NINE LENGTH WIN FOR HEATONGRAD

Heatongrad loved the heavy conditions at Epsom and put in a brilliant performance to win by a massive nine lengths. He made all under jockey Silvestre De Sousa. He travelled along the nearside rail when heading into the straight and stretched clear of his rivals to hand Middleham Park Racing a memorable win.

Aimez La Vie showed a fantastic attitude to battle to victory at Musselburgh. She tracked the leaders under jockey Adam McNamara and started to challenge approaching the final furlong. She battled with Raselasad and got up to win by a head for owners Mr and Mrs Wrigley.

WINS FOR DAN TROOP & HEATONGRAD

Dan Troop is a really nice horse and he notched up his fourth win of the season at Chester. He tracked the leaders under apprentice jockey Connor Murtagh. He took up the lead approaching the final furlong and probably got a little lonely out in front. The fast finishing King’s Pavilion reduced his lead but he stayed on to win by half-a-length.

Heatongrad had to overcome a difficult to draw but he showed a great attitude to win at Musselburgh. He bounced out of the stalls and was always prominent under Tony Hamilton. He had the lead two furlongs from home and held on gamely to win by a neck.

HEATONGRAD MAKES ALL FOR RIPON WIN

Heatongrad has been a consistent horse placed four times in his career but it was great to see him get his head in front. He made all under jockey Tony Hamilton and stayed on well when challenged inside the final furlong. He held on to win by half-a-length for owners Middleham Park Racing.