Kowloon looking to bag career’s first victory at Exeter on 20th March, 2012

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Kowloon looking to bag career’s first victory at Exeter on 20th March, 2012 
Kowloon is one of the strongest runners to compete in the Visit The Newly Refurbished Desert Orchid Restaurant Novices’ Handicap Hurdle, scheduled to take place at Exeter on 20th March, 2012.
He will be competing against All For Cash, Arctic Watch, Sea Saffron, Fitobust, Be Kind, Mysortofman, and Daarth over 2 miles, 7 furlongs and 110 yards for £1,949.
The son of Flemensfirth, out of mare, Kouron, has shown great degree of progression in his last two races.

Trainer Warren Greatrex’s hard work has finally started to show on the track.  
After finishing eighth in the E B F “National Hunt” Novices’ Hurdle Qualifier at Newbury on 14th December, 2011, the six-year-old gelding started 2012 in a rather impressive manner.
Coupled with Noel Fehily, he finished fourth in the Docker Hughes Memorial Novices’ Handicap Hurdle at Fontwell, on 12th January, 2012.

This was a remarkable improvement for the runner. The effort made his connections hopeful for the next race.
With his improving speed and racing strategy, he did not disappoint them.

He entered the Bathwick Tyres Bridgwater Handicap Hurdle with odds of 16 to 1, and finished as a runner-up, falling 2 ¼ lengths behind the winner at Taunton, on 21st
February, 2012.
Since he has improved this season, it looks like he is one of the strongest contenders in this line-up, looking to give a solid performance.
After sustaining an injury in the Bathwick Tyres Bridgwater Handicap Chase on 18th Febraury, 2012, at Wincanton, Sea Saffron turned in a steady performance in the Betfair. For Better Odds Handicap Chase at Fontwell on 7th March,
The eleven-year-old gelding finished fourth by a head’s margin to the third place finisher, Try Catch Me.
The son of Sea Raven, out of mare, Saffron Lake, will be aiming for the top prize as his form has been improving under the training of Susan Gardner.
The Dai Williams trained bay mare, Be Kind will also be competing in this race.

The six-year-old mare’s performances looks promising as she finished fourth in the Lindley Catering Novices’ Handicap Hurdle at Chepstow, on 10th March, 2012.
According to bettors’ speculations, it looks like Kowloon will emerge victorious in this race.

His performances keep getting better and better with every race.

The punters will be keeping a close eye on this one as his chances of winning this race seem promising.

He has never accomplished a first place finish in his career, and this may be a perfect chance for him to put an end to this adverse record.
The second place is likely to be acquired by Sea Saffron, to be followed closely by Be Kind.
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