Our good record at Windsor continued when Flowing Clarets picked up her second win of the season. She tracked the leaders under jockey Paddy Mathers and took up the lead over the final two furlongs. She did hang left inside the final furlong but had enough ability to stay on and win by a comfortable length-and-a-quarter.

We then doubled up at Pontefract and Lucky Mistake finally got his head in front after finishing second on four of his six starts. He was always prominent under jockey Tony Hamilton and the pair hit the front over the final two furlongs. He was challenged by Benjamin Thomas over the final furlong and the pair battled all the way to the line – Lucky Mistake winning by a head.



Friday got off to a good start with a win for Flowing Clarets at Thirsk. The three-year-old has taken a little time to get together this season but she should be winning races and it was great to see her get her head in front. She tracked the leaders in third under jockey George Chaloner and took up the lead a furlong out. They were pressed heading to the line but stayed on to win by a neck and the Matthewman One Partnership were delighted with the result.


Springwood notched up his second win of his career in impressive style at Newcastle for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club. The Zebedee colt was held up in mid-division by jockey Adam McNamara and started to make headway two furlongs from home. Once they hit the front they pulled clear to win by three-and-a-quarter-lengths.