GROWL WINS SILVER TROPHY

It was great to see Growl get his head in front and win the Silver Trophy at Ripon. He raced in the nearside group under Tony Hamilton. He was always prominent and lead that group entering the final two furlongs. He had the overall lead at the furlong pole and stayed on to win by a neck for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

Ventura Lightning made it two from two and looks an exciting prospect for Middleham Park Racing. He was always prominent and stayed on well under pressure to win by a length-and-three-quarters. He has an entry in the Group 1 Middle Park.

Delph Crescent finally won his race after a few frustrating runs. He sat towards the rear of the field under apprentice Paula Muir and she judged the race really well. She asked him for an effort over the final three furlongs and challenged on the outside. They were clear approaching the final furlong and won by three lengths for Withernsea Thoroughbred Limited.

WINS FOR CALVADOS & THREE COINS

Calvados Spirit gave owner Aidan Ryan a memorable winner at Newmarket. The six-year-old was held up towards the rear of the field by jockey Jamie Spencer. They were always travelling strongly and stayed on really well over the final furlong. He got up to win by three-quarters-of-a-length and Aidan and all his family were there to celebrate.

Three Coins picked up the second win of his career. He tracked the leaders under Tony Hamilton and was pushed to the lead approaching the final furlong. He kept on really well and won by a comfortable length-and-three-quarters.

G FOR GABRIAL FLIES HOME IN STYLE

G For Gabrial flew home over the last furlong to win at Beverley. He was held up towards the rear under jockey Paul Hanagan. They made headway over the final three furlongs and challenged the leaders over the last two. He ran on really strongly and picked off the rest of the field to win well by three-and-a-quarter-lengths. A great result for owner Dr Marwan Koukash.

KNOWING GLANCE WINS AT CARLISLE

Knowing Glance made all under Paul Hanagan to win at Carlisle. He didn’t mind the heavy conditions and stayed on well when challenged over the final furlong to win by a neck. a great result for owners Posh John 11.

LISTED SUCCESS FOR FLAMING PRINCESS

Flaming Princess picked up an impressive Listed success over in Deauville. She sat behind the leaders under Christophe Soumillon as a fast pace was set. She ran along the stands side rail over the final furlong and picked up really strongly to win by a length-and-a-half. A fantastic result for the Cool Silk Partnership.

POP DANCER MAKES IN TWO OUT OF THREE

Pop Dancer looks to be nice prospect wining on two of his three starts. He followed up his success at Pontefract with another impressive victory at Musselburgh. The Kodiac-colt virtually made all under Tony Hamilton and kept on really strongly over the final furlong to win by a length-and-a-quarter.

BRAVO FAISAL AT NEWCASTLE

Bravo Faisal picked up the first win of his career at Newcastle. The Kodiac-colt tracked the leader under Paul Hanagan. He disputed the lead a furlong out and kept on well towards the finish to get up and win by a nose. A great result for owner Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah.

CUSTODIAN VERY IMPRESSIVE AT PONTY

Custodian improved for his debut run at Ayr last month to win impressively at Pontefract. The Muhaarar colt tracked the leaders under Paul Hanagan and took up the lead approaching the final furlong. He stayed on really strongly and won by three-lengths under hands and heels. Custodian is out of Zuhoor Baynoona a mare we used to train and we are excited about this colt. Well done to Cheveley Park Stud.

INTERNATIONAL MAN WINS AT CATTERICK

Blinkers were the trick to International Man as he won at Catterick. He was held up in touch under jockey Sean Davis. He made headway over two furlongs out and had the lead inside the final furlong. He ran on strongly and stayed on to win by three-quarters-of-a-length.

EVA MARIA EMOTIONAL WINNER

Eva Maria won on just her second start and it was an emotional victory. The race was named after Laura Barry our former apprentice who lost her battle with cancer. Paul Hanagan was in the saddle at Thirsk and they sat and tracked the leaders. She was asked for an effort two furlongs from home and she stayed on really strongly. She won going away by four-lengths. She’s a half-sister to James Garfield and looks a nice fully for Bill and Tim Gredley. There were lots of Laura’s friends and family at Thirsk to celebrate the win.

Ventura Ocean then handed us a double this time at Newmarket. He pressed the leaders under Paddy Mathers and took up the lead two furlongs from home. He stayed on really well under pressure and crossed the line with Fastman. A photo was needed to separate them but he had held on gamely to win by a nose.