO MANIAC - £30,000 3yo; respected newcomer from a yard that does well in these races.

Owner - Alan King



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