RACING TV’s GORDON BROWN podcast racing preview for the Greenversity Saints and Sinners Racenight

Jim Goldie is after more success with Jordan Electrics at Hamilton Parks famous Saints & Sinners meeting on Thursday evening. the card, which started in 1965, helps provide finds for over a hundred smaller charities every year and has raised over £2 million since the Saints & Sinners Club of Scotland was founded. Jordan Electrics, who holds the six-furlong track record, faces seven rivals in the Patersons of Greenoakhill Handicap over the five-furlongs. "He had a tremendous season already and these sprinters hold their form pretty well," Goldie said. "We always like to have runners on this card and its all for a very good cause." The opposition includes Mutamanni, a raider for Newmarket handler George Boughey who has won his last two starts at Brighton and Leicester and top-weight and course distance scorer Ganesha. The evening begins with vastly-experienced Serena Brotherton partnering Lindwall in the Greenversity Saints & Sinners Amateur Jockeys' Handicap. In the Hampton by Hilton Hamilton Park Hotel EBF Restricted Maiden Fillies' Stakes, last years winning trainer Richard Fahey is represented by Oisin Orr - ridden Sands of Dubai. Purple Gown, trained on the Northumberland coast by former jump jockey Adam Nicol, shoulders a 5Ib penalty for her recent course and distance strike in the Ecosave Installations Captain J C Stewart Fillies' Handicap.

By Gordon Brown