The three-year-old, owned by Shaikh Nasser Al Khalifa & Partner, got off the mark in eye-catching fashion at Lingfield earlier in the month and followed up over the same seven-furlong trip at Chelmsford, a 7lb penalty and a steady gallop ensuring
After a good run in finishing second at Wolverhampton on the 6th of January, Batraan turns his fortune around and at the sixth attempt claims a deserved win in the Betway Novice Stakes at Southwell today.
The Kingman colt continued his winning form, following on from his last run in Wolverhampton at the end of December. Having run keenly early on in the race Callum Shephard had Father of Jazz poised in a good position on the outside of the leaders and
La Tihaty went one better than on debut a fortnight ago to win over course and distance under the in form Jack Mitchell.
After signing off 2021 with 115 domestic winners (118 worldwide) the counter returned briefly to 0 only for Australis to get us off the mark in 2021 with a fourth career win.
Father Of Jazz was well supported in the market and he justified favouritism under a cool ride from Callum Shepherd to win his second career start with a little in hand.
Sammarr passed nearly the entire field to post a winning debut at Lingfield on Monday.
A fantastic season for Jack Mitchell reached its peak at Southwell yesterday as he achieved a century of winners in a calendar year for the first time.
Following a five month break Mutahamisa returned to the scene of her debut in June to score over 7f on her fourth career start.
Affwonn justified favouritism on his first racecourse appearance to win in quite taking style under Cameron Noble over the extended mile at Wolverhampton.
Mystical Air, a homebred filly by Kingman, took a big step forward from her first start three weeks ago to win in very good style on her second career start.
Zaajel looks an exciting prospect for her young sire Awtaad following an impressive victory on debut at Kempton.
Limited shares are now available in this striking daughter of Fast Company
A £40,000 purchase from the Goffs Orby Sale, this filly is related to five winners from five runners. Her three-year-old half-sister, New York Girl, won the G3 Weld Park Stakes and finished 4th in the Irish 1000 Guineas. She is a well-made, precocious looking filly who is likely to make up into a summer two-year-old in 2021.