Thunder going down a storm
Thunderstorm looked in good order as he prepared to make it four wins in four runs at Market Rasen on Sunday.
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THUNDERSTORM looked in peak form in his final breeze ahead of the two-and-a-half-mile handicap hurdle at Market Rasen tomorrow.
The prolific scorer will be attempting to stretch his unbeaten run to four and has delighted Philip Hobbs since his latest triumph.
Tony McCoy will be on board and it will take something special to stop the JP McManus-owned gelding.
CHELTENIAN is a fascinating member of the Hobbs string that is due to return from the injury list next week.
All things being equal, the Cheltenham Bumper winner of two seasons back will debut over hurdles at Taunton on Tuesday.
He was very highly regarded before injury halted his progress up the ladder.
However, he is considered well forward and looked ready for a return in his latest piece of stronger work up the steep woodchip all-weather.
JAYANDBEE is a handicap chaser that should go well if he runs next week.
Watch out for him in a conditional jockeys' race at Ludlow after he looked in good form in his stretch today.
PISTOL seems to have taken yesterday's Sandown run in his stride.
He has come back and eaten up and looks one of the stable's stronger candidates for Cheltenham.