Exeter races - Weds Jan 28

PUBLISHED: 16:00 27 January 2009 | UPDATED: 22:56 15 June 2010

Racecourse Exeter - INSPECTION AT 8AM - check media before leaving home Type Jump First Race Time 1.10pm - INSPECTION AT 8AM Notable Jockeys A family affair tomorrow with Joe Tizzard riding for his father Colin & Hadden Frost, a successful

Racecourse Exeter - INSPECTION AT 8AM - check media before leaving homeType JumpFirst Race Time 1.10pm - INSPECTION AT 8AMNotable Jockeys A family affair tomorrow with Joe Tizzard riding for his father Colin & Hadden Frost, a successful graduate from pony racing who is set to follow in the footsteps of his father and rides for the Grand National winning jockey Jimmy FrostSam Thomas 2008 Gold Cup winning riderRuby Walsh Champion Irish jockey and previous winner of the Grand National and Cheltenham Gold CupTimmy Murphy 2008 Grand National winning jockeyNotable Horses Mungo Jerry (1.10pm) doesn't just run well "in the summertime", he won this race last year at 33/1.Big Eared Fran (4.05pm) went off 4th favourite for the Grade 1 Champion Bumper at Cheltenham last year.Leading Contender (2.55pm) lined up for the Champion Bumper two years earlier, and won last time out at the same course in a high quality handicap hurdle, though that was over a year ago.The Alners trained winner of the 2.20pm race last year & this year run Laudamus.Feature Race Book Raceday Hospitality On 01392 832599 Handicap Chase 2.20pmBecome a member at Exeter Beginners Chase 2.55pmAdmission prices Haldon Premier Badge - £18, Grandstand & Paddock Badge - £13. Children admitted FREE. Car parking is free.Other Information There is a free bus service from Exeter direct to the racecourse


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