CENTRAL PARK, which has established itself as the home of hurdle racing as host of the Grand National and Springbok, is to advertise restricted jumps opens in a bid to encourage connections to enter without fear of being pitched in with one of the discipline’s big guns.
Every Wednesday and Sunday meeting from April 19 to the end of May will offer a maiden hurdle for greyhounds yet to win an open in that sphere, plus an open restricted to greyhounds who have not won more than three jumps opens.
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