Paul Webber's Midlands base was the destination for our Gallops Reporter on Thursday and Cantlow was among those working.
By Gallops Reporter. Last Updated: February 28, 2013 1:42pm
Cantlow: One of those working
KOOLALA worked well at Cropredy this morning ahead of an important Sandown date on March 9, with Paul Webber targeting both her and DEFINITELY GLAD at a valuable mares' race on Imperial Cup day.
Impressive when scoring on her Lingfield debut, Koolala has subsequently put in some pleasing work on grass at Edgcote and seems in particularly good order.
Definitely Glad also pleased in her breezes up the all-weather strip this morning and has scope for a bit of improvement.
She was accompanied by handicap chaser MARLEY ROCA, who will appreciate better ground if going to Southwell next week.
The gelding usually runs well when fresh off a break.
RESOURCEFUL MISS has been a shade unlucky not to put her name on the scoresheet and was another to look well in herself as she came up the strip with Cheltenham-bound CANTLOW.
The last-named horse has no fewer than five engagements at the Festival but a final decision on where he goes will not be made until closer to Cheltenham.
SEPTEMBER BLAZE showed improved form to trouble the judge at Doncaster last time and seems to have gone forward for that outing as she heads back to that track.
REPEAT BUSINESS was the other galloper as this duo traversed the all-weather twice.
LADY KATHLEEN tackles a two-miler at Doncaster having been unlucky not to win so far this season.
That galloping track should suit her and make a note of Newbury-bound HONOUR A PROMISE, who has shown promise and did so again when accompanying her this morning.
Two interesting horses yet to run for the stable are GRAVITATE, who was with John Gosden, and the good looking RHAPANDO, by the late Hernando. Both looked happy in their breezes this morning.