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Wed - July 27, 2016     A+ | a-
WE'LL SHAKE HANDS makes it two consecutive wins under Clifford Lee when taking the Yarmouth handicap. He made the running then got headed but battled back gamely to win by a nose in a photo finish. He seems to have gained confidence and the duo get on very well.

We were delighted  with TAHOO winning at York to get owner John Dance his first ever winner at the track given a fine ride by Jordan Vaughan. She is a small filly but very tough and game and that was her second win in four runs.

APRES MIDI went down by a head in her Carlisle maiden after fighting off her first challenger she got collared on the line by a late closer. The lovely bred daughter of Galileo should be getting her head in front before long.

INTENSE TANGO made all under Clifford Lee to finish second on her first run at the new All weather track at Newcastle.

Wed - July 20, 2016     A+ | a-
SAN SEBASTIANA makes a winning debut at Doncaster. The daughter of Power settled in the rear and came through the pack on the far side to take her debut comfortably under Dougie Costello in a fine fashion. She should defiantly come on for the experience and she looked to beat some nice horses.

MICOLYS a French bred filly took the spoils on her second racecourse attempt under Ben Curtis, she is a tough filly who battled back after being lent on by the runner up all the way up the straight at Ayr but she got on top close home. She enjoyed the ease in the ground and looks like she will get further, she may head to France for the French premiums in the near future.

WE'LL SHAKE HANDS got his head back in front under a well judged ride from yard apprentice Clifford Lee at Nottingham in the apprentice race .

COPPER BAKED had no luck in running having jumped a bit slow she found herself having to be taken back and around the field before she could eventually get a clear run and run on to finish a close third beaten around 1 length. She is a big raw filly who will come on in time.

JAYKAY was back to a bit of form when second at Ayr where he has a very good strike rate, he has struggled this year as he has been so high in the handicap after his impressive four wins last season. We hope to get his head infront soon but will have to wait until the rain arrives.
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