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BUSY SATURDAY AT HAYDOCK, BEVERLEY & CATTERICK
We've got another busy Saturday with runners at three different tracks. Here's my thoughts on their chances.
Brotherly Company is first up at Haydock in the Betfred Supports Jack Berry House Handicap. He’s a horse we like and I was a fraction disappointed with his last run at Newmarket. I think he should be competitive off a mark of 80 and we’ll see what happens here.

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PATRICK TAKES FIRST HANDICAP

Three year old sprinter Patrick took on a field of experienced handicappers at Nottingham on Tuesday. After breaking his maiden first time out in January on the all-weather at Lingfield he has continued to impress and with his 2 ¼ length win at Nottingham under George Chaloner looks an exciting prospect for the connections Mr and Mrs Riney.

ROBIN PARK WINS ON SEASON DEBUT

Armstrong home-bred Robin Park won convincingly on her season debut at Nottingham. Jockey Paddy Mathers soon took up the running on the stands rail and with a strong challenge from the centre running pair of Absolute Champion and Cumbrianna 2 furlongs from home it looked like it might be a tight race but within the final furlong Robin Park kicked on from the competition to comfortably win by 4 lengths.

Meanwhile up at Newcastle Tony Hamilton partnered another Armstrong home-bred to second place coming with a strong late run Euxton just couldn’t close the distance between her and the front running Soie D’Leau. Obsidian ran gamely in the S V Rutter Handicap to claim a third for Tony Hamilton.

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BIRCHWOOD IMPRESSIVE AT NEWBURY

Birchwood won the opening race the Olympic Glory Conditions Stakes on Lockinge day. Looking around the parade ring there looked to be some very nice horses and Birchwood was sent off at 11 to 1. He travelled well and although jockey Ryan Moore did run into the traffic once he was switched he found a bit more and pulled clear to win by a length and a half. That started a fantastic day for Ryan who went on to win 5 races on the card, meaning he also got 5 watches which was the prize for the winning jockey in each race.

JEANIE'S FIRST PLACE AT THIRSK

Jeanie's Place won on her debut at Thirsk under jockey Tony Hamilton. Although still a little bit green, once she got the hang of things she won impressively.

Birchwood . and . Jeanie's Place

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Recent Winners

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May
Date Horse Racecourse Race Owner Jockey
22/05/2015 Modernism Pontefract Class 4 Handicap Dr Marwan Koukash George Chaloner
21/05/2015 Patrick (IRE) Nottingham Class 4 Handicap Mrs A M Riney George Chaloner
19/05/2015 Robin Park Nottingham Class 5 Handicap David W Armstrong Paddy Mathers
18/05/2015 Third Time Lucky (IRE) Leicester John Fernley Handicap The Musley Bank Patnership Paul Hanagan
18/05/2015 Lexington Bay Southwell Amateur Riders Classified Claiming Stakes Keith Denham & Tony Denham Miss A Deniel
16/05/2015 Jeanie's Place Thirsk Maiden Fillies' Stakes Crown Select Tony Hamilton
16/05/2015 Birchwood (IRE) Newbury Olympic Glory Conditions Stakes David W Armstrong Ryan Moore
15/05/2015 Dusky Queen York EBF Stallions Frank Whittle Stakes Mrs H Steel Samantha Bell
13/05/2015 Don't Touch Newcastle Maiden Stakes (Class 5) Nicholas Wrigley & Kevin Hart Tony Hamilton
12/05/2015 Thorkhill Star (IRE) Beverley Maiden Stakes (Class 5) Middleham Park Racing Tony Hamilton