If consistency is rewarded then GLENDUN deserves to get his head in front over hurdles at Stratford tomorrow. He ran another very good race at Southwell recently finishing second again. The race tomorrow is a very similar type of race so he must have every chance. He has to carry top weight and at some point we would like to try him in a better grade of race where he would not have to give weight away to the big strong National Hunt bred horses. This race tomorrow looked an ideal race for him though and it has divided so we hope he can run another good race. Jack Quinlan, who knows him so well, once again takes the ride on him.