Rams­bury set to make it a dou­ble

Sunderland Echo - - Sport -

Rams­bury looks a nice type for Char­lie Fel­lowes and can re­main un­beaten in the 32Red Casino Novice Stakes at Kemp­ton.

Sport­ing the An­thony Op­pen­heimer colours car­ried with great dis­tinc­tion by Golden Horn and Cracks­man in re­cent years, he was sent off a short-priced favourite on his de­but at Wolver­hamp­ton.

Rid­den with a great deal of con­fi­dence by Stevie Dono­hoe, he was an easy win­ner and while it is some­times dif­fi­cult to know what all-weather form is worth, the sec­ond won a maiden by five lengths next time out, as did the third.

He has ob­vi­ously needed time - he was gelded early on and did not make his de­but un­til he was nearly four - but there is no doubt he could be quite a force for Fel­lowes.

The step up to a mile should suit Tamer­lane who is in search of a hat-trick in the 32Red Casino Hand­i­cap.

Clive Cox’s charge started his pro­gres­sion from a lowly rat­ing, but he is get­ting the hang of it now.

Two wins have come over seven fur­longs, from marks of 59 and 65, but it looked like there was more to come as he got on top close home.

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