By Gordon Brown
IAIN JARDINE and Keith Dalgleish are both double-handed in the most valuable event on a bumper eight-race card at Musselburgh on Thursday.
Jardine saddles Golden Jeffrey and Tomorrow’s Angel with Dalgleish represented by Sebastian’s Wish and Maulesden May in the Macroberts LLP Handicap over a mile and a half.
“Golden Jeffrey has won over hurdles and on the Flat at Musselburgh so he will always run his race,” Jardine said. “Tomorrow’s Angel is a filly that used to be with David Simcock and she has done well since coming to us last year. She’s gone close on the Flat and over jumps and was only beaten a nose in a juvenile hurdle at Newcastle in January.”
In the Follow @RacingTV On Twitter Handicap a maximum field of 14 lines up as Paul Midgley-trained Twentysvnthlancers bids to repeat his success in the same race last year.
Maurice Barnes, the man who rode Borders-trained Rubstic to victory in the 1979 Grand National, sends out a rare Flat runner from his Cumbrian stable in the shape of Quiet Moment in division two of the Every Race Live On Racing TV.
The mare will be just his second course runner on the level for at least five years although he has recorded six winners on the Flat in the past at the East Lothian venue.
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