SAVAGE BEAUTY WINS MAIDEN

Savage Beauty ran out a nice winner at Newcastle on just her third start. She was always prominent under jockey Connor Murtagh and went second two furlongs from home. She took up the lead and stayed on really strongly to win by three-and-a-half-lengths for owners Ontoawinner.

ROYAL COSMIC WINS MOTHERS RACE

Royal Cosmic won the race at Musselburgh named after her Dam. Cosmic Case was a seven-time winner at the track. She was always in contention under jockey Brian Hughes and lead when travelling really well two from home. She edged left on the run-in but stayed on to win by a length-and-a-quarter for owners and breeders the Cosmic Cases.

We also had a winner of the all-weather at Newcastle. Wasntexpectingthat made it three wins from four starts in the last two months. He was held up by jockey Barry McHugh and made headway over the final two furlongs. They took up the lead and pulled clear to win by two-and-three-quarter-lengths.

LUBEAT FORAS WINS SEDGEFIELD BUMPER

Lubeat Foras ran out the easy winner of the bumper at Sedgefield. He was given a nice ride by Jamie Hamilton. They tracked the leaders and kicked clear on the turn for home. He kept on strongly to win by five-and-a-half-lengths. He looks an exciting prospect for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club.

ANOTHER TOUCH BOOKS FINALS PLACE

Another Touch made it three wins in a row on the all-weather to book his place in the All-Weather Finals at Lingfield over the Easter weekend. Barry McHugh has been in the saddle for all three of the victories and he gave him a lovely patient ride at Newcastle. He had to wait for the gap to open approaching the final furlong but when it did he picked up nicely. He stayed on to well to win by three-quarters-of-a-length for owners Nicholas Wrigley and Kevin Hart.

BENDY SPIRIT PICKS UP FIRST WIN IN STYLE

Bendy Spirit has been knocking on the door all season, being placed five times and he finally picked up his first win at Lingfield. Connor Murtagh was in the saddle and they made all. They kicked on the turn from home and pulled clear from the field. He was eased down to win by four-lengths for owner Alan Tattersall.

JAZZ HANDS GETS 2020 OFF TO PERFECT START

Jazz Hands got the New Year off to the perfect start winning at Southwell. It was his second course and distance win in less than a month. Barry McHugh was in the saddle once again and he was happy to sit and track the leaders. He started to challenge approaching the final furlong and kept on strongly towards the finish to win by three-quarters-of-a-length. A nice 2020 winner for owners Mike Browne and Dee Howe.

NEW YEAR’S EVE LINGFIELD DOUBLE

Another Touch made it two wins in-a-row on the all weather following up his success at Chelmsford with victory at Lingfield. He was given a really nice ride by jockey Barry McHugh. They sat in midfield and made headway on the turn for home. He was always travelling strongly and chased down the leaders. He took up the lead well inside the final furlong and pulled clear to win by two-lengths for owners Nicholas Wrigley and Kevin Hart.

Furzig then handed us the double under Connor Murtagh. He took a keen hold and sat in midfield. He chased down the leaders over the final two furlongs and showed a great attitude to battle his way to the front. He got up on the line to win by a neck for owners Mr and Mrs P Ashton.

BOXING DAY WINNER – ODDS ON OLI

Odds On Oli gave the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club a Boxing Day Winner. Jockey Barry McHugh was in the saddle at Wolverhampton. They chased the leaders and pushed along to make headway two furlongs from home. He ran on strongly over the final furlong and got up to win by half-a-length.

TWO ON THE BOUNCE FOR WASNTEXPECTINGTHAT

Wasntexpectingthat followed up on his success at Newcastle last month with another course and distance win. He was held up towards the rear in the centre group by jockey Barry McHugh. They made headway but were tight for room approaching the final furlong. He was switched right and stayed on really strongly to win by a length-and-a-quarter. He got a warm welcome back by the owners The Good Bad Ugly And Deaf.

JAZZ HANDS THIRD WIN OF THE SEASON

Jazz Hands has been really consistent and picked up his third win of the season at Southwell. He was always in touch under jockey Barry McHugh and pressed the leader halfway from home. The took up the lead a furlong out and stayed on well under pressure to win by a neck for owners Mike Browne and Dee Howe.