Right handed, sharp with minor undulations. Generally favours nippy types (though the ground can get testing), plenty of races being won by those who quicken best on the run to the first obstacle in the home straight. Fairly easy fences, with the downhill third last catching out fewer in recent seasons than used to be the case

Aidan Coleman

A quick track and home to some of summer jumping’s highlights, including the Listed Summer Hurdle and Summer Plate Chase. These often favour good ground ex-Flat horses who are well handicapped, Strong travellers find life a lot easier. When the field sling-shot off the final bend and down into the home straight they really quicken away off the front end and, as its flat, they don’t stop. A gear change is imperative here. The Fences are fair, although the first in the straight can prove the trickiest.

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