The team have been enjoying more success in the past couple of weeks with more winners coming out of the yard. COMEDY was the first for the team where Ben Curtis took the right and steered the Dandyman Filly to win by 3 lengths for owners Keller, Redvers and Donald.
Next came HUMBLE GRATITUDE also under Ben Curtis, this time at Haydock for owner Miss Marjorie A Thompson, he made all to win by 2 lengths.
TRUE MASON was the next winner again to be ridden by the in form Ben Curtis and Nottingham. He won going away to eventually win by 3 lengths for owner Kalifa Dasmal a great prospect for the yard and owner. At York last week the Ontoawinner syndicate enjoyed another winner to add to their tally this year where CHAINS OF LOVE scored on her debut run for the team. She was slowly into stride but when Ben Curtis managed to get her to the front she showed willing to start drawing clear of the rest of the field.
Our most recent winner came form the almighty LAURENS in Chantilly where she toughed it out in strong group 1 company to win the Prix De Diane (French Oaks.) She proved she was more than good enough to take her place in the race and gave both the team at home and owner John Dance an amazing day in France coming home with what we all dreamed of!
After a short period of time with the horses not really firing, we were glad to get back into the winners enclosure towards the end of the week and weekend with 3 winners in total. First came a double on the day at Carlisle on Thursday with LITTLE KIM winning on her debut run under Ben Curtis for the Nick Bradley Racing Club, she is looking like an exciting prospect for the Team at home and her owners.
KELLY'S DINO came back to winning ways when he scored under Ben Curtis also in fine fashion for Liam Kelly.
At Nottingham on Sunday SHINE SO BRIGHT made a winning debut under yard apprentice Clifford Lee, he drew clear in the final furlong to win comfortably for Martin McHale and Partner. Well done to all the team for a great weekend!