Saturday got off to a great start with Listed success for Mr Lupton. He sat just behind the leaders under Jack Garritty as they set a strong pace. He took up the lead a furlong from home and stayed on well under pressure to win by a head for owner Noel Kershaw.

We double up at York with Northwest Frontier in the stayers’ hurdle to hand him his third win since April. He sat behind the leaders and was always travelling strongly. He lead two furlongs from home and was well in command towards the finish. He stayed on to win by three-quarters-of-a-length for owner Sir Robert Ogden.

Gabrial the Devil gave Dr Marwan Koukash another winner at Chester. He tracked the leaders under Connor Murtagh and had the lead approaching the final furlong. He stayed on gamely to win by a neck.


We finished May with 29 winners for the month with an across-the-card double at Nottingham and Ripon. Paramount Love has been placed on four of her seven starts so it was great to see her get her head in front. The Pivotal filly made all under jockey Barry McHugh and ran on really strongly. She was never going to be challenged and was eased down to win by four-and-a-half-lengths for owner Sheikh Hamed Dalmook Al Maktoum.

Northwest Frontier won his second race on the bounce. He followed on from his success at Nottingham eight days earlier with another strong performance. He tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and was switched left three furlongs from home to get a clear run. He lead with two furlongs to go and stayed on to win by two-and-a-half-lengths for owner Sir Robert Ogden.



Northwest Frontier won by an impressive five-lengths at Nottingham for owner Sir Robert Ogden. He stumbled at the start and was held up towards the rear by jockey Tony Hamilton. He was always travelling strongly and made headway over the final three furlongs. He hit the front and soon pulled clear and stayed on impressively.


The winners keep going in this month and we had a double at Redcar in the opening two races on the card. Faraday’s Spark picked up his first win of his career. The Dragon Pulse colt tracked the leaders in fourth under Tony Hamilton and started to challenge over a furlong out. He battled for the lead and kept on well to win by half-a-length for owners Nick Bradley Racing.

Northwest Frontier then picked up his first win after finishing third on debut earlier this month. The three-year-old Galileo gelding tracked tracked the leaders and was always travelling well. He lead over a furlong out and stayed on strongly to pull clear and win by a length-and-a-half. A great result for owner Sir Robert Ogden.