Molland Gayle may win again at Kenton
Tomorrow's point-to-point action in the Devon and Cornwall area is at Black Forest Lodge, near Kenton, where the Silverton meeting takes place.
The hunt members' race at noon begins the seven-race card and Molland Gayle could add to her winning seasonal debut here in December when she took the restricted under Ian Chanin, beating the even-money favourite Santiago Sun.
Next up is the restricted race for novice riders. Tinker Time ran an impressive race at Wadebridge last weekend, enjoying a clear round to give jockey Laura Scott the second winner of her career.
Laura's mother, and trainer of the horse, Camilla Scott witnessed the partnership winning the hotly-contested division one of the open maiden staying on well to lead home Hugo Where Igo by two and a half lengths. Another entry is the Pauline Harkin owned and trained We Never Give Up, who recently ran a good second at Cottenham and will be suited by the right-handed track.
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The Charles Stanley-sponsored ladies' open could see Surenga take the race for reigning ladies champion rider Jane Williams, the combination having won two ladies' opens at Chaddesley Corbett.
Knight Frank sponsor the men's open. Of the 16 entered, the Stephen Bevan-trained Bobs Law ran second behind Cottage Oak at Barbury in December on ground described as "dead" where many pulled up. Also entered is the Sarah Hawker-trained Jago who has won three chases and three hurdles in Ireland.
The open maiden, sponsored by Wilkinson Grant and Crediton Milling, has already been divided with 22 in each division.
The intermediate race is an additional race to the programme with the winning horse eligible for the Connolly's Red Mills Intermediate final Hunter Chase at Cheltenham on May 1. Of the seven entered, Hall Kelly started his season's campaign well having won a restricted race at Cottenham in November and Molland Gayle may challenge if opting for this race.
The course offers hot refreshments, bar, bookies, trade stands and is well known for being a natural amphitheatre for good viewing. It is located at Kenton, near Exeter, off the A380, postcode EX6 8HR. Entrance is £20 car and passengers, £10 car and single driver.