Reinsman Tom Ison has secured seven drives at the Tamworth harness meeting on Thursday afternoon and will be hoping to retain his form from last week's meeting.
Ison notched three wins in his track return after a six-week suspension.
"It was a relaxing feeling while I was off but I did miss that winning feeling," said Ison, who celebrated his 23rd birthday last week.
Last week his first win was behind Mollidor, who was on debut for his father and trainer, Andy Ison., in taking out The Longyard Hotel Pace.
On Thursday, Mollidor will commence from the one barrier in the Like Tamworth HRC on Facebook Ladyship Pace.
"She handled the track well here," Ison said of last week's win.
Another of his winners last week was behind stablemate Our Roys Dream, who will line up from the eight barrier in the Portable Horse Stables Tamworth Pace on Thursday.
It was Ison's first drive behind Alta Christiano gelding Our Roys Dream, who was having his third start for the stables.
"When we straightened up off the final turn, he had enough kick to put his head in front," he said.
Our Roys Dream had a head win over Right Time (Jemma Coney), making it two wins from three starts for the stables.
Ison's other drives on Thursday are behind Limousine Life, Sir Macador, It Aint Royal, Hasler, and Overthemoon from the Ison stables.
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