HARRY ANGEL (IRE) looked outstanding on his seasonal reappearance at York on the afternoon of 16 May 2018, as the Clive Cox trained 4 year old colt was in imperious form to lift the Duke of York Stakes. Continue reading “Harry Angel cruises to York Success”
The Nicky Henderson trained WE HAVE A DREAM (FR) looked in supreme form to lift the 2018 Doom Bar Anniversary Hurdle at Aintree, just now. Continue reading “We Have a Dream wins 2018 Doom Bar Anniversary Hurdle @ Aintree”
The even money favourite, Nuts Well (GB) got the better of the Little Blue Pen selection, Derintoher Yank (IRE) in the 2.35 at Carlisle on Monday 13 November, winning by three quarters of a length under jockey Brian Hughes for trainer Ann Hamilton. Continue reading “Nuts Well (GB) Wins 2.35 @ Carlisle, November 13 2017”
Nigel Twiston-Davies sent Count Meribel to Carlisle for the 5 year old gelding’s seasonal debut, and was rewarded with an impressive victory under Mark Grant.
Gordon Elliot made it two from two in the opening races at Punchestown on the afternoon of Thursday 19 October 2017, as Samcro, showed an impressive hurdling debut performance to make it four wins from four under rules (he also won his sold P2P start too), under Jack Kennedy.
Gordon Elliot’s Group class flat recruit from Sir Mark Prescott looked a cut above in the 2017 John Shortt Legends race at Punchestown.
The 8 year old gelding was on the bridle the whole time, before being gently squeezed by old hand Norman Williamson to win impressively over 1m6f.
Richard Johnson partnered Nicolas Chauvin to victory in the 4.55 Subscribe to Racing UK on YouTube Handicap Chase at Wetherby on Wednesday 18 October 2017.
Barry Geraghty landed the second leg of a double aboard the Philip Hobbs trained Scoop the Pot in the 4.40 Handicap Hurdle event at Worcester on Tuesday 17 October 2017.
The even money favourite showed some class to win from Terry the Fish.
The Twiston-Davies father-son team of Nigel (trainer) and Sam (Jockey) combined to great effect to lift the 4.20 42red.com Chase at Huntongdon by a large margin on Tuesday 17 October 2017.
The 6 year old gelding looked ultra-impressive in a clear-cut victory, at a starting price of 9/2. Continue reading “Wicked Willy wins for Nigel & Sam Twiston-Davies in Huntingdon 4.20”