FINGERS crossed the frost steers clear of Huntingdon and Doncaster after a barren spell of jumping.

I’ve been sticking to the all weather for much of the week but with a decent card at both the above I’m back over the fences on Friday.

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DUC KAUTO (Huntingdon, 1.35) is no superstar but is on the up against this motley crew.

He was fancied last time out and delivered off a lowly mark of 90, despite doing his best to throw away the win.

I don’t think Plumpton suited him at all and the galloping nature of Huntingdon should play into his hands.

Someone clearly fancied him off a break and a 6lbs rise looks generous in this uninspiring affair.

Robbie Power is over to take the ride on Magic Of Light and jumps on this Colin Tizzard horse to warm himself up for the main one.

He’s only six and still looked clueless when getting to the front at Plumpton. He should have learnt enough and would have one by plenty further if more clued up that day.

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Elsewhere on Friday…

WORLD PREMIER (Huntingdon, 3.45) is going to win a race like this at any moment. He’s too big a price to leave alone here and Ben Pauling has hit some form of late.

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