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News articles by Malcolm Heyhoe

Heyhoe's Daily View: Thursday 5th of March

Malcolm Heyhoe 8:10am, Thu 5 Mar 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeThursday’s sole jumps card at Carlisle is a humdrum affair that leaves a lot to be desired from a punting perspective. Indeed, it is hard to find a selection to enthuse over on a day when the highlight has to be the lunchtime publication of the five-day declarations for next Wednesday’s Queen Mother Champion Chase.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Wednesday 4th of March

Malcolm Heyhoe 5:16pm, Tue 3 Mar 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeIn the countdown to Cheltenham, the jumps action leaves plenty to be desired, but perhaps Henri De Boistron can strike on a dull card at Catterick on Wednesday. The loss of Fontwell’s midweek meeting on the same day has left punters with valuable time to mug up on next week’s Cheltenham Festival action.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Tuesday 2nd of March

Malcolm Heyhoe 8:12am, Tue 3 Mar 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeExeter’s Tuesday card is an interesting one and features the Devon National Handicap Chase (3.30) over a stamina-sapping three and three-quarter miles and despite the anchor of top weight, seasonal debutante Merlin’s Wish is taken to add to his tally of long-distance chase successes.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Monday 2nd of March

Malcolm Heyhoe 8:18am, Mon 2 Mar 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeIt’s desperate stuff over the jumps on Monday with two bottom of the barrel meetings at Fakenham and Southwell. Trainer Lucy Wadham is usually a force to be reckoned with at the former course and she may well have found a winning opportunity for her useful young chaser, Artifice Sivola, in the handicap chase (4.00) at the quaint Norfolk venue.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Tuesday 24th of February

Malcolm Heyhoe 9:17am, Tue 24 Feb 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeRoll on Saturday’s jumps racing might well be the most sensible response to Tuesday’s cards at Catterick and Leicester, but the action is always lively at the latter track and in the first of the two hunter chases (3.20), the tough and consistent Palypso De Creek can follow up his recent Wetherby success.