Scofflaw made the long trip to Lingfield worthwhile with a perfectly timed run under jockey Adam McNamara. He chased the leaders and made a strong burst through runners over the final furlong to mount his challenge. He got up on the line to force a photo finish with Los Camachos and he had done enough to win by a short head.
Scofflaw picked up his second win of the season with a good performance at Epsom. He was always in contention under jockey Adam McNamara and made headway over the final two furlongs. He had to battle with the favourite over the final furlong but showed a good attitude to get up and win by a length-and-a-quarter. A good result for owners Peter Timmins and John Rhodes.
Noah Amor continued his good run of form with three wins from four starts. He made all under apprentice jockey Conor Murtagh and despite hanging left he continued to battle when challenged over the final furlong. He stayed on to win by two-and-three-quarter-lengths. He was sold after the race and will now join David O’Meara.
It was fantastic to see Scofflaw back in the winners enclosure. He was held up in mid-division by Adam McNamara and started to make headway heading into the last two furlongs. He took up the lead inside the final furlong and stayed on to win by a neck. A great result for owners Peter Timmins and John Rhodes who have had to be patient with this horse.
Scofflaw was sent off a big price at 20 to 1 on his debut at Chester. It was a big ask for the son of Foxwedge to start his career at such a specialist track but he didn’t disappoint us. He tracked the leaders under David Nolan and when Dave asked him to go they found a space on the rail and powered to the front. He stayed on strongly to win by three-quarters-of-a-length beating horses who had already had a run under their belts. He and Tina looked very pleased with themselves when they got back to the yard.