Left handed, tight. Favours handy types, with prominently-ridden horses at an advantage more often than not. Fences pose few problems. Very short run-in on hurdles course means the lead very rarely changes hands from the last.

Aidan Coleman

A real summer jumping favourite in the west country, and is always well attended with holiday makers so it has a real buzz about the place. It’s a tight left-handed track and, as such, suits a strong traveller. Slow horses struggle a bit around here and, when you get behind, it can be hard to pass horses again on the tight bends and short run-in. Fences and hurdles can come at you pretty quickly if you’re on the wrong type of horse, so a handy front-running type is always what you want to be on around here.

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