STREET LIFE WINS AGAIN

Street Life followed up on his success at Newcastle last week with another victory, this time at Southwell. Sean Davis was in the saddle and tracked the leaders. They made headway and took the lead approaching the furlong pole. They kept on well to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

SILVER DUST PICKS UP FIRST WIN

Silver Dust picked up his first win for the Far Corner Partnership. He was always in touch at Kempton under jockey Tony Hamilton. They had the lead a furlong out and stayed on really strongly to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths.

DOUBLE UP FOR KNOWING GLANCE

Knowing Glance made it two wins on the bounce. He followed up on his win at Lingfield last month with another at Wolverhampton. Sean Davis was in the saddle and as usual Knowing Glance didn’t make it easy from the stalls rearing a few times before the off. They managed to get away well and Sean tracked the leaders. The gap came on the turn for home and they had the lead a furlong from home. He showed a good attitude to stay on under pressure and held on to win by a nose for owners Posh John 11. Sean has now ridden out his claim, well done Sean!

BUSY WEEK FOR WASNTEXPECTINGTHAT

Wasntexpectingthat finished second at Wolverhampton on Saturday but followed up with a win at Southwell the very next day. He’s been running really well and jockey Megan Nicholls took up a really nice position on the inside tracking the leaders. The gap came on the turn for home and they were always travelling nicely. He hit the front on the bridle and stayed on to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths for owners The Good Bad Ugly and Deaf.

BENDY SPIRIT SECOND WIN OF 2020

Bendy Spirit picked up his second win of the year for owner Alan Tattersall. Tony Hamilton was in the saddle at Wolverhampton and they tracked the leaders. They went second two furlongs from home and lead at the furlong marker. He stayed on well under pressure to win by a neck.

STREET LIFE PICKS UP FIRST WIN

Street Life picked up his first win for owner Dr Marwan Koukash at Newcastle. He chased the leaders under jockey Connor Murtagh. He had the lead over a furlong out and kept on really strongly. He won by an impressive two-and-a-half-lengths.

GALLIPOLI STILL WINNING AGE 7

Gallipoli has his quirks and he wasn’t the best behaved before the race at Newcastle but that didn’t stop him winning comfortably at the age of seven. He took a keen hold under jockey Dave Nolan and tracked the leaders. He lead two furlongs from home and although drifting to the right won two-and-a-quarter-lengths for owner Peter Timmins.

FURZIG SWOOPS LATE UNDER SPENCER

Furzig was given a typical Jamie Spencer ride coming from last to first to win at Chelmsford. They sat towards the rear and made a challenge two furlongs from home. He showed a good attitude to chase down the leaders and got up on the line to win by a nose for owners Mr and Mrs P Ashton.

 

KNOWING GLANCE PULLS IT OUT THE BAG

Knowing Glance is a monkey in the stalls and he reared badly just before the start at Lingfield. It meant he and jockey Jack Garritty were stone cold last and hit to sit and suffer. They started to challenge on the turn for home and managed to squeeze through a gap. Knowing Glance picked up really strongly and got up for an unlikely victory by a length-and-three-quarters for owners Posh John 11.

SAY IT SIMPLE WINS ON THIRD START

Say It Simple has been knocking on the door finishing second on her first two starts. The Iffraaj filly got her head in front at Newcastle under jockey Callum Shepherd. She pressed the leaders and was ridden to challenge approaching the final furlong. She kept on well towards the finish to win by a neck for owners Bill and Tim Gredley.