We continued our good run at Musselburgh with two more winners. Coolagh Forest looks to be progressing into a really nice three-year-old. He tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and had to wait for a gap to open over the final two furlongs. When it did he pulled clear of his rivals and won going away. He is sure to have a hefty hike for his six-length win but he looks a very exciting prospect for owner Alan Harte.

Claire Underwood is such a tough filly and she made all to hand us a double. She was given a brilliant ride by apprentice Sean Davis and when she was challenged over the final furlong she just kept finding more. She showed a brilliant attitude to win by a length-and-three-quarters for The Parker Partnership.


Claire Underwood is super consistent. Since joining us she was won three times and been placed on all of her other three starts. She was in touch of the leading group under Tony Hamilton. She made progress over the final two furlongs and showed a good attitude to battle over the final furlong. She lead with 100 yards to go and stayed on to win by a head for owners the Parker Partnership.


Since joining us back in May Claire Underwood was won twice and been second twice on her first four starts. She’s ultra consistent and is still learning her trade. She was always prominent under Barry McHugh and took up the lead approaching the final furlong. She stayed on well under pressure and stayed on well to win by a head for the Parker Partnership.


Claire Underwood picked up the first win of her career. She was second on her first start since joining us from Ireland and went one better at Ripon. She was sent off at 20 to 1 and was she was held up towards the rear by jockey Tony Hamilton. She started to make a move over the final three furlongs and didn’t get the clearest of runs. She ran on strongly and got up to win by a neck for the Parker Partnership.

Quayside then doubled up at Haydock. He chased the leaders under Paul Hanagan and pressed for the lead inside the final furlong. He ran on well and got up to win by a length-and-half.