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Culpeper

Nicholas. 1616--54, English herbalist and astrologer; his unauthorized translation (1649) of the College of Physicians' Pharmacopoeia and his Herbal (1653) popularized herbalism
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Colepeper looked to be on the road back when beaten just under a length on the Kempton all-weather and it is intriguing that Johnston has opted to drop back to a sprint trip with this Cambridgeshire entry.
Lining up in the Food Festival Launches Here 1st September Handicap tomorrow, Colepeper is certainly one to watch as he makes the long trip from Mark Johnston's Middleham base.
Lining up in the Food Festival Launches Here 1st September Handicap, Colepeper is certainly one to watch as he makes the long trip from Mark Johnston's Middleham base.
40 Ascot Sporting (50:30:20:10) 10-13 Redford, 6-8 Axiom, Kakatosi, Sarasota Sunshine, 5-7 Side Glance, 4-6 Rulesn'regulations, Noble Citizen, 3-5 St Moritz, Suruor, Gramercy, 2-4 Acrostic, Castles In The Air, Mia's Boy, Wannabe King, Treadwell, Citrus Star, Advanced, Swift Gift, Colepeper, Imperial Guest, 1-3 Jimmy Styles, Navajo Chief, Golden Desert, Gallagher, Light From Mars, Lowdown, Bonnie Charlie, Kyllachy Star, Marajaa.
Colepeper was a length behind Navajo Chief at Doncaster last time and is 6lb better off with that rival.
It is not known whether Sheikh Mohammed's son Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum has enjoyed the delights of Brighton but his horses certainly have, as a double with the Mark Johnstontrained pair Secretive and Colepeper took his record to seven winners from 14 runners in the last five seasons.
Gunner Lindley was fourth, beaten a near-identical distance to when he was sixth to Balducci in the Silver Bowl at Haydock, and fifth-placed Colepeper was defeated by a far greater margin than in other fair handicaps this season.
30 Newmarket 32Red Casino Handicap 1m C4/RUK Card page 62 Key stat Andrew Balding (Highland Knight) has a 28 per cent strike-rate (5-18) in 3yo handicaps at Newmarket in the last five seasons What they say Mark Johnston, trainer of Sea Lord, Colepeper and Karaka Jack "Sea Lord was very impressive at the Curragh, but his penalty takes his weight to 10st, so Amy Ryan claims off him on her first ride for us.
Aware of the stamina question surrounding Hamdan Al Maktoum's three-year-old, Johnston organised a demanding 7f gallop with 95-rated stablemate Colepeper, at the end of which Awzaan was firmly in control.
Mark Johnston maintained his fine record in the opening juvenile maiden - he had won it three times in the past six years, and the well-backed 7-4 favourite Colepeper made it four from seven when making all the running under Greg Fairley.
Under Robert Winston, the juvenile eventually got the better of promising newcomer Colepeper in the 6f maiden.