Jamie Codd is the king of his local Lingstown

JAMIE CODD will be inm action at his local track at Lingstown today.

Jamie Codd has ridden 70 point-to-point winners at his local track in Lingstown and he will be in action there today (Sunday) in the hope that he can increase his track record. The first race is at 12 noon.
Codd showed that he is a jockey in form at Kirkistown, Co. Down, on Saturday with a fine double.
He was successful on Larry Looby for Norman Geraghty in the five year old geldings maidenin a tight finish and in the final race of the day teamed up with Jim Dreaper for a five lengths victory on first time out Too Wise Men.
There was one Wexford trained winner on the northern card when Allbarone, first time on a track for the Monbeg Syndicate and handler Donnchadh Doyle came four lengths to the good in division two of the nine runner maiden race for four year olds in the hands of Rob James.
Todays four year old maiden has 52 entries, so at least one divide expected, and the five year old geldings maiden has 27 entries, so there is the possibility of a second divide!
The highlight will be the Open Lightweight Race over the famous ‘bank’s course’.

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