ROYAL COSMIC WINS MOTHERS RACE

Royal Cosmic won the race at Musselburgh named after her Dam. Cosmic Case was a seven-time winner at the track. She was always in contention under jockey Brian Hughes and lead when travelling really well two from home. She edged left on the run-in but stayed on to win by a length-and-a-quarter for owners and breeders the Cosmic Cases.

We also had a winner of the all-weather at Newcastle. Wasntexpectingthat made it three wins from four starts in the last two months. He was held up by jockey Barry McHugh and made headway over the final two furlongs. They took up the lead and pulled clear to win by two-and-three-quarter-lengths.

ROYAL COSMIC FOR MEGAN

Megan Nicholls picked up her first winner of the Ladies Silk Series on Royal Cosmic. Megan holds the title and she’s taken a good step in retaining it. Royal Cosmic tracked the leaders and they made headway approaching the final furlong. She showed a good attitude to battle to the line and wine by a head for owners The Cosmic Cases.

ROYAL COSMIC DOMINATES AT NEWCASTLE

Royal Cosmic put in a very impressive performance at Newcastle to make it two wins in a row. She tracked the leaders and made progress over the final two furlongs. She pulled clear under apprentice Sebastian Woods and stayed on strongly to win by seven lengths for owners the Cosmic Cases.

TUESDAY FOUR-TIMER

It’s Royal Ascot week but we have plenty of runners elsewhere and we had a treble at Hamilton. Baronial Pride got the ball rolling winning on debut for Nick Bradley Racing. The Mayson colt was slowly away and had no choice to sit last under jockey Tony Hamilton. He was pushed along a furlong out and he found a gap between horses. He picked up really strongly and pulled clear to get up and win by two-lengths.

Sioux Frontier then picked up his first win. The three-year-old tracked the leaders and started to make headway approaching the final furlong. He showed a good attitude to battle with Admiral Rooke and got up to win by a neck for owner Mrs Una Towell.

Connor Murtagh bought up the treble in the apprentice race onboard Royal Cosmic. He sat on midfield but dropped back to last as a strong pace was set. He asked for an effort over the final two furlongs and soon had the lead. They stretched clear to win by an impressive three-and-three-quarter-lengths for owners the Cosmic Cases.

Our fourth winner of the day came at Ripon with Doctor Cross. He’s been running consistently well so it was great to see him get his head in front. He was held up in mid-division by jockey Jack Garritty. He was switched to the outside and made headway over the final two furlongs. He lead entering the final furlong and stayed on to win by  two-lengths for owners Havelock Racing.

 

 

DOUBLES UP FOR ROYAL COSMIC & PADDY POWER

Royal Cosmic and Paddy Power both secured their second wins on the bounce. Royal Cosmic won over course and distance at Musselburgh just seven days ago and he followed that up with a battling display. Connor Murtagh was taking 5lbs off and it proved vital. She tracked the leaders and was always travelling strongly. She battled over the final furlong with Donnachies Girl and the pair crossed the line together. A photo was needed to separate them but she got up to win by a head for owners The Cosmic Cases.

Paddy Power followed up his win at Pontefract last month with a win at Windsor. He was held up in mid-division by jockey Paul Hanagan, tracking the pace. He made headway over the final furlong and ran on strongly to get up and win by three-quarters-of-a-length.

ROYAL COSMIC AT MUSSELBURGH

Royal Cosmic picked up her first win at Musselburgh. The Wootton Bassett filly was always prominent under jockey Paul Hanagan. They made headway over the final two furlongs and pulled clear of the rest of the field with Inspector Norse. The pair battled over the final furlong but Royal Cosmic showed a good attitude and stayed on strongly to win by  a length-and-a-half.