Today on Sky Sports Racing: Ey Up Its The Boss returns to Ripon | Racing news

Ripon and Lingfield host the action in the UK on Thursday, with Ey Up Its The Boss aiming for another win over course and distance.

4.20 Ripon – Ey Up Its The Boss Headline Feature

Hey up there, it’s the boss He delivered late on the outside in terms of course and distance by winning a head. He has a 5lb penalty for that win, however valuable 7lb claimer Jack Enright takes weight off him, so he is technically 2lb. Jack Knight replaces David Nolan at the plate this time.

Baryshnikov He’s been a busy guy so far this season with five races under his belt and one win this season to his name. However, on the last day he suffered bitter disappointment at Newmarket. It seems that a return to this course will return him to his old form.

Loyal touch I couldn’t make a step up in class when I was seventh at York two weeks ago, but I should be back among my Class Three peers.

4:30 Lingfield – Dorney Lake to take on Moakadd

The wind operation seemed to help a lot last time for those coached by John and Thady Gosden. Lake Dorney. The son of Ardad won well at Yarmouth on the final day doing everything and dictating from the front. He beat some good rivals that day and hopes to bounce back here with William Buick.

Moakadd was one of those who finished behind Dorney Lake and showed slight improvement at Doncaster behind a good rival. Here he should be outclassed a little, but with another race he will be given a handicap grade. Take a look at The cutestwhich was third over this course and distance when last seen in November.

2.40 Ripon – Replaces the one who is going to win

The one trained by Mark Johnston Substitute He was a comfortable winner in course and distance by beating seven rivals just 11 days ago. This will require more wins, as there are some debutants queuing up.

The son of Amo Racing’s Calyx stands out in the role for having been bred for great early speed. Retained rider David Egan travels to Ripon to ride. George Boughey has a duo of debutantes lining up here, one in the famous Bamford family colours.

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