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(From The Journal)
C ALAHONDA can make the most of a switch back to the all-weather in the digibet Casino Handicap (London Mile Qualifier) at Kempton.
The four-year-old has in the past proved her mettle on turf, but with three of her five wins coming on the sand, it is probably fair to say she is a better performer on artificial surfaces. However, she still showed plenty of ability back on turf when second at Windsor last time, just failing to find the necessary extra gear to catch Ela Gorrie Mou.
Calahonda had previously shrugged off two disappointing runs for Paul d'Arcy when winning a Wolverhampton claimer and while this race …