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NTom Scudamore continued his red-hot form at Uttoxeter, riding three winners to add to his brace at Chepstow on Wednesday.
nTom Queally's appeal against a four-day ban for dropping his hands on fifth-placed Catch The Wind at Bath last week will be heard by the Jockey Club today.
NTOM Kite kept alive his slim hopes of the Charles Schwab Cup with an eight-under-par 64 to lead after the opening round of the $1 million Charles Schwab Cup Championship in the United States.
nTom Huntley, formerly at Catford, is to join the Wimbledon racing office.
nTom Bein was injured against Rotherham but may make the line-up.
nTom Tun gave Julie Craze her fourth winner of the campaign when narrowly taking the maximum-field sprint under Terry Lucas.
nTom Jenks was taken to Worcester General Hospital for a precautionary x-ray to check if he had broken any ribs after a heavy fall from Mr Darcy in Ella Falls's race.
nTom Beston and Bernard Bargh, joint-owners of the Mick Easterby-trained Time Maite, were on the celebration trail after seeing their bargain-buy land a head success over Petit Tor in the six-furlong claimer.
nTOM SIDDALL faces a mandatory three weeks on the sidelines after he was knocked out in a fall from Michael Finnegan, trained by his mother Lynn, in the Selby Conditional Jockeys' Novices' Handicap Hurdle on the same card.
nTom McLaughlin, grasping his opportunities with both hands, came in for lavish praise from Nick Littmoden after getting Dryad up to beat The Woodcock and Tahaayer by a head and a neck in the six-furlong classified stakes, writes Tom O'Ryan.
nTom Magnier rode his second winner when partnering newcomer Leopard Rock, owned by his mother, Sue and trained by Tony Mullins, to a one-length win in the bumper.