INTERNATIONAL GIRL WINS ON DEBUT

International Girl became our latest two year old winner scoring by a neck under a well timed ride from jockey Tony Hamilton. After a slow start she settled at the rear of the field, when asked for an effort two furlongs out she began to run and was chasing the leaders. Approaching the last fifty yards she managed to take the lead an ensure a winning start to her career. Congratulations to owners P D Smith Holdings Ltd.

FRATERNITY BREAKS HER MAIDEN

Fraternity finally broke her maiden at the fifth time of asking scoring by a neck under jockey Paddy Mathers. Settled in midfield she was shaken up with two furlongs to go. and took the lead with just over a furlong to run. She battled to the line well and never looked like being headed. Congratulations to owner Sir Robert Ogden

THREE COINS WINS BY A NECK

Three Coins stepped up in trip to seven furlongs for the first time and scored by a neck under a good ride from Tony Hamilton. She tracked the leaders and was asked for effort and took the lead over a furlong out. She then battled all the way to the line and kept on well to record her third career victory at her third different distance. Congratulations to owner/breeder Bearstone Stud.

ANOTHER DOUBLE

Zip and Silver Dust gave us an across the card double within ninety minutes of each on Friday at Haydock and Hamilton respectively.

Zip won smartly be always doing enough to win by three quarters of a length under jockey Tony Hamilton. He was always chasing the leaders and when asked for an effort he responded well to take the lead with a over a furlong to go. He was never headed as he got his first win of 2020. Congratulations to owners the Knavesmire Partnership.

Silver Dust continued his great form in 2020 by winning his third start in his last four races under jockey Barry McHugh. Always prominent he was asked to challenge two furlongs out and responded to take the lead inside the last furlong. He stayed on well to take the win by three quarters of a length. Congratulations to owners The Far Corner Partnership.

GABRIAL THE WIRE WINS AT THE WIRE

Gabrial The Wire arrived in the final stride to win at Musselburgh under a perfectly timed ride from Tony Hamilton. He was always in a prominent position after a slow start. He was asked for an effort around two furlongs out and although he didn’t respond immediately he gamely kept on and managed to get his nose down at the right time when crossing the line. Congratulations to owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

 

VENTURA MUTINY NOT FOR CATCHING

Ventura Mutiny didn’t see another horse as he made all to win very comfortably by four-and-a-half-lengths at Musselburgh. He was sent out to lead for the start and was asked for an effort two furlongs out. He responded well and continued to put pressure on those behind him, he was never challenged as he recorded a good win under an intelligent ride from jockey Barry McHugh. Congratulations to owners Middleham Park Racing LX.

WEEKEND DOUBLE

Gallipoli and Lady Celia provided us with a weekend double, with Gallipoli winning at Redcar on Saturday and Lady Celia winning at Hamilton on Sunday.

Gallipoli was always chasing the leaders and took the lead a furlong. He was full of running to score by one-and-three-quarter-lengths under jockey Barry McHugh. Congratulations to owner Peter Timmins.

Lady Celia broke slightly right at the start but was soon settled in a prominent position. She was asked for an effort two furlongs out and responded well to take a lead she would not yield in the last 110 yards. She kept on well to score by a neck under a good ride from Barry McHugh. Congratulations to the Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club.

SOOTABILITY WINS AT HAYDOCK

Sootability ran on well to win her race at Haydock by one-and-a-half lengths under a good ride from jockey Tony Hamilton. Settled just in behind the leaders she was asked for an effort two furlongs out and was soon clear to score decisively. Congratulations to owners Helen and Norman Steel.

A MONDAY DOUBLE

Right Action and Internationaldream gave us an across the card double at Thirsk and Ayr respectively on Monday.

Right Action was settled in just behind the leaders and was asked for an effort inside the last two furlongs. He responded well to take the lead in the final 150 yards and kept on well to score by one-and-a-quarter-lengths under a good ride from jockey David Nolan. Congratulations to owners Middleham Park Racing LVII & Partner.

Internationaldream completed our double by battling on gamely to win by half-a-length under jockey Tony Hamilton at Ayr. He was always tracking the leader and was pushed along two furlongs out to take a lead with just over a furlong left. He kept going well to ensure he broke his maiden as the second time of asking. Congratulations to owner P D Smith Holdings Ltd.

FORBIDDEN BEAUTY DOES IT WELL

Forbidden Beauty became our second two-year-old winner of the season by winning well under Jockey Paddy Mathers. Slowly away she was pushed along early and started to make headway two furlongs out. She took the lead with just over a furlong to go and kept on well to record a comfortable two-and-a-quarter-length success. Congratulations to owner Thomas Green