P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/10   KEMPTON PREVIE 1/9  Eleven have been declared for the King George VI Tripleprint Chase (2.20 Ch4) including all the leading ante-post fancies. One Man, winner of nine of his ten completed starts over fences, jumped superbly when beating Monsieur Le Cure (also declared here) at Haydock last time. Barton Bank (clear when falling at the last twelve months ago) and Irish challenger Merry Gale are both firmly established in the top class. Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/01   KEMPTON PREVIEW 3/9  With some of the top Champion Hurdle aspirants infured or under a cloud, smart Flat-racer River North puts his credentials on the line in the Bonusprint Hurdle (12.45 Ch4). Hill Of Tullow and Major Summit, both unbeaten so far over fences, face stiff opposition from French-trained So Far Bold in the Feltham Chase (1.15 Ch4). There are some more promising novices, inclusing Callisoe Bay, Harwell Lad, Hebridean, Nemuro and Simple Arithmetic in the Bonusphoto Wayward Lad Chase (2.50 Ch4). Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:52/00   KEMPTON TRAINER 5/9  Most successful trainers at Kempton 1992/3 to 1994/5 Trainer Wins Runs % N J Henderson 11 54 20 D Nicholson 10 45 22 M C Pipe 9 40 23 J T Gifford 9 62 15 K C Bailey 8 32 25 Mis H C Knight 5 24 21 P J Hobbs 5 28 18 N Twiston-Davies 5 35 14 D R C Elsworth 5 36 14 D R Gandolfo 4 9 44 Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:53/16   WETHERBY COURSE 8/9 Left-handed Wetherby is a mile and a half circuit with easy turns and provides a fair test. Course winners records 1992/3 to date Time Horse 1st 2nd 3rd Runs 1.20 Wind Force 2 4 1.20 Gnome's Tycoon 1 2 1.20 Valiant Warrior 1 2 1 4 1.20 Strong Sound 2 2 2 11 1.50 White Willow 1 2 1.50 Aljadeer 3 1 5 1.50 Cool Luke 1 1 2 1.50 Blackpatch Hill 1 2 2.20 Young Hustler 1 1 2 2.20 Cogent 1 2 2.20 Scotton Banks 3 1 4 2.20 Lo Stregone 2 2 4 2.50 Cumbrian Chall' 3 1 1 7  Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/11   WETHERBY TRAINER 9/9  Most successful trainers at 'etherby 1992/3 to 1994/5 Trainer Wins Runs % Mrs M Reveley 32 113 28 G Richards 16 80 20 M H Easterby 14 90 16 J G FitzGerald 13 76 17 M D Hammond 11 96 11 D Nicholson 10 32 31 M W Easterby 10 72 14 P Cheesbrough 10 74 14 J H Johnson 9 46 20 Mrs S Smith 6 79 8 Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/04   KEMPTON PREVIEW 2/9  Francois Doumen, who has saddled four of the last eight King George winners, is represented by Algan (lucky winner last year) and Racing Post Chase winner Val d'Alene. Two of last season's most promising novices Brief Gale and Book of Music both make their seasonal debut in the King George. High-class handicapper Dublin Flyer, Coulton and Egypt Mill Prince complete the King George declarations. Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:51/00   KEMPTON COURSE 4/9  Kempton is a flat, right-handed track about one mile five furlongs round. It provides a very fair test for a jumper. Course winners records 1992/3 to date Time Horse 1st 2nd 3rd Runs 1.15 Major Summit 1 1 2.20 Algan 1 2 2.20 Barton Bank 1 3 2.20 Dublin Flyer 1 1 2 2.20 Monsieur Le Cure 2 2 4 2.20 Val d'Alene 1 1 2.20 Brief Gale 1 1 2 2.50 Poors Wood 1 1 4 3.20 Jeassu 1 1 2 Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:52/04   WETHERBY PREVIEW 6/9  With One Man and Monsieur Le Cure both having first preferences at Kempton, there'll be a maximum field of seven for the Rowland Meyrick Chase. The 1993 Gold Cup winner Jodami concedes weight all round, including 6lb to Young Hustler and 15lb to last year's winner Cogent. Scotton Banks (winner of his last two) and Lo Stregone (running here in preference to the Welsh National) are among the bottom weights. Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide
P393 CEEFAX 393 Mon 25 Dec 23:50/11   WETHERBY PREVIEW 7/9  Cumbrian Challenge has made a good start to his chasing career and goes for his fourth win in six outings in the Boroughbridge Chase. Nottingham winner Ask Tom, Five To Seven (going well when falling on his debut) and useful hurdler Amigos (running over fences for the first time) take him on. Young Hustler's stable also sends the smart ex-French Flat performer Dajraan for the opening Christmas Novices' Hurdle. Source: TIMEFORM Prefs Box Decs1 Box Decs2 A-Z Guide