Through The Card: Plumpton, Sunday September 24

There is racing at Plumpton on Sunday
There is racing at Plumpton on Sunday

Timeform take you through the card at Plumpton on Sunday...

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13:50 - GIBSON PARK (1) ran well for a long way in a handicap at Sedgefield last time and could resume winning ways back in calmer waters here. Arthington won first time up over hurdles at Stratford and is respected, however VANCOUVER (3) is also worth keeping on side. He was below form at Newton Abbot last time but should come on for that first run in four months.

14:20 - With good going once again prevalent, this sharp test will suit LORD HUNTINGDON (2) down to the ground and there's no reason why he cannot shrug off a 6 lb rise for last month's Bangor win. Free Stone Hill has come up short when favourite on his last four outings but is certainly competitive, while Regulation lurks on a very dangerous mark and with plenty of pace likely he should get the race run to suit.

14:50 - FORT GABRIEL (1) has not gone with his usual zest recently, but his mark has eased a tad, and he is taken to overcome a sticky patch with another win. Fair To Middling seemed to be slowly getting to grips with chasing prior to his fall at Southwell, and should be able to make an impact, while Doitfojoe also enters the reckoning after a better run last time. Lawney Hill has a good record in this race and, having shown better form at Hexham last time, another improved effort is expected from VELVET COGNAC (4).

15:20 - The Gary Moore-trained LORD E (1) made a pleasing start over hurdles when scoring at Fontwell and can follow up under a penalty in a race his top yard have won three times in the last seven seasons. High Wells and Jumping Jack are both Flat winners of interest on their first starts in this sphere, while it will surely all click for City Dreamer at some point. He's respected, along with the Newton Abbot winner The Raven Master.

15:50 - HOLLY BUSH HENRY (1) was perked up no end by blinkers when back to form with a bang at Worcester last week and a penalty may not stop him if the headgear continues to have a positive effect. He still looks very well handicapped on his old form and is unexposed for Phil Middleton. Byron Blue and Kentford Heiress arrive at the top of their game and could be the pair to give him most to do.

16:20 - THE TIN MINER's (3) efforts over hurdles have barely scratched the surface of his ability and this lightly-raced, well-bred sort is very much the type to take off now switched to fences. He's from the family of Best Mate and preferred to fellow chasing debutant Ramore Will, with the well-treated Vital Evidence regarded as the pick of those with experience over the larger obstacles.

16:50 - CAMAKASI didn't offer much over hurdles last year but he's potentially well treated in this sphere given his recent exploits on the Flat and could be worth chancing. Kereman is another to consider on handicap bow, along with last month's Fontwell winner Magical Thomas.


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13:50 - 1, 3
14:20 - 2
14:50 - 1, 4
15:20 - 1
15:50 - 1
14:20 - 3

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