21st & 22nd November - Huntingdon & Uttoxeter
Bayaanaat pulled up at Bangor on his reappearance, it was desperate ground that day and whilst he handled soft ground on the flat he couldn’t cope with proper jumping heavy.
That race is best ignored.
Bayaanaat works nicely enough at home and he enjoys his jumping, he’s probably a horse that will fare better once he has a handicap mark.
Bayaanaat is easy to ride and to deal with.
He will be ridden by Jonathan Burke.
Uttoxeter 3.03pm The Fresh Prince runs in a conditional jockeys handicap chase over 3m.
Prince won at Huntingdon on his seasonal debut twelve days ago, he travelled well through the race that day and his jumping was very good, he was left in front at the last fence and he could possibly be considered a lucky winner but we’ll never know.
He will be sharper for that race and I just hope this doesn’t come too soon for him but it looked the right race to go for on paper.
Prince is a tall good looking horse who has had a lot of bad luck over the last couple of years, he’s been challenging to train due to his various niggles so I was delighted to see him win for his lovely owners who have been incredibly patient.
He will be ridden by Harry Beswick who rode him to win last time out ????
Bayaanaat is looked after and will be led up by Mila Lunackova, he is ridden at home by Cameron Baker.
The Fresh Prince is looked after and will be led up by Cameron Baker, he is ridden at home by Megan Brown or Harry Beswick.