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THIS WEEK We've unfortunately been hit by a second 'Beast from the East' this week which came in over the weekend and in similar fashion to before left us somewhat stranded!  But thanks to our brilliant and dedicated team we managed to keep all wheels in motion.  And with most of the roads cut off with snow drifts making life fairly tricky get into work, coupled with freezing temperatures it's been a pretty hard graft.  So anyway onwards and upwards.  And since the weather has forced another temporary pause in runners we're all systems go again as our first runner back yesterday landed us straight back in the winners enclosure... Beast Report Release REPORTS Rouge Vif got his career off to the perfect start with an impressive win at Ludlow yesterday.  He jumped off in 3rd position under jockey Gavin Sheehan and went through the race in eye-catching fashion.  The race developed turning for home and Rouge Vif made smooth headway onto the heals of the leader.  He took the lead passing the 2 furlong pole and knuckled down well to win by just over a length.  This was a taking debut from a horse with a very bright future. ENTRIES Cold March is set to switch back to fences at Newbury tomorrow.  He came 3rd at Taunton over hurdles for the yard in January, but hasn’t been seen since because of the testing ground.  He still remains 3lbs above his last winning mark, but he’s in good form at home and ready to run.  This should tell us where we are with him. Cold March Taras Day is set to have her 3rd hurdles start at Huntingdon on Monday.  She missed the break last time at Market Rasen and that put her on the back foot, but she still showed a good attitude and ran all the way to the line.  This track should suit her better and she’s in good form at home.  Hopefully she can produce an improved performance. Tangoed is entered at Market Rasen on Monday and Hereford on Tuesday.  As mentioned in previous bulletins she’s been ready to run for a while and with temperatures rising and the ground drying we are hopeful she will run in the coming days.  She’s in good form at home, she will be suited by the way a handicap is run and we look forward to getting her out again.  Decent ground is very important to her. Perfect Myth is entered at Market Rasen on Monday, but does have other options over the next couple of weeks.  She ran good races on both bumper starts and is capable of being very competitive once again.  Hopefully we can find some better ground for her. Bridge of Cally is set to make his handicap debut at Taunton on Monday.  He has progressed with every start over hurdles this year and now steps into handicap company off a mark of 109.  His form from the last run at Southwell has worked out very well, he’s in good order and he should enjoy the track. Bridge Of Cally Ruby Yeats was set to run at Ffos Las last week but that meeting was lost to the snow.  She has 3 options this week and the first of those is at Hereford on Tuesday.  She lost her confidence over fences at Warwick last time and the switch back to hurdles should suit her.  She’s still attractively handicapped on her best novice form and if she can put her best foot forward she can run well. Ruby Yeats Hoke Colburn holds entries as Warwick on Wednesday and Haydock on Thursday.  He was a good winner on his penultimate start at Southwell in the autumn, but got stuck in tacky ground at Huntingdon last time out.  He still looks reasonably handicapped and granted some better ground he should progress again.  He is one who we will carry on running into the summer. Until next week...