LISTED SUCCESS FOR DANCE DIVA

It was a great result for us and Cheveley Park Stud in the Listed race at Carlisle with a 1-2. Dance Diva sat just behind the leader under Paul Hanagan and took up the lead over a furlong out. She held on from the fast finishing Clubbable under Tony Hamilton to win by a neck. We were delighted for both fillies and it was a notable success for Mayson who’s the sire of both.

LISTED SUCCESS FOR DANCE DIVA

Dance Diva made it three wins in a row and showed her class winning the Listed Empress Stakes at Newmarket. The Mayson filly was always in contention under jockey William Buick and it was left to her and our other runner Maggie’s Angel to battle out the finish. Dance Diva stayed on really strongly and pulled away to win by a length-and-a-quarter. A fantastic result for both fillies to get black type. Well done to owner Cheveley Park Stud, another important winner for Mayson.

MORE TWO-YEAR-OLD SUCCESS

Dance Diva made it two wins in a row with another good display at Haydock. She tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and lead entering the final furlong. She stayed on well to win by a length and she will have learnt again for the run. A great result for Cheveley Park Stud.

Danehill Desert then won at Hamilton under jockey Tony Hamilton. They tracked the leaders and was ridden to lead inside the final furlong. They were challenged and headed by Camacho Chief but Danehill Desert battled back and got up on the line to win by a short head.

 

WINS FOR DANCE DIVA & GABRIAL’S STAR

Dance Diva won impressively on her debut at Redcar. The Mayson filly tracked the leaders under jockey Paul Hanagan. She showed signs of greenness but ran on well inside the final furlong. She edged left before the finish but won by half-a-length for owners Cheveley Park Stud.

Gabrial’s Star provided owner Dr Marwan Koukash his second winner of the week. He tracked the leaders under jockey Adam McNamara. He made headway on the outside approaching the final furlong and when he hit the front he stayed on strongly to win by two-lengths.