Three more winners for the yard since the last news post. These were kicked off by Simply Sin who won on Tuesday 11th at Wolverhampton. Ridden by Cieran Fallon, a young jockey who has had a great start to his career, Simply Sin ran on really well to win. He did not have a smooth passage after he was slow away and needed to wait to make his run, but when he got in the clear, he stayed on well and grabbed the lead close home.
The second win came at Uttoxeter last Monday when Vancouver won. He had some decent form at the track and overcame a mistake at the second last to battle on well for jockey Robbie Dunne, eventually earning a four and a half length win.
Tuesday saw five runners at Fontwell and the best result was the last of them. Having joined the yard from Willie Mullins, Some Might Say was having her first run in the bumper. It looked a decent race, but she led at a steady pace, eased clear in the home straight and ended up an easy 8 length winner without making jockey Tom Scudamore work too hard. She looks to be a smart prospect.
It would be great if another winner could be delivered by the Neil Mulholland Racing Club horse, Doing Fine, at Uttoxeter tomorrow (Saturday). He runs in the 4.25 race over three and a quarter miles and whilst it looks an open race, he should have a decent each-way chance with the benefit of his run at the track last month. All members of the Racing Club are treated as part owners of Doing Fine and can go racing as owners and get their share of any prize-money that he wins. Membership is £150 per month and for every 12 members of the club, an additional horse will be added to run in club colours.