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comparison, but no less informative. Spearheading a sevenrace card is the Listed Neptune Investment Management Chase and the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase, in which Enda Bolger will again be the man to follow.
However, arguably one of the best races during a busy week is at Huntingdon on Thursday, when the tapes come off the totesport.com Peterborough Chase.
Although the Grade Two heat had lost some of its mojo during the last few years, connections of Racing Demon, who won the race two years ago, Deep Purple and Tidal Bay have all, at this stage, thrown their hat into the ring this time around.
Saturday’s action at Doncaster is well up scratch, while a couple of Grade Two events at Lingfield will also be of interest on the same afternoon.
Look out for racing on Sunday at Navan, where the Barry & Sandra Kelly Memorial Novice Hurdle, won last year by the mighty Mikael D’Haguenet, takes top billing on what should be an enthralling day.
British Flat fans can also enjoy one last hurrah in the Far East on Sunday morning with the Hong Kong International, in which the likes of Presvis, Youmzain and Spanish Moon are expected to turn up to the party.
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