STORMING REDD runs in the mile maiden at Kempton tomorrow night. There are fourteen runners and he is well drawn right in the middle in stall 7. He has been working well at home and is running on the polytrack as he showed at Yarmouth in the Spring that he does not like the ground quicker than good. He had a good long break after Yarmouth as the horses proved subsequently to be all wrong at the time that he ran there. He has been allowed plenty of time to recover. He is working well but whether he is quite good enough to win what looks to be a good class maiden we shall find out tomorrow. Seb Sanders rides both our runners at Kempton.
IRON CONDOR runs in the one mile three furlong handicap. There are 12 runners and again he is drawn right in the middle. We intend to change the riding tactics with IRON CONDOR and have him held up if possible. Although he is a very good-moving horse there is a suspicion that he also would like some cut in the ground hence the decision to give him a try on the polytrack. He too is working well at home and can bounce back to form if the change of riding tactics work out well for him and Seb Sanders.