Five runners today at Yarmouth, Lingfield & Kempton

We send out five runners today across the country starting with Swindler at Yarmouth in the novice over six furlongs. He failed by the narrowest of margins at Windsor on debut and we are hopeful he can go one better this afternoon. He is drawn in stall 4 of 7 and will be ridden by William Buick. James Fanshawe's filly looks potentially very good and Ed Vaughan's colt cost a lot of money so could be anything but Swindler is a nice horse and will give them plenty to think about. 

Padmavati (pictured below), a very well bred daughter of New Approach, makes her debut at Lingfield in division two of the seven furlong novice. She will no doubt need further in time but has shown up well at home and we are hoping for a promising start to her career. She is drawn in stall 9 of 11 and will be ridden by Liam Keniry. 

Molls Memory has done little wrong so far and deserves to win a race. She heads to Kempton for a handicap over six furlongs, she is drawn in stall 2 of 10 and will also be ridden by Liam Keniry. This looks a good opportunity for her, from a good draw and hopefully she can get off the mark. 

Hombre Casado also runs at Kempton this evening, he has won a couple of races this year but I feel he is capable of better so I am hoping he will put his best foot forward having been gelded. He runs in the mile handicap, is drawn in stall 1 of 9 and will be ridden by Liam Keniry. 

Finally Toshima makes his belated debut at Kempton in the novice over a mile and three furlongs, he is a very slow maturing son of Sea The Stars. He is very babyish and backward but will hopefully run with promise this evening. He is drawn in stall 4 of 11 and will be ridden by Liam Keniry.