WIND PLACE AND SHO has had a good holiday since the beginning of March when he dug his toes in at the start at Fakenham. He was due a break anyway and maybe that was his way of telling us! He seems in very good form at home now both physically and mentally so we hope he has put Fakenham behind him. He runs in a 2 mile 1 furlong handicap at Pontefract tomorrow and is drawn 7 of the 13 runners, Ryan Tate takes the ride. He is a course winner at the track and has always run well there so we hope that a return to this course will bring out the best in him once again. On his previous form he would not be without a chance tomorrow.