JAZZ HANDS THIRD WIN OF THE SEASON

Jazz Hands has been really consistent and picked up his third win of the season at Southwell. He was always in touch under jockey Barry McHugh and pressed the leader halfway from home. The took up the lead a furlong out and stayed on well under pressure to win by a neck for owners Mike Browne and Dee Howe.

LUIS STILL GOING STRONG AT SEVEN

Luis Vaz De Torres has been so consistent he’s won and been placed on all six of his last starts and he won again at Lingfield. He chased the leaders under jockey Paul Mulrennan and waited to well inside the final furlong to make his move. He stayed on well under pressure and got up to win by a neck for owners Lets Go Racing 1.

ANOTHER TOUCH BACK IN WINNERS ENCLOSURE

It was great to see Another Touch back in the winners enclosure. He was always travelling well under Barry McHugh at Chelmsford. He battled for the lead and hit the front over the final furlong. He won by three-quarters-of-a-length for owners Nicholas Wrigley and Kevin Hart.

WASNTEXPECTINGTHAT WINS AT NEWCASTLE

Wasntexpectingthat has had a stop start to his racing career after a promising start so it was nice to see him back in the winners enclosure at Newcastle. He was held up towards the rear of the field on the nearside group by jockey Barry McHugh. He was always travelling well and when he hit the front he stayed on strongly to win by a length-and-three-quarters.

PADDY POWER 170TH WINNER

Paddy Power was our 170th winner of the year. He sat in midfield under Connor Murtagh in the 6f Handicap at Newcastle. He was always travelling nicely and made headway over the final two furlongs. He took up the lead and stayed on strongly to win by half-a-length for owner Mick Scaife.

 

CATTERICK TREBLE WITH MIGHTY, ZIP & DEVIL

It was nice to have some racing today with lots of abandonments and we sent out three winners at Catterick. Mighty Spirit showed a really good attitude under P J McDonald. They pressed the leader and took up the lead approaching the final furlong. He stayed on strongly under pressure and got up to win by a neck for owner John Dance.

Zip has been knocking on the door this season so it was great to see him get his head in front. He tracked the leaders under Sean Davis and had the lead inside the final furlong. He ran on strongly to win by a length for the Knavesmire Partnership.

Gabrial The Devil bought up the treble under Paul Hanagan. He was always in contention and chased down the leaders inside the final furlong. He got up to win by three-quarters-of-a-length for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

DOCTOR CROSS WINS AT NEWCASTLE

It was great to see Doctor Cross win again. He sat just behind the leaders under David Nolan and went second three furlongs from home. He showed a good attitude to battle his way to the front and got up to win by a neck for owners Havelock Racing.

 

JAZZ HANDS WINS AT SOUTHWELL

Jazz Hands looked the unlikely winner on the turn for home at Southwell but ended up winning nicely. He and jockey Sean Davis had to sit and suffer at the rear of the field and face all the kick-back. On the turn for home they weren’t even in the picture, but Jazz Hands picked up really strongly over the final two furlongs. He stayed on to win by a length-and-three-quarters for owners Mike Browne and Dee Howe.

FELICIA BLUE WINS ON SECOND START

Felicia Blue made a promising start to her career finishing second on her debut but she’s had her issues with the stalls. We’ve done a lot of work with her and it was great her see her act so professionally at Catterick on her second start. She was always prominent under Paddy Mathers and they travelled down the centre of the track. They edged left over the final furlong but stayed on strongly to win by a length-and-a-quarter.

CAMEO STAR LAST TO FIRST

Cameo Star came from last to first under apprentice Sean Davis to win at Newcastle. He’s been a bit inconsistent this season so it was nice to see him win. He was happy to to sit and wait as a decent pact was set. They challenged and had the lead at the furlong pole. He stayed on strongly to win by a length-and-a-quarter for Let’s Go Racing 2.