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Tom Scudamore: “Grangeclare Glory could be my best ride of the weekend”

| 26.02.2021

Coral ambassador previews his weekend rides

Our man takes us through his rides at Kempton on Saturday and Fontwell on Sunday.


Kempton 13.15 – White Moon

He promised an awful lot a couple of years ago. He obviously has had his issues but I hope he can take another step in the right direction here.

Kempton 15.35 – Slate House

He is a Grade 1 winner over course and distance. Things haven’t gone right for him since then, but he will be suited by the drying ground. He showed signs of a revival last time. He is dangerously handicapped and if he is back to near his best you can’t rule him out.

Kempton 16.10 – Eden Du Houx

He has been slightly disappointing so far over fences. He’s had bits and pieces of form but hasn’t quite hit the heights we were hoping for. Hopefully he will appreciate the better ground. He is another one that has a lot of ability. He just hasn’t quite transferred it to fences yet.


Fontwell 14.10 – The Crooner

He was only just touched off at the track last Thursday and he would look to have a very good chance.

Fontwell 14.40 – Duc De Beauchene

He was a bit disappointing around Haydock and a small field might help him, but he has to improve on what he showed last week.

Fontwell 16.10 – Grangeclare Glory

He has improved with every run this season. He was a really pleasing third last time around Doncaster. He could be my best ride of the whole weekend.




Tom Scudamore

Tom Scudamore is a third-generation British flat and steeplechase jockey. He is the son of eight-time champion jockey Peter Scudamore; his grandfather Michael won the Grand National on Oxo in 1959. Tom provides Coral with all the latest insight and thoughts on his next rides.