Three racecourses and three winners on a busy Saturday. Gin In The Inn got the ball rolling at Ripon for Dean and Stella Hardman. He tracked the leaders under jockey Kieran O’Neill and started to make his challenge approaching the final two furlongs. He hit the front and and stayed on well in the soft conditions to win by half a length. It was a well timed win as Dean and Stella had organised a pub outing to watch him run. Over 40 people from the Crown Inn Heywood were there to see him win.

Inviolable Spirit then picked up the second win of his career in very testing ground at Leicester. He was keen early on under Paul Hanagan and made all. He showed a great attitude to stay on gamely when challenged over the final furlong to stay on and win by a neck.

Lady In Question then bought up the treble with a dominant performance at Doncaster. She tracked the leader under Paul Hanagan and was always travelling nicely. She took the lead over a furlong out and stayed on strongly when under pressure to win by a length.


Lady In Question finally got her head in front once again. She hasn’t won since her debut but has been second on her last two starts. We haven’t been sure what trip she wanted but it seems seven furlongs on pretty good ground is the key. She was held up towards the middle of the field by jockey Tony Hamilton and only started to make a challenge over the final furlong. She always tries and battled to the front and stayed on to win by a neck.


Lady In Question got her racing career off to a fantastic start winning at Thirsk. The Elzaam filly was a little bit green and she was held up at the rear of the field by jockey Tony Hamilton. She was always travelling well and when Tony angled her out for a run she picked up well. She hit the front inside the final furlong and held off the challenge of Peach Pavlova to win by a neck. She’s owned by Richard’s partner Amie so there wasn’t much pressure for her to perform on her debut run. Well done team Musley Bank.

Lady In Question