Wednesday 16th September

September 16, 2015

On Monday we had declared the two runners at Wolverhampton. We started the afternoon off with ON THE HUH who again gave a frustrating effort. Held up, he was ridden over two furlongs out, but could never threaten the leaders. Later on the card GOLDEN HELLO was ridden to make some headway over two furlongs out. He went third entering the last furlong, but was no threat to the leading pair. Hopefully we will get another chance with him before the Horses in Training Sales.

We have had a quiet couple of days but get back to the action tomorrow starting off with GEORGE CINQ at Yarmouth. He has been in good form and it would be great to get another win in the bag with him. Hopefully conditions will remain in his favour as the weather is due to change. At Ayr we have INSTANT KARMA taking his chance. He looks like he is coming back to form and won around this time last year. Hopefully he will get competitive and can get another bracket by his name. We round of the day at Chelmsford with BELLA BLUR. She is a real sweet filly who will certainly need the run and will hopefully show plenty of promise on this her racecourse debut.

On Friday we have declared recent Thirsk winner BIPARTISAN at Ayr. She appears in great form since her victory and we expect her to give another good account of herself. We round off the day at Newbury with BERLAND who is hoping to bounce back to form after some time off the track

Today the horses worked on the Watered Gallop

Towerland’s Park (Orange Vest – J. Spencer), Duck A L’Orange (Chestnut Horse) and School Fete

Bocking End (Orange Vest – Louis Steward) and Blue Moon Rising

Purple Magic (Red Hat- William Twiston-Davies), Duchy (Middle) and Forecaster

Them and us

Left to right – Fabricate and Banditry