SOHCAHTOA made a winning return from a break at Wolverhampton earlier this month and should follow up on his return to Dunstall Park in the coral.co.uk Handicap.
The seven-year-old enjoyed a decent year after joining David Barron at the start of last season, with a narrow verdict at Musselburgh supplemented by clutch of placed efforts.
Returning from just over three months off, the seven-year-old travelled well and finished strongly to record the first all-weather victory of his career almost three weeks ago.
Exning Halt should finally find the bullseye in the Free Bets Galore At bookmakers.co.uk Maiden Stakes.
Norton trainer John Quinn’s four-year-old is proving a frustrating horse to follow, finishing in the first three on five of his ten starts but failing to get his head in front.
That said, he has been running consistently to a mark in the 70s in handicaps of late and if he can run to a similar figure on his return to maiden company, he will surely come home in front.
The Wolverhampton meeting goes ahead after passing a 6.30am inspection, but Kempton was abandoned due to ice crystals on the track.
2.35 Strong Man, 3.05 Sohcahtoa, 3.35 Devout, 4.05 Imprimis Tagula, 4.35 Harvest Mist, 5.05 Exning Halt, 5.35 Noble Jack.
The meeting at Kempton was abandoned.
Tomorrow’s meetings: Lingfield (inspection 2pm today) and Wolverhampton.
The meetings at Wetherby and Leicester have been abandoned.