THURSDAY THREE-TIMER

Zip Along made it three wins in a row and remains unbeaten after a strong performance at Haydock. She tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and was asked for an effort over the final two furlongs. She took up the lead and despite hanging left she pulled clear to win by a neck for owner Sultan Ali.

Stewardess made it two wins in a row for owner Katie Nolan. She was always in touch under jockey Connor Murtagh and had the lead a furlong out. She stayed on really strongly to win by two-lengths.

Amber Spark was our third winner of the day and her first win of her career. She tracked the pace under Tony Hamilton and started to put pressure on the leader approaching the final furlong. She showed a good attitude and stayed on strongly to win by two-and-three-quarter-lengths for Nick Bradley Racing.

ZIP ALONG & TIGER ROAR TO SUCCESS

Gabrial The Tiger made it four course and distance wins at Musselburgh. He had to go the long way round sitting wide under Connor Murtagh. He challenged over the final two furlongs and had the lead approaching the furlong mark. He was headed but showed a great attitude to battle back and win by a length-and-a-quarter for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

Zip Along won really nicely at Nottingham on her handicap debut to make it two wins from four starts. She’s still green and had to be nursed into the race by jockey Paul Hanagan. When he asked her for an effort she pulled clear of her rivals to win by two-and-a-quarter-lengths for owner Sultan Ali.

FIRST WIN FOR ZIP ALONG

Zip Along recorded the first win of her career on just her third start. The three-year-old Iffraaj filly has had a break of 296 days so it was fantastic to see her win so well on her reappearance. She was held up by jockey Paddy Mathers and started to make headway over the final three furlongs. She lead over a furlong from home and stayed on strongly to win by three-lengths for owner Sultan Ali.