War Tiger made it two wins in a row despite still being very green. He was keen under Tony Hamilton but did settle when he was able to get a lead. He was sat towards the rear and was pushed wide on the turn from home. He showed a good attitude to get his head in front and stayed on really nicely to win by three-quarters-of-a-length. There still looks a lot to look forward to with this War Front-colt.

Gabrial The Tiger made all under Paul Hanagan after flying out the stalls. He was headed in the final furlong but showed a great attitude to battle back and get up and win by half-a-length. It was certainly a night for the Tiger’s.


War Tiger improved on his first two starts to put in an impressive performance at Wolverhampton to beat the odds on favourite. He made all under jockey Tony Hamilton and was always travelling nicely. He started to put pressure on his rival on the turn for home and was the clear winner entering the final furlong. He stayed on to win by three-and-a-half-lengths for owner Mrs Richard Henry and looks an exciting prospect for the season ahead.