John Quinn bids to win the JCB Triumph Hurdle for a second time on Friday and is full of hope for Pearl Castle and Rutherglen.
Market Rasen is the only racecourse in Lincolnshire, host to National Hunt racing round the calendar. Opened in 1924, the racing highlight is the Summer Plate meeting, held on the third Saturday in July.
1st Kilcooley 1/2F
2nd Such A Legend 6/1
3rd Flash Tommie 100/1
None (All 8 Ran)
1st No No Mac 11/4
2nd Kilgefin Star 13/2
3rd Act Alone 11/8F
None (All 8 Ran)
1st Orange Nassau 11/4JF
2nd Palos Conti 5/1
Milans Well (6 Ran)
1st Highbury High 6/1
2nd Hatters River 5/2F
Balinroab (7 Ran)
1st Kaysersberg 10/3F
2nd Azure Fly 5/1
3rd Invicta Lake 17/2
None (All 9 Ran)
The Wealerdealer (10/3)in, Bally Braes (7/2)in, Edmaaj (7/2), Kayfrou (10)out, Minsky Mine (12)in, In The Gate (14)in Show all, Crookstown (16)out, Balinderry (22)in, Tayarat (50)out, Spanish Cruise (100)out
Rugged Jack (10 Run)
Empire Of Dirt paid Faugheen a compliment when scoring at Naas under Bryan Cooper.
Big Buck's is in "seriously good order" according to trainer Paul Nicholls as he bids to land the World Hurdle for a fifth time.
Owner John Neild is living the dream ahead of Splash Of Ginge's run in the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle.
Exciting juvenile Activial will skip the JCB Triumph Hurdle and instead wait for next month's Grand National meeting at Aintree.
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Last Instalment will travel to England on Sunday, but a decision on his Gold Cup participation remains in the balance.
Cheltenham clerk of the course Simon Claisse has refused to rule out watering for the final two days of the Festival.
Anthony Honeyball is considering Aintree and Punchestown for Regal Encore following his Imperial Cup fourth at Sandown.
Hurricane Fly will face eight rivals when he bids for a third win in the Stan James Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham on Tuesday.