Jim Crowley back on Wednesday
There is no danger of Jim Crowley easing his way back into action after he was booked to take seven rides on Wednesday.
Jim Crowley will be back in competitive action on Wednesday
Crowley has been sidelined by injury since being brought down from Electrify in the four-horse pile-up at Kempton in late October that led to Freddy Tylicki suffering paralysis from the waist down.
The champion jockey makes his comeback aboard the Jeremy Noseda-trained Ettu, who appears to hold strong claims in the second division of the 32Red Casino EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Lingfield.
He then rides Miss Tiger Lily, Pool House and Adalene heading to Kempton's twilight fixture for a further three mounts.
Crowley was last month named as the new first-choice jockey for leading owner Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum, replacing Paul Hanagan.
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