IT'S been a busy November so far for Jennie Candlish's horse racing stables in the Staffordshire Moorlands.
The Basford Grange yard near Leek tonight (Nov 13) will be sending out its 25th runner for the month when Mutaabeq heads to Wolverhampton for a flat race on the all-weather surface.
The five-year-old was previously owned by of one of British racing's richest supporters, Hamdan Al Maktoum, but now runs in the colours of Glen's Fools 2.
Mustaabeq will be seeking its first win since joining Team Candlish from the Marcus Tregoning yard in June this year.
The gelding goes in the concluding 8.15 handicap at Wolvehampton run over 1m 1f.
It will be welcome much shorter trip for the Candlish travelling stable staff, who have journeyed as far north as Ayr in Scotland and as far south as Sandown Park in Surrey in the past fortnight.
Shane Grey takes the ride again on Mutaabeq after finishing a close 50/1 third on the horses's last outing at Chelmsford on October 29.
Team Candlish will be bidding for their third winner in consecutive days this week after successes at Bangor-on-Dee and Sedgefield for jumpers Mint Condition and For Jim.
Picture: Trainer Jennie Candlish could have more to smile about tonight.