UNBEATEN OTI MA BOATI THREE WINS IN-A-ROW

Oti Ma Boati reamins unbeaten and stretches her unbeaten run to three. The Iffraaj filly was held up towards the rear and was asked for an effort by Tony Hamilton two furlongs from home. She picked up really well and chased down the leaders. There was a blanket finish but she got up on the line to win by a head.

Cloudea picked up her first win on just her second start. Tony was again in the saddle this time at Ripon. They made all and she was eased down to win by four-and-a-half-lengths for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club.

Indomeneo has been a bit frustrating this season and non more so than Friday when he finished fourth at Haydock. He didn’t have a tough race so we ran again at the same track the next day. He tracked the leaders under Connor Murtagh and was ridden to take the lead approaching the final furlong. He stayed on strongly and fended off the challenger to win by a neck.

INDOMENEO SHOWS FANTASTIC WINNING ATTITUDE

Indomeneo showed a fantastic attitude to win at Ripon under Silvestre De Sousa. He was slowly away but soon made up ground and sat in mid-division. He chased the leaders three furlongs from home and threaded a gap on the inside to mount a challenge over the final two furlongs. There were three left to battle to the line and he got up to win by a neck for Middleham Park Racing.

TWO-YEAR-OLD TREBLE

We may be getting towards the back end of the season but the two-year-old winners keep going in. Fool For You got things started at Catterick winning on just her second start. The Lawman filly tracked the leaders under P J McDonald and was pushed for an effort over half way. She took up the lead entering the final furlong and stayed on to win by a length-and-a-half for owner John Dance.

El Chapo secured his second win on the bounce under jockey Paul Hanagan. He was always in contention and pressed the leader heading into the final furlong. He took up the lead approaching the line and stayed on well to win by half-a-length for owners Merchants and Missionaries.

Indomeneo secured his fourth win of his career at Leicester. The Piccolo colt has been super consistent and is an exciting prospect for owners Middleham Park Racing. He pressed the leader under jockey Adam McNamara and had the lead over four furlongs from home. He showed a great attitude and stayed on well to win by a length.

30 WINNERS IN SEPTEMBER

Saturday’s four-timer meant we ended September with 30 winners. Showmethedough got the ball rolling at Ripon with a dominant display on just his third start. He was always prominent under jockey Adam McNamara and had the lead over a furlong out. He was soon clear and stayed on to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths.

Adam then rode a double with a really strong ride on Indomeneo. This was the two-year-olds third win on his seventh start. He tracked the leaders and challenged approaching the final furlong. He had to battle all the way to the line and got up to win by a neck for Middleham Park Racing.

Sammy Jo Bell timed it perfectly to get Boundsy to get up and win on the line at Haydock. The three-year-old is such a consistent horse he’s won on three of his last four starts. He was always in contention and there were four horses all battling to the line. He showed a brilliant attitude to get up and win by a nose.

Our final winner of the day came at Chester for Dr Marwan Koukash. Gabrial The Tiger tracked the leader under Connor Murtagh and took up the lead inside the final furlong. He was challenged by our other runner Dark Devil but held on to win by a half-a-length.

BENGALI BOYS WOWS IN SUPER SPRINT

Bengali Boys put in a brilliant performance to win the Super Sprint at Newbury by a massive six lengths. We had five runners in the race and Maggie’s Angel was sent off favourite. The runners split into three groups across the track and Maggie and Bengali Boys were in the group down the centre. Bengali Boys was always prominent under Barry McHugh and when he asked him to quicken he did so impressively. They streaked clear of the rest of field to secure a memorable win. Maggie’s Angel stayed on for third.

Bengali Boys loved the soft ground and gave owner Alan Tattersall a day he will never forget.

We then had another strong performance by Indomeneo at Lingifeld. On his first four starts he’s now won two and finished second twice. He made all under jockey Jack Garritty and they were always travelling strongly. They pulled clear inside the final furlong and stayed on to win by three-and-a-quarter-lengths for owners Middleham Park Racing.

WINS FOR INDOMENEO & FULL OF PROMISE

Indomeneo made a promising start to his racing career at Newcastle last month finishing second and went one better at Wetherby. The Piccolo colt made all under jockey Tony Hamilton and showed a fantastic attitude when challenged over the final furlong. He was headed a couple of times but battled back to get up and win by a head for owners Middleham Park Racing.

Full Of Promise then won at Carlisle for the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club. Paul Hanagan in the saddle this time and he held her up behind the leaders and only started to make a move approaching the final furlong. When they hit the front they powered clear to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths.