Today on Sky Sports Racing: Marathon contenders become stars as Hexham’s jump season kicks off on Thursday | Racing news
Sky Sports Racing cameras head to Hexham for the first time this year on Thursday, where many strong schools, plus Southwell host an all-weather competitive card.
3.50 Hexham – Camp Belan overtakes the Russell pair in the Marathon feature
With four miles to travel and the ground possibly being tested, the feature Bk Racing Hexham Marathon Chase Handicap (3.50) at Hexham would be a tough job.
Eight athletes gathered, including a pair of athletes trained by Lucinda Russell Prince Dundee And Camp Belan.
Russell has a good track record in the competition, with two winners and one runner-up out of seven runners-up since 2016 and regular rider Derek Fox picked Camp Belan, seven, who wore his cheek for the first time. dimple.
Innovation runner-up 2022, Morozov Cocktail for team Tim Easterby is one of the opposing factions.
Nicky Richards’ sparkling love was narrowly rejected over three miles and two stretched over heavy ground at Kelso over Christmas and could have gone well under Sean Quinlan.
3.10 Hexham – Vandemere makes a great save for the moment
Stumbled upon a useful Snake Roll hurdler on his Newcastle debut in December, John Quinn’s Vandemere start the second time according to the rules in The young woman’s barrier in memory of Malcolm Hopkinson (3.10).
The point-by-point winner, who finished five miles behind First Division winner Sporting John on his debut in that field, overcame a 1,367-day layoff to finish second last time and have Looks to have a great opportunity here.
Of his nine opponents, Richards’ Fly Over Milan seems most interesting, while the trip is for those who like to go Darkness In The Sky could see him run a better race.
6:40 Southwell – Ferrous and Yorkshire winners fined in Novice
There is a small but selective school for features at Southwell, BetUK’s Acca Club 5 Free Bets for Newbies (6.40).
Seven-athlete line-up including two penalized winners – Iron And Yorkshire.
The first is for new coach Jack Channon, who recently took over from father Mick, bidding to continue a very promising start to his career.
Having filled the runner-ups in their most recent start, William Haggas trained warm welcome and Richard Hughes’ sharp power get 7lb from their opponents and top the opposition.
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Watch every race from Hexham and Southwell live on Sky Sports Racing on Thursday, March 16.