KHELMAN WINS AT AYR

Khelman picked up his second win of the season at Ayr. The rain came just in time and he loved the good to soft ground. He was always in contention under jockey Paul Hanagan. He lead over a furlong out and was chased to the line by our other runner Tatlisu. He stayed on well to win by a length-and-a-quarter for owners Steve and Glen Clayton.

LISTED SUCCESS FOR ANOTHER TOUCH

It was a fantastic end to the Go Racing In Yorkshire Summer Festival with Listed success for Another Touch at Pontefract. He tracked the leaders under Tony Hamilton and battled Custom Cut over the final furlong. He showed a great attitude to get up and win by a neck. A great result for owners Nicholas Wrigley and Kevin Hart.

STAMP HILL SPRINGS SHOCK IN ASCOT INTERNATIONAL

Stamp Hill headlined what was a fantastic day with four winners. Sent off at 50 to 1 Richard thought he had a good each way chance but his performance was impressive. Wearing blinkers for the first time made a fantastic difference because he’s been taking the mic. He also loved the soft ground. He raced down towards the far side of the track under Paul Hanagan and they were happy to sit behind the leaders. They were always travelling really well and took up the lead approaching the final furlong. He battled with one of our other runners Withernsea and although he edged towards the far rail he stayed on really well to win by a length-and-a-quarter for owners Merchants & Missionaries. Withernsea ran a great race to finish third.

Miss Puddles had got the day off to a good start winning really well at Chester under jockey Adam McNamara. They made all and stayed on in the final furlong when challenged. She pulled clear to win by three lengths. A great result for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club.

We doubled up at Chester in the apprentice race with Dan Troop. He tracked the leaders under jockey Connor Murtagh and when they turned for home they had a great position on the rail. They were soon clear and won by an impressive seven lengths.

Our final winner of the day was The Feathered Nest at Newmarket. He was held up at the rear of the field by jockey Aaron Jones. They started to challenge approaching the final furlong and ran on strongly to challenge and get up to win on the line by a neck.

AIMEZ LA VIE IN FIRST PLACE

Aimez La Vie picked up her second win of the season at Thirsk. She was held up in mid-division by jockey Paul Hanagan and started to make headway over the final two furlongs. She travelled well on the ground which was good to soft and took up the lead a furlong out. She stayed on well to win by three-quarters-of-a-length for owners Mr and Mrs Wrigley.

There was a memorable evening for apprentice Sebastian Woods as he won the opener at York on In First Place. They went off very quick and Seb was happy to sit towards the rear of the field. He started to make headway approaching the final two furlongs and edged left to get a bit of daylight. He stayed on really well and pulled clear of his rivals to win by two lengths.

WINS FOR REGULATOR & SNOOKERED

Regulator followed up on a good second on debut earlier this month to win impressively at Ayr. He was always prominent under jockey Paul Hanagan and had the lead two furlongs from home. He pulled clear and stayed on strongly to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths for Cheveley Park Stud.

We then doubled up when Snookered won at Beverley. He was always in contention under jockey Adam McNamara and he showed a great attitude to battle to the front over a furlong out. He was challenged towards the line but he battled away and stayed on to win by a neck. A great result for owner Kristian Strangeway.

BENGALI BOYS WOWS IN SUPER SPRINT

Bengali Boys put in a brilliant performance to win the Super Sprint at Newbury by a massive six lengths. We had five runners in the race and Maggie’s Angel was sent off favourite. The runners split into three groups across the track and Maggie and Bengali Boys were in the group down the centre. Bengali Boys was always prominent under Barry McHugh and when he asked him to quicken he did so impressively. They streaked clear of the rest of field to secure a memorable win. Maggie’s Angel stayed on for third.

Bengali Boys loved the soft ground and gave owner Alan Tattersall a day he will never forget.

We then had another strong performance by Indomeneo at Lingifeld. On his first four starts he’s now won two and finished second twice. He made all under jockey Jack Garritty and they were always travelling strongly. They pulled clear inside the final furlong and stayed on to win by three-and-a-quarter-lengths for owners Middleham Park Racing.

MAJOR CORNWALLIS GETS FIRST WIN

It was a great result for Middleham Park Racing as Major Cornwallis finally got his head in front at Leicester. He was held up by jockey Tony Hamilton and started to make headway over the final two furlongs. He took up the lead and stayed on well to win by three-quarters-of-a-length.

CAMEO STARS AT BEVERLEY

Cameo Star secured his first win on just his second start. He was held up at the rear of the field by jockey Paul Hanagan after a stiff pace was set. He was still a bit green but started to get the hang of things and made headway approaching the final furlong. He was switched left and took up the lead and when he hit the front he stretched clear to win by a length-and-a-quarter. There were plenty of members of Let’s Go Racing 2 to welcome him back into the winners enclosure.

CONNOR RIDES CHESTER DOUBLE

It’s been a good week for apprentice Connor Murtagh, not only did he pass his driving test but he rode his first double at Chester. The first winner came on The Wagon Wheel. She was held up in mid-division and started to make headway three furlongs from home. She did hang right approaching the final furlong and ended up on the stand side rail but showed her class and went clear. She won by a comfortable three lengths.

Connor then gave Boundsy a perfectly timed ride to get him up on the line. He started to challenge over the final furlong after chasing the leaders and battled to get up and win by a neck. He’s been placed on his last two starts so it was great to see him get his head in front for owner Kevin Mercer.

AREEN FAISAL WINS PONTEFRACT NURSERY

Areen Faisal picked up the first win of his career in one of the first nursery’s of the season. The Bahamian Bounty colt tracked the leaders at Pontefract under jockey Phil Makin. They were always travelling well and started to make a challenge two furlongs from home. He was switched to the outside and took up the lead entering the final furlong. He stayed on to win by a length-and-a-quarter.