James Eustace saddles two runners at different tracks tomorrow and both have a chance. WESTER ROSS heads for Newbury to contest the 2 mile apprentice handicap. He will be ridden by William Carson who knows him well from riding him at home. Hopefully the ground will ease to good or even good to soft as rain is forecast. He goes on fast ground but prefers to get his toe in these days. He ran well at Salisbury last week but didn't really get into the race after being a bit keen in the early stages. Tomorrow's contest is the type of race he could run well in.
Tomorrow evening at Kempton, LORD OF THE DANCE has a chance in the 7 furlong median auction maiden. He has sharpened up from his first run of the season at Wolverhampton where he ran well to finish third. That was his first run after a long break so if he improves from that run he has a definite chance tomorrow. He is well drawn in 9 of the 12 runners.