Following on from Thursday night’s three-timer we then had another three winners on Friday to give us six in a row. We had a double at Musselburgh starting with Call Him Al. He picked up his first win on his fourth start. It didn’t all go to plan with him hanging on the bend. He was headed inside the final two furlongs but rallied under Paul Hanagan to lead again approaching the furlong pole. He stayed on well to win by a neck.

It was fantastic to see Crotchet get her head in front. She’s been ultra consistent being placed in four of her six starts this season. She chased the leaders and had the lead inside the final furlong. She stayed on to win by three-quarters-of-a-length for Cheveley Park Stud.

Good Tyne Girl picked up her second win on just her fifth start. She tracked the leaders under Paddy Mathers and mounted a challenge over the final two furlongs. She had the lead at the furlong pole and stayed on to win by a length for Middleham Park Racing.


The yard is in fantastic form and we had a four-timer on Monday across four tracks. We had a double at Carlisle and Cosmic Law got things started. On just his second start the No Nay Never colt tracked the leaders under PJ McDonald. He was ridden for a challenge two furlongs from home and when he hit the front he stayed on to win by half-a-length for owner John Dance. This was Cosmic Law as a foal

Knowing Glance bought up the double under jockey Tony Hamilton to secure the first win of his career. He was always in touch and chased down the leaders over the final furlong. He showed a good attitude and stayed on to win by half-a-length for owner Nicholas Wrigley.

La Sioux made all at Redcar under jockey Paul Hanagan. She did hang left over the final furlong but she got up to win half-a-length – the second win of her career.

Our fourth and final winner came with Good Tyne Girl at Leicester for Middleham Park Racing. The Requinto filly was second on debut and that experience showed, She tracked the leaders under Paddy Mathers. She lead over a furlong from home and stayed on to win by half-a-length.