We have an exciting ten days or so ahead of us, starting with Concierge at Chelmsford on Friday and Moll Davis at Doncaster on Saturday. Moll Davis was particularly unlucky at Goodwood finding plenty of trouble, she seems to have bounced out of that run really well and I’m hoping she can return back to winning ways. Raahy has also come out of Goodwood in very good form and takes his chances in the valuable sales race at York. The six furlongs should suit him and with a rating of 96 he should be very competitive. James Garfield’s brother, Robert Walpole is a horse we’ve always loved and is now ready to make his debut. He could run at Newmarket on Friday, providing the grounds not too fast. He’ll need his first run as he’s been a slow learner, however he’s a tremendously exciting prospect for the season ahead. Lyndon B bids to go a couple of places better at York in a handicap also on Friday. He’s shown himself to be a talented horse that is capable of winning off his mark.