Feast of Racing - on a Day Fit for Heroes; Redcar Hosts Help for Heroes Event

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Feast of Racing - on a Day Fit for Heroes; Redcar Hosts Help for Heroes Event


REDCAR stages another feast for punters tomorrow as the course pays tribute to the country's military heroes.

Tomorrow's meeting will feature a parade of military personnel and an exit collection for the Help For Heroes charity.

On the track, there is a bumper eight-race card as part of the Sky Bet Go Racing In Yorkshire Summer Festival, which started at Ripon yesterday, concluding at Pontefract on July 30. Redcar's feature race is the Sky Bet Go Racing In Yorkshire Summer Festival Handicap at 4.30pm and Paul Midgley's recent Doncaster winner Art Obsession will be fancied to go in again under Paul Mulrennan.

The meeting starts at 2pm with a competitive twoyear-old race, featuring a couple of southern raiders in Hugo Palmer's recent Yarmouth runner-up Arbalet and Brian Meehan's Barbarianatthegate. Mark Johnston's Falmouth Light won first time up at Sandown before finishing last of four at Leicester when a hot favourite but is worth another chance.

Sir Michael Stoute always needs to be watched when he sends a runner to Redcar and his Flourishing was an impressive winner at Chester last time, beating Richard Fahey's Greenview Paradise easily. …

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