QUEEN KINDLY WINS LISTED RACE

It was great to see Queen Kindly back in the winners enclosure again. We had tried stepping her up in trip but it hasn’t suited her and she was much more comfortable back at 6 furlongs. She was always prominent under jockey Tom Eaves and was probably in front too early. She got a bit lonely and the rest of the field started to make their challenge but she stayed on to win by a head for owner Jaber Abdullah.

FARADAYS SPARK WINS CATTERICK MATCH RACE

Faradays Spark picked up the second win of his career turing over the odds on favourite at Catterick. The race turned out to be a two horse race and jockey Paddy Mathers was happy to just sit behind Felisia. The pair started to battle approaching the final furlong and Faradays Spark showed a good attitude to get up and win by a neck for owners Nick Bradley Racing.

EQUITANT IMPRESSES ON BEVERLEY DEBUT

Equitant made all under Tony Hamilton to win impressively on debut at Beverley. The Equiano colt won by two-and-three-quarter-lengths for breeder Bearstone Stud and Mr J Stimpson.

We then doubled up with Liquid Gold for owners Norman and Helen Steel. The Nathanial filly has finished second on three of her four starts so it was great to see her get her head in front. She was held up at the rear by Tony and only started to make headway approaching the final furlong. She kept on well towards the finish and got up to win by a neck.

SECOND WIN FOR VENTURA DRAGON

The long trip to Ffos Las proved worth while with Ventura Dragon winning the nursery by seven-lengths. The Dragon Pulse colt tracked the leaders under Connor Murtagh and took up the lead approaching the final furlong. He stayed on strongly to win well for owners Middleham Park Racing.

SEVEN-LENGTH WIN FOR CULLINGWORTH

Cullingworth put it a dominant performance at Ripon to win by seven-lengths. He made all under jockey Barry McHugh and pulled clear under hands and heels to hand owners Tiffin Sandwiches Limited a memorable win. We’ll now look for a race quite quickly before the handicapper has his say.

EXHORT BUILDS ON DEBUT WITH HAYDOCK WIN

Exhort ran a great race to finish second on her debut at Doncaster and unsurprisingly she was sent off the odds on favourite at Haydock. She tracked the leaders and was shaken up for an effort by jockey Paul Hanagan two furlongs from home. She took up the lead heading into the final furlong and stayed on well to win by three-quarters-of-a-length. A fantastic result for owner and breeder Cheveley Park Stud.

Things had got off to a good start earlier in the day when Flo’s Melody won at Wolverhampton. She made all under Tony Hamilton and won by one and three-quarters-of-a-length. Owners Middleham Park Racing also had a second with Prying Pandora and a third with Tatlisu at Newmarket.

GEOFF POTTS WINS ON MUSLEY BANK DEBUT

It was a pleasing start to Geoff Potts career at Musley Bank winning of his debut at Leicester after joining us from Jeremy Gask. He was always in contention under jockey Paul Hanagan and he took up the lead a furlong from home. He pulled clear to win by a length-and-a-quarter for owner Jamie Hart.

LISTED SUCCESS FOR KIMBERELLA

Kimberella has been running really well since joining us and he showed what a good horse he is once again winning the Listed Queensferry Stakes at Chester. He took up the running under Paul Hanagan when it was clear the favourite Cotai Glory wasn’t handling the track. He was always travelling well and never looked like being beaten. He stayed on to win by a length-and-three-quarters. Another fantastic result for owner Clive Titcomb.

NARCOS WINS ON DONCASTER DEBUT

It’s been a great season for first-time-out two-year-old winners and Narcos didn’t disappoint at Doncaster. The Leathal Force colt is a big horse and we’ve taken our time with him. He was held up towards the rear of the field by jockey Dave Nolan and started to make headway over the final two furlongs. He took up the lead and finished strongly to win by a length-and-a-quarter for owner Merchants and Missionaries.

TWO-YEAR-OLDS IMPRESS AT NOTTINGHAM

We won the opening two races on the Nottingham card and both were in impressive fashion. Crotchet was making her debut and she’s been going well at home. The Lethal Force filly was held up by jockey Jack Garritty and started to challenge over the final two furlongs. She was switched left and stayed on really well to win by a half a length. The first and second were well clear of the rest of the field. Another good win for Cheveley Park Stud.

Sands Of Mali then put in a dominant performance on just his second start under Paul Hanagan. The Panis colt tracked the leader and hit the front two furlongs from home. He wasn’t for catching and pulled clear to win by three-and-three-quarter-lengths for The Cool Silk Partnership.