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Preview: Minehead Harriers & West Somerset 0

Preview: Minehead Harriers & West Somerset

Leading trainer Jack Barber holds the key to Saturday’s Minehead Harriers & West Somerset Mixed Open with Benedictus and consistent mare Posh Totty. Benedictus won his first three races this season, including the Coronation Gold Cup, one of Pointing’s four classic races, before staying on but never threatening What A Laugh in the Lady Dudley Cup. Posh Totty has finished in the frame in her six 2015 outings, including two wins at Badbury Rings.

Potential opposition includes Fiulin, who got the better of the Barber-trained Kostaquarta at Stafford Cross, Laura Claydon’s King’s Bench, winner of two of his five outings last season, 2014 corresponding race winner Rush’N’Roll, Cotley Hunt race winner Steeltown and Level Spirit, who is on a hat-trick after two Flete Park successes. The Jack Barber selected’ runner is the selection. The Kayley Woollacott-trained Jepeck can continue owner Jon Pike’s marvellous season by making it five 2015 wins in the Confined.

The nine entries include Jepeck’s enigmatic stable companion Robin Will, Bathwick Scanno, who brought up Will Biddick’s half-century at the Devon & Somerset (DSSH) here last weekend, and Wadebridge winner Supreme Danehill, but former top hurdler Cockney Trucker, a Charlton Horethorne open race winner in March, looks the danger. Bathwick Scanno and Cockney Trucker are among the 19 entries for the Novice Riders race, along with course specialist Eslin Bridge and the Zoe Hammond-trained The Ferbane Man. Lara Mahon may seek to consolidate her lead in the National Novice Lady Riders table aboard The Magherally Man, a Holnicote winner in 2012 and unbeaten in five 2015 outings for trainer Tim Eades before being overturned at Littlewindsor on Monday.

The Magherally Man gets the vote ahead of Hedley Webb’s Loose Preformer, denied a four-timer when caught on the flat by Maxi Chop in a high class Axe Vale contest, and Brackenwood, who gave the principals a run for their money in the same event. Crackacan is fancied to follow up last weekend’s Maiden race success in the Restricted. On Your Max, pulled up at Stafford Cross, and Steel Brush, second when sent off favourite for the DSSH Hunt race, can bounce back from disappointing efforts by completing the placings.

Swingbridge can follow up his recent Whitfield and Lockinge successes by completing a hat-trick in the Intermediate. Keith Prichard’s Prince Eleanor looks the danger if travelling from Wales. The 2014 winner Took My Eye, who landed a two-horse contest here on Sunday, can follow up in the Hunt race, with Carrickmines the one for the forecast.

San Satiro refused at Stafford Cross but can make amends in the 16-entry Maiden. The afternoon begins with a charity flat race in aid of the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance at 1pm, followed by seven point-to-point races from 2pm. The course is just off the A39, 3 miles W of Minehead and 2 miles E of Porlock (TA24 8TE).

Admission: 20 per car; 10 single occupant.

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NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Police say a man drove a truck off the second story of a Leesburg parking garage. Updated at 12:22 PM EDT on Friday, May 29, 2015 An 85-year-old man drove a pickup truck off the second level deck of a Leesburg, Virginia, parking garage Thursday, landing on two empty picnic benches, according to Leesburg police. The man had minor injuries; no one else was injured in the crash, Leesburg police said.

Police charged the driver, Rattan J. Bhatia, of Hillsboro, Virginia, with reckless driving. They said the 1994 Ford Ranger was being driven at a “high rate of speed” in the parking garage.

The crash occurred around 1 p.m. at the Town of Leesburg’s Parking Garage at 25 West Market Street. Leesburg police said the pickup truck drove over a curb before launching through a “metal barricade and brick facade.” Police are asking anyone who witnessed the crash to call 703-771-4500.

Published at 2:54 AM EDT on May 29, 2015