Flat, left-handed with easy turns. Portable fences take little jumping, though many runners show a tendency to go right in the home straight. Long home straight should, in theory, give hold-up horses plenty of time to recover ground, but when conditions ride on the firm side in the summer months it pays more often than not to race handily. Beware betting on close finishes as camera is situated some way short of winning line.

Aidan Coleman

Probably one of the most galloping tracks available for summer jumpers, with two long home straights where you can measure up your fences, and get into a nice jumping rhythm. All jumps here are the portable type, and as such aren’t particularly stiff. As much as it’s a fairly long way back up the home straight, you really can’t get too far back, especially when the ground is quick on this flat and easy run to the line.

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