NINE LENGTH WIN FOR HEATONGRAD

Heatongrad loved the heavy conditions at Epsom and put in a brilliant performance to win by a massive nine lengths. He made all under jockey Silvestre De Sousa. He travelled along the nearside rail when heading into the straight and stretched clear of his rivals to hand Middleham Park Racing a memorable win.

Aimez La Vie showed a fantastic attitude to battle to victory at Musselburgh. She tracked the leaders under jockey Adam McNamara and started to challenge approaching the final furlong. She battled with Raselasad and got up to win by a head for owners Mr and Mrs Wrigley.

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.

MUSSELBURGH DOUBLE

Aimez La Vie has been a very consistent filly, she’s been placed on four of her five starts and broke her maiden tag at Musselburgh despite not loving the track. She wasn’t that keen on the bend but she showed a fantastic attitude under Paul Hanagan. She made headway over the final two furlongs and stayed on strongly to get her head in front and stay on to win by a short head. A great result for owners Mr and Mrs Wrigley.

We then doubled up with Luis Vaz De Torres. He’s been showing a really good attitude at home and this was his second win on the bounce. He was always in contention but was carried left three furlongs out. He made headway over the final two furlongs and ran on to take the lead towards the finish. He stayed on to win by three-quarters-of-a-length for owners Lets Go Racing 1.