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  • Eirene Runs A Cracker In Nell Gwyn

    THE late Sir Henry Cecil used to say that the turf flat season didn’t really start until Newmarket’s Craven Meeting.  The ten-times champion Master of Warren Hill also had the midas touch with fillies and his six English 1,000 Guineas winners and eight Oaks victories bear testimony to that.  One wonders what he would have made of… Read more »

  • Tangramm Wins Again On All-Weather

    TANGRAMM defied a 93-day absence to win his ninth race, when landing the spoils at Lingfield at 10/1 yesterday in a 1m2f handicap under jockey, Dane O’Neill. It was a race of firsts for Tangramm and the jockey in several respects.  He had previously won all his races on the all-weather and was All-Weather Champion in 2015/16. … Read more »

  • Second Win For Solario’s Spring Romance

    SPRING ROMANCE won his second race for Solario Racing this year when holding the late challenge of Royal Household to win by a short head at Lingfield yesterday. The lightly raced 3yo son of Zebedee was one of seven runners in the 0-75 handicap over 6f for 3yos only and handily drawn next to the inside… Read more »

  • Championship Rides for Jack Duern

    JACK DUERN has two big rides for the stable in tomorrow’s All-Weather Championships at Lingfield, aboard Eljaddaaf and Lucymai. In the country’s richest all-weather fixture of the year, the yard sends two horses to the Surrey track and both have been in good form this year ahead of their big races tomorrow. First off is… Read more »

  • Librisa Aiming For Meydan Glory

    LIBRISA BREEZE has settled in well in Dubai ahead of his date with destiny in Meydan on Saturday in the Group One Al Quoz Sprint. The 6yo son of Mount Nelson flew out last Friday and arrived in the early hours of Saturday.  On Monday he did a gentle canter on the training track under… Read more »

  • Nezar Justifies Favouritism At Wolves

    NEZAR was backed into 9/4 favourite at Wolverhampton last night and justified late market support with an authoritative win under stable apprentice, Jack Duern. The seven-year-old son of Mastercraftsman out of an Oasis Dream mare had been in good form since the beginning of the year and he went into the seven furlong contest with a… Read more »

  • One Cool Daddy Wins On Debut

    ONE COOL DADDY made his belated debut last night at Kempton a winning one under a strong, positive ride from stable apprentice Jack Duern. The 3yo son of Scat Daddy was drawn out in the proverbial car park, 12 of 12 but Jack, who was claiming three pounds, soon had the horse in a handy position… Read more »

  • Tropics Wins Over Five Aged Ten!

    TROPICS at the age of ten keeps the rags to riches story going and last night won for the first time over five furlongs by two lengths at Chelmsford to record his eleventh career success! Given a bold and confident ride by Robert Winston, the chestnut son of Speightstown broke well, grabbed the rail and made all,… Read more »

  • Lancelot Du Lac Lands Twelfth Win

    LANCELOT DU LAC won his twelfth race yesterday afternoon at Wolverhampton in impressive fashion, giving lumps of weight away to his rivals. The eight-year-old son of Shamardal was one of nine runners in the £25,000 handicap and the 5/2 shot was giving 13lbs and upwards to his eight rivals as he won the 6f sprint by half… Read more »

  • Flaming Spear Completes 100+ Quintet

    FLAMING SPEAR, owned by Brighton Chairman Tony Bloom, is a new addition to the yard and the 105-rated six-year-old is the fifth horse in the yard rated 100 or higher. By Lope De Vega out of a Zafonic mare, Elshamms, the bay gelding has been in training with Kevin Ryan since it won as a… Read more »