Reveley's Cross Border Raid At Kelso?
KEITH REVELEY has his eye on some prize money at Kelso's penultimate card of the spring with Night In Milan spear-heading his trio of Saltburn raiders at the borders venue.
The recent all-the-way course and distance winner is among the eleven runners for the Bedmax Handicap Chase (for the Haddington Jubilee Cup).
Reveley, who has son James booked for his three representatives, said: "Night In Milan loves Kelso but this is a competitive race for decent money. He will like the ground and, if he's in the form same as last time, he'd have a squeak. He also won a nice chase round Kelso this time last year."
The first in action for the Cleveland trainer is three-time hurdle winner Robbie, who makes his debut over fences in the opening Aver Chartered Accountants Novices' Chase.
Reveley added: "He's a smashing horse and loves fast ground. It's his first chase but he's schooled well at home and I just hope for a safe round and that he gets a nice experience. We're up against a decent horse in Jack The Gent who has already shown he's pretty useful."
I Got Power is one of five newcomers in the bumper which is sponsored by Douglas Pryde, co-owner of Grand National hero Auroras Encore.
"I like this horse and we've had him since he was a foal," his trainer said. "He seems to go nicely but you never k now until you run them."
Provided by Gordon Brown