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Mon - Oct 5, 2015     A+ | a-
PERCY STREET scores by 6 lengths to break his maiden on his second racecourse outing under Dougie Costello. The good looking son of Sir Percy ran green first time out but put that experience behind him and was very professional, he now looks likely to go back to Pontefract for a Listed event there at the end of the month.

WHOLESOME was unlucky to bump into a good looking sort of Godolphins when going down by a length in a hot looking maiden at Newmarket, she is a big scopey filly who should improve through a winter break to be a nice prospect for next year.

LITTLE LOTTE ran second in a French claimer last week, we like to take advantage of the wonderful French prize money and premiums and look to have a good few runners over there in the run upto Christmas.

COLOUR ME HAPPY made is three seconds from as many starts he is a tough genuine horse who has unfortunately bumped into one too good each time. He is sure to get his head infront soon and heads off to the Newmarket horse in training sale at the end of the month.
Mon - Sept 21, 2015     A+ | a-

QUIET REFLECTION storm clear in The Shadwell stud Harry Rosebery stakes Listed sprint at Ayr. She is a filly we have thought a lot of but nearly got brought down in the Lowther when badly hampered and still managed to finish fifth however she put that behind her and with her incredibly professional nature put 3 Lengths between herself and the rest of the field to win comfortably.

JAYKAY was extremely unlucky not to make it five wins in a row when denied right on the line after having been a couple lengths clear a furlong out under his usual jockey Joey Haynes. He is brilliant yard stick and always tries his heart out.

HAUGHMOND was also denied right in the final stride at Catterick under Ben Curtis were hoping to get a win out of him before he heads off to the October horse in training sale.

RIVELLINO ran another good race in defeat in the Ayr Gold Cup finishing 10th however he only got beat 2 1/2 Lengths and the pace was probably not strong enough for him.

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