Nick is joined by Daily Mirror journalist David Yates to discuss the news and events from around the racing world. They lead with another spellbinding performance from the novice hurdler Constitution Hill in Saturday’s Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown Park, and speculate as to whether it would be sensible to separate him from his stablemate Jonbon at the Cheltenham Festival. Nick talks to the winner’s delighted breeder, Sally Noott. Nick and Dave also discuss the new Quality Jump Racing Review Group, more details of which emerged today, and are joined by Levy Board CEO Alan Delmonte to talk through how some of the aspirations might receive funding. Dave reveals that Easysland is now in training with Jonjo O’Neill, while trainer Jeremy Scott drops in to outline plans for stable star Dashel Drasher, which could involve Kempton Park this weekend, and to give a positive bulletin on rider Matt Griffiths as he continues his recovery from an horrendous car accident last year.