SUMMER SANDS STARS ON GREAT DAY

Summer Sands followed up on his third in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes with a dominant win in the Redcar two-year-old Trophy just a week later. Carrying just 8 stone 3 he was always prominent under jockey Barry McHugh. He was pushed to lead a furlong out and easily pulled clear. He won by two-and-a-quarter lengths for The Cool Silk Partnership.

That was just one of four winners we had at Redcar. Embolden had got things started under Tony Hamilton. He made all in the heavy conditions and was always travelling strongly. He showed a good attitude when pressed inside the final furlong and stayed on to win by a length for owner Peter O’Callaghan.

Tony then doubled up with Lightning Attack. He was always in touch and was ridden to challenge inside the final furlong. He picked up well to win by a length-and-a-quarter.

Fairy Stories then won her third race in a row for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club. They tracked the leaders under Sean Davis and was pushed into a narrow lead over a furlong out. They kept on well under pressure and got up to win a neck.

We also had a winner at Newmarket to bring up a five-timer. Eva Maria won a valuable handicap for owner Bill and Tim Gredley. She tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and went second over the final two furlongs. She picked up really well, lead inside the final furlong and stayed on to win by a length. It was her third win of the season and she’s been placed on her other two starts.

FAIRY STORIES & KINGSON WIN AT HAMILTON

We had a nice double at Hamilton with both Fairy Stories and Kingson winning. Fairy Stories followed up her win at Chester at the end of August with another solid display for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club. She was held up towards the rear of the field by apprentice Sean Davis. She made good headway to lead approaching the final furlong and stayed on strongly to win by three-quarters-of-a-length.

Kingson picked up the first win of his career. He was slowly away under Paul Hanagan and had to sit at the rear of the field. He was pushed along three furlongs from home and ran down the leaders over the final furlong. He hit the front and stayed on to win by a head for owners Mr and Mrs P Ashton.

NOBLE PROSPECTOR SEALS TITLE FOR MEGAN

It was another great Saturday with four winners. Noble Prospector sealed the Ladies Silk Series title for Megan Nicholls after they timed it perfectly to win at Wolverhampton. They tracked the leaders and were travelling nicely. They challenged on the turn for home and chased down the leaders. They got up on the line to win by short head for owner John Cotton.

We had a treble at Chester and Al Rasmah got things started winning on debut. He was always in touch under Tony Hamilton and they challenged on the outside two furlongs from home. He lead inside the final furlong and stayed on to win by a length for owner Sheikh Juma Dalmook Al Maktoum.

Powerallied gave Dr Marwan Koukash a nice winner. He didn’t have the best of draws but was quickly away under Barry McHugh. He was always in contention and battled really well to force a photo finish. He got up on the line to win by a nose.

Fairy Stories was the final winner of the day. She was held up in midfield by apprentice Sean Davis and they timed their run perfectly over the final furlong. She stayed on well to win by a head for The Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club.

FAIRY MAKES A STORY AT NOTTINGHAM

Fairy Stories was a really impressive winner at Nottingham. She was third on her seasonal reappearance in May and she came on massive for the run. She tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and made headway half-way. She had the lead approaching the final furlong and pulled clear under hands and heels to win by six-lengths. There were plenty from the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club to welcome her back into the winners enclosure.