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Two chances in Market Rasen’s Easter Monday opener

We’ll have three runners down at Market Rasen tomorrow and two of those will contest the opening handicap hurdle over two miles two and a half furlongs (2.10). Strait Run (above) arrives in great form, having followed up his breakthrough hurdle win at Sedgefield with a solid third to Instingtive at Carlisle. This is a…

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Everyone’s a winner on Open Day!

Another Middleham Open Day has been and gone and we hope everyone who visited us at Oakwood Stables and Sharp Hill Farm yesterday had a great day out, it was lovely to see you! Onlyfoolsownhorses meets and greets the Open Day visitors Run by Racing Welfare, the event was a great success as always, with…

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Our Middleham Open Day programme article in full!

It’s been another exciting and successful twelve months here at Micky Hammond Racing, with almost 50 winners coming out of our dual purpose Flat and jumps yard since last year’s Middleham Open Day. The highlight of our year was Wetherby’s Christmas Festival, when we came away with three winners including Paul and Jean Chapman’s evergreen…

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Applaus leads home a clean sweep as we win three at Wetherby

Joe Buzzeo’s six year old German bred gelding Applaus (11/1) came out on top as we dominated the 1m7f handicap chase at Wetherby this afternoon, our other runners Caraline and Roxyfet filling the places to complete a notable 1-2-3. You could make a pretty good case for all three of ours beforehand but we really…

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Red hot Becks puts cat amongst the pigeons in lady amateurs’ title race

As well as completing a 1,871/1 treble for us at Wetherby today, Witness’ success in the concluding three mile handicap hurdle saw our head girl Becky Smith move into joint first place in this season’s lady amateurs’ jumps championship. R M & T’s nine year old took full advantage of a drop in grade to…

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Silver Tassie on a winning mark at Wetherby

We’ve declared eight runners for tomorrow’s meeting at Wetherby, starting with Lady Of The Rea, who has her third run in the space of 19 days in the two and a half mile selling hurdle at 2.30. The seven year old mare was well beaten when we dropped her into this grade last week and…

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Tyrell going for a Market Rasen follow up

Craig Buckingham’s young hurdler Tyrell put in an improved performance to win at Catterick last month and he’s off to Market Rasen tomorrow to try and follow up off a 5lbs higher mark in the 2m7f handicap hurdle at 3.45. The five year old son of Teofilo was a comfortable scorer over just short of…

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We’re all set for Middleham Open Day!

Middleham Open Day returns to its traditional Good Friday slot this year, which means that along with eleven other local training establishments, we’ll be opening our doors to the public this coming Friday (30th March). Tickets for the event cost just £10, with free admission for under 16s and a reduced price of £7 for…

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Camillas Wish returns with big weight at Sedgefield

We’ll have four runners heading up the A1 to Sedgefield tomorrow and we’re looking forward to getting David Proos’ nine year old Camillas Wish back onto the racecourse in the staying handicap chase at 4.30. The mare was really progressive for Richard Ford last summer, winning four times under our lady amateur Becky Smith, her…

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Just Cameron set for long trip to Ludlow

Paul and Jean Chapman’s Castleford Chase winner Just Cameron is off on a 400 mile round trip tomorrow as he makes his first ever visit to Ludlow. The high class eleven year old would comfortably have made the cut for last week’s Grand Annual at Cheltenham, but he’s always seemed more at home in these…

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