TATLISU 195th WINNER OF SEASON

It was fantastic to see Tatlisu get his head back in front at Wolverhampton. He was always in contention under apprentice jockey Sebsatian Woods and made headway over the final two furlongs. He was switched left over the final furlong and showed a great attitude to stay on and win by a neck for owners Middleham Park Racing.

POWERFUL SOCIETY DOMINATES CLAIMING STAKES

Powerful Society put in an eye-catching display to win the claiming stakes at Southwell. He was slowly away which meant jockey Barry McHugh had to take the long way around, sitting widest of all. The two-year-old filly Power filly was always travelling strongly and started to challenge over the final two furlongs. When she had the lead she stayed on strongly to win by two-and-a-half-lengths for owners Crown Select.

 

WINDSOR CROSS WINS ON THIRD START

Windsor Cross made all at Newcastle to win on just his third start. The Camacho gelding was always travelling well under jockey Tony Hamilton and they never looked like being beaten. They were the obvious winner two furlongs from home and stayed on to win by a length-and-a-half for owner Alan Harte.

GABRIAL STARS ON ALL-WEATHER

Gabrial’s Star seems to have found a new lease for life on the all-weather. The eight-year-old tracked the leaders at Southwell under jockey Tony Hamilton. He was always travelling really strongly and he took up the lead approaching the final furlong. He stretched clear to win by a very impressive eleven-lengths for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

ENROLMENT PICKS UP FIRST WIN

Enrolment showed a great attitude to pick up her first win at Newcastle on just her fourth start. She was held up by jockey Paul Hanagan and started to make headway approaching the final furlong. She kept on strongly and battled with Move It Move It as they approached the line. She got up to win by a head for Cheveley Park Stud. Chris and Annie Richardson may have been at the Breeders’ Cup but that didn’t stop them watching the win.

SUNNUA WINS FOR RACING CLUB

It was great to see Sunnua finally get her head back in front at Nottingham. She was given a really nice ride by apprentice Seb Woods. There was plenty of pace and Seb was happy to sit in mid-division and track the leaders. She always looked to be travelling well and she was switched right approaching the final two furlongs to get a clear run. She chased the leaders and quickened well. She stayed on strongly to win by two-and-a-half lengths for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club.

50 INDIVIDUAL TWO-YEAR-OLD WINNERS

We sent out our 50th individual two-year-old winner when Aljady won on debut at Redcar. The Bated Breath colt tracked the leaders under jockey Adam McNamara. They challenged a furlong out and stayed on well to win by half-a-length for owners Al Shaqab Racing.

We also handed Cheveley Park Stud their 50th winner of the season when Clubbable got her head in front after six placed efforts. She tracked the leader under jockey Paul Hanagan and despite hanging left over a furlong out took up the lead and stayed on to win by half-a-length.

We doubled up in the very next race and it was another valuable plus 10 bonus – this time it was the turn of Maybride. Paul was in the saddle once again and they sat just off the pace. She was switched for a run and as soon as she got some daylight she pulled clear over the final furlong to win by an impressive four-lengths. It was a great day for the fillies’ sire Mayson who ended up having three winners on the card.

PICTURE NO SOUND WINS AT NEWBURY

Picture No Sound made it fifth time lucky when winning in style at Newbury. The Dark Angel colt sat behind the leaders under jockey Adam McNamara. He was always travelling strongly and was second approaching the final furlong. He pulled clear of his rivals and stayed on well to win by two-and-three-quarter-lengths. He now heads to the sales.

GANGLAND PICKS UP FIRST WIN

Gangland has been running consistently this season finishing second three times but it was great to see him get his head in front at Yarmouth. He was always in touch under jockey David Nolan and switched left approaching the final furlong. He stayed on strongly and got up to win by half a length for owners Merchants & Missionaries. He now heads to the horse and training sales next week.

BALLESTEROS WINS AT WINDSOR

Our good strike rate at Windsor continues with Ballesteros winning well. He was sent off the odds on favourite and was always travelling strongly under Paul Hanagan. He had the lead a furlong out and pulled clear to win by a length-and-three-quarters for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.