Weekend Card 28 February

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Edition 130

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Our weekly racing publication featuring news from Marten, Jodie Standing & Ian Carnaby.

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This week’s edition of the Weekend Card contains news from Marten Julian, Jodie Standing and Ian Carnaby.

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Thursday: Ludlow, Newcastle, Southwell & Taunton

Friday: Doncaster, Lingfield Park, Newbury & Newcastle

Saturday: Chelmsford, Doncaster, Kelso, Lingfield Park & Newbury

Sunday: Huntingdon & Sedgefield

Monday: Fakenham, Southwell & Wolverhampton

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In this edition

This week’s edition includes the following features:

The Ante-Post Agenda: Marten recommends two horses for a 100/1-plus each-way double for Cheltenham.

The Weekend Action: Marten’s followers made another profit to level stakes thanks to Molly Carew’s easy 10-length success at Ffos Las on Tuesday.

The Sleeper Section: Currently showing a 46% profit on turnover with just the one qualifier holding four entries over the next few days.

The Premier List Update: Only one horse entered over the next few days, but a handful entered for Cheltenham!

Under The Radar: One interesting entry over the next few days.

Jodie’s Jottings: Jodie found a winning handicap debutant last week and could do the same with Thursday’s selection. She also discusses the chances of a couple at Newbury on Saturday, both of which should be double-figure prices.

Ian Carnaby’s Weekend News: Three good value selections for the weekend.

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