News in brief …

3rd November – Musselburgh: First time over hurdles Cape Of Glory takes the opener in good style under Brian Harding to win by 1 length for owners Paul & Clare Rooney.
The yard is running at a 50% strike-rate on the flat.

Not fluent on occasions, close up in chasing group, headway to chase leader when jumped awkwardly 3 out, soon ridden, 3 lengths down last, kept on well under pressure to lead near finish (op 10/11 tchd 5/6)

 

15th October – Catterick: 2-y-o filly Ce La Vie wins first-time-out under Connor Beasley taking the 7f Maiden Fillies’ Stakes by over 2 lengths for owner Weldspec Glasgow Limited.

Tracked leaders, green and pushed along 3f out, headway 2f out, ridden to chase leading pair over 1f out, stayed on well to lead last 100yds (op 13/2 tchd 7/2)

 

11th October – Musselburgh: Tor (Jason Hart/I Wilson), Showdaisy (Philip Makin/Ronnie Docherty & Partner) and Circuitous (Shirley Teasdale/Alison Walker Sarah Cousins) all win well providing Team Dalgleish with a treble!

 

8th October – Newcastle: 2-y-o El Hombre wins second-time-out at 25/1 taking the Maiden Stakes by over a length under Shirley Teasdale (5) owned by Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold, close up on far side of group, ridden and led over 1f out, edged left inside final furlong, kept on well towards finish (op 33/1)

 

6th October – Ayr: A first victory for 2-y-o Saint Equiano, made all to win the 6f Maiden Stakes by over 2 lengths under Phillip Makin owned by Paul & Clare Rooney.

Wore hood in paddock, took keen hold early, made all, quickened well over 1f out, soon shaken up, eased last 100yds, readily (op 6/4 tchd 9/4)

 

27th September – Sedgefield: Consecutive wins for Mixboy as he takes the opener in good style under Brian Harding to win by 6 lengths for Paul & Clare Rooney.
The yard is running at a 44% strike-rate over jumps.

Led narrowly, headed after 3rd, remained close up, led again before 4 out, pushed clear 2 out, ridden out run-in (op 9/4)

 

26th September – Hamilton: Consecutive wins for Amy Blair at our local track as he makes all to win the 1m1f Apprentice Handicap by 3 lengths in the hands of Shirley Teasdale owned by J Fyffe.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold early, made all, clear to halfway, ridden clear from over 1f out, unchallenged (op 8/1)

 

24th September – Hamilton: 2-y-o Reckless Serenade makes all to take the opener in good style to win by 2 lengths under Shirley Teasdale (5) for Weldspec Glasgow Limited.

Took keen hold, made all against stands’ rail, ridden over 1f out, kept on strongly final furlong (op 5/1 tchd 3/1)

 

16th September – Ayr: 11/4f Clem Fandango wins the Class 1 feature race Shadwell Stud/EBF Stallions Harry Rosebery Stakes (Listed Race) in great style under Phillip Makin to win by over 3 lengths for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, led over 1f out, ran on strongly, very readily (op 3/1)

 

10th September – Musselburgh: Consecutive wins for Falcon’s Fire as he wins the 1m4f Handicap comfortably by over 2 lengths under Graham Gibbons for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Pressed leader, led over 2f out, ridden and hung left over 1f out, clear inside final furlong, pushed out, comfortably (op 9/2 tchd 4/1)

 

7th September – Carlisle: First victories for Euro Nightmare (J S Morrison/Jason Hart) and Eez Eh (Weldspec Glasgow Ltd/Connor Beaseley) providing Team Dalgleish with a double.

 

6th September – Perth: Consecutive wins for Mirsaale as he makes all in the Class 4 2m Novices’ Hurdle  winning by 15 lengths under Brian Harding owned by Equus.

Made all, quickened clear before 2 out, easily (op 3/10)

 

4th September – York: Dark Defender lands the Class 3 6f Handicap feature race in the hands of Jim Crowley to win by 1/2 length for Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Led, headed approaching final furlong, rallied, edged right and kept on to lead in closing stages (op 5/1)

 

3rd September – Thirsk: Rock N Rolla wins second-time-out under Connor Beasley makes all to win by 2 lengths for Weldspec Glasgow Limited.

Made all, driven and stayed on well final 2f (op 11/1)

 

2nd September – Musselburgh and Newcastle: Newcastle saw Falcon’s Fire easily take the 1m4f Handicap by over 2 lengths under Graham Gibbons owned by Ronnie Docherty, over at Musselburgh Showdaisy (Philip Makin/Ronnie Docherty & Partner) and Invoke (Philip Makin/Michael Beaumont) win well providing Team Dalgleish with a treble.

 

26th August – Newcastle and Hamilton: Across the card double for Team Dalgleish! At our local track, Hamilton; Amy Blair wins on debut at 50/1 under Shirley Teasdale (5) for owner J Fyffe, whilst at Newcastle War Department takes the 7f handicap in good style in the hands of Graham Gibbons for Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

 

24th August – Musselburgh: Glengarry loses his maiden tag  fourth-time-out taking the 7f Handicap in good style under Philip Makin to win by over 2 lengths for owner Mrs Janis Macpherson.

Took keen hold early, pressed leader, led going well over 2f out, edged right and ridden clear from over 1f out (tchd 5/1)

 

20th August – Perth: A Saturday jumps winner for Team Dalgleish as Mirsaale takes the opener with ease in the hands of Brian Harding to win by 12 lengths for Equus.
The yard is running at a 40% strike-rate over jumps.

Tracked leader, led 3 out, ridden clear between last 2, pushed out run-in, easily (op 13/8 tchd 6/5)

 

18th August – Hamilton: Consecutive wins for Salvatore Fury as he takes the lucky last at our local track, driven out by Graham Gibbons to win by a nose for Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up stands’ side, smooth headway over 1f out, pushed along to lead inside final furlong, soon driven, all out

 

12th August – Catterick: 7/2F Salvatore Fury keeps on gamely to win the 5f Handicap by 1 length under Graham Gibbons for owners Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.

Mid-division, effort over 2f out, not clear run over 1f out, switched right, hung left and kept on to lead last 75yds (op 4/1)

 

8th August – Ayr: A nice double for Team Dalgleish and Philip Makin!

Whatsthemessage (Owned by Equus)

Dwelt, soon tracking leading pair, not clear run over 1f out, led last 100yds, driven out (op 25/1 tchd 18/1)

Robinnielly (Owned by Prestige Thoroughbred Racing)

Held up in mid-division, smooth headway to track leaders over 3f out, led approaching final furlong, driven out (op 7/2)

 

6th August – Ayr: Tectonic holds on to take the 1m2f QTS Group Handicap by a shoulder in the hands of Jason Hart for owner Mrs L A Ogilvie.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Steadied start, took keen hold, headway to track leaders after 3f, effort 1f out, led last 100yds, held on near finish

 

4th August – Wolverhampton: 3-y-o Introductory loses her maiden tag first time out for the yard ny winning the lucky last 1m4f handicap by over 3 lengths in the hands of John Egan for owner Michael Beaumont.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

In touch in 3rd, pushed along and quickened to lead approaching final furlong, ridden and kept on (op 4/1 tchd 7/2)

 

29th July – Musselburgh: 2-y-o Kodi Da Capo takes the 5f Nursery Handicap in good style under Jason Hart – stayed on strongly to win by over 1 length for Equus.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Prominent, driven to lead inside final furlong, kept on strongly (op 7/2)

 

25th July – Ayr: 3-y-o Kodiac filly Sattelac wins the 1m2f handicap in game fashion in the hands of Philip Makin for owner Tom Young.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up in touch, steady headway over 2f out, led over 1f out, soon hard pressed, held on gamely under pressure inside final furlong (op 5/1 tchd 7/2)

 

18th July – Ayr: A dual-purpose treble for Team Dalgleish in the form of Forever A Lady (Joe Fanning/Ken McGarrity) Mixboy (Brian Harding/Paul & Clare Rooney) and Archie’s Advice (Jason Hart/A R M Galbraith).

 

15th July – Hamilton: Falcon’s Fire loses his maiden tag by winning the 1m3f handicap by over 2 lengths under Joe Fanning for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, headway to lead over 2f out, clear when edged left inside final furlong, pushed out (tchd 11/4)

 

14th July – Hamilton: Robinnielly takes the 1m1f handicap in good style under Philip Makin pushed clear to win by over 3 lengths for Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Early leader, tracked leaders, effort and angled left over 2f out, shaken up and quickened to lead over 1f out, edged right, pushed clear (op 5/2)

 

12th July – Beverley: Consecutive wins for Toffee Apple as she takes the 1m2f handicap in good style under Joey Haynes to win by a length for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, headway 2f out, ridden to chase leader over 1f out, driven inside final furlong, stayed on well to lead towards finish (op 10/11 tchd 11/10)

 

11th July – Ayr: Roc De Prince wins the lucky last in good style under Clifford Lee (3) made all to win by over 2 lengths for owner Ken McGarrity.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden over 2f out, kept on strongly final furlong (tchd 4/1)

 

9th July – Hamilton: A busy Saturday at our local track – Reckless Serenade (Connor Beasley/Weldspec Glasgow Limited), Rio Deva (Connor Beasley/D R Tucker) and Toffee Apple (Joey Haynes/Ronnie Docherty) win well giving Team Dalgleish a treble.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

 

8th July – Musselburgh: Livella Fella makes all to win the Musselburgh Bi-Centenary Cup Fillies’ Handicap by a head under Philip Makin for Middleham Park Racing.

Made all, set slow pace, ridden, edged left and hard pressed over 1f out, held on gamely inside final furlong (op 2/1)

 

4th July – Ayr: 3-y-o Pastoral Pursuits colt, Dark Defender lands the Class 3 feature race by 2 lengths under Joe Fanning for owners Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.
The yard is running at a 12% strike-rate on the flat.

In touch on outside, effort and headway over 1f out, led inside final furlong, kept on strongly (op 3/1 tchd 11/4)

 

3rd July – Ayr: Beautiful Stranger takes the 1m Handicap in good style under Tom Queally to win by 1 length for owner Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is running at a 12% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up, headway on outside to lead over 1f out, ridden and idled inside final furlong, kept on (op 10/1)

 

29th June – Catterick: Rio Deva loses her maiden tag in good style in the hands of Philip Makin, made all to win by 1/2 length for owner D R Tucker.
The yard is running at a 12% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden over 1f out, kept on well (op 6/1)

 

22nd June – Carlisle: A quick fire double for Team Dalgleish and Philip Makin at our local track! Edgar Balthazar wins the Class 4 Carlisle Bell Handicap at 25/1 for Middleham Park Racing followed up by Sindarban taking the Cumberland Plate Handicap owned by Paul & Clare Rooney.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

 

15th June – Hamilton: Kodi Da Capo takes the opener losing her maiden tag in game fashion to win by a shoulder under Jason Hart for owners Equus.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Fly-jumped start, took keen hold, led, ridden and edged right over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, rallied gamely to regain lead on line (op 3/1)

 

2nd June – Ripon: A quick fire double for the team as Mr Grumpy (Straightline Construction Ltd) and Corton Lad (J Hutton) win well in the hands of Philip Makin.
The yard is running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

 

28th May: Sound Advice (Robert Winston/GLS Partnership) lands the Class 2 feature race at Chester and Roc De Prince (Paul Mulrennan/Equus Syndicate) wins well at Catterick giving Team Dalgleish a double.
The yard is running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

 

18th May – Ayr: 5 wins in a row for Maleficent Queen as she lands the Class 1 Listed race in the hands of Philip Makin staying on strongly to win by over 2 lengths for Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold, in touch, smooth headway over 2f out, edged left and led over 1f out, driven and stayed on strongly final furlong (tchd 11/4)

 

15th May – Ripon: Consecutive wins for Glenrowan Rose winning the Class 3 6f Fillies’ Handicap by a head under Philip Makin for Weldspec Glasgow Ltd.
The yard is running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Pressed leader, led over 1f out, driven and kept on well final furlong (op 10/3 tchd 5/2)

 

13th May – Hamilton: A busy day with 9 runners at our local track. Sindarban (Paul & Clare Rooney/Philip Makin) and Lomu (Steve Macdonald/Philip Makin) win well giving the yard a double.
The yard is running at an 17% strike-rate on the flat.

 

10th May – Beverley: Livella Fella digs deep to lose her maiden tag in the 1m2f handicap under Philip Makin for owners Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is running at an 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, close up halfway, led 3f out, ridden and headed 2f out, close up, driven and edged left entering final furlong, stayed on to lead again last 75yds (tchd 11/1)

 

6th May – Ascot: Argent Knight takes the opener in game fashion to win by a nose in the hands of Joe Doyle for owners/yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.

Held up in touch, headway on inner over 2f out, ridden to challenge and edged left over 1f out, sustained duel with rival after, ran on well, won on the nod (Tchd 10/3 in place)

 

3rd May – Catterick: 2-y-o Clem Fandango gets off the mark in good style under Philip Makin winning the Fillies’ Novice Auction Stakes by over 4 lengths for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is running at an 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leader, close up halfway, led 1 1/2f out, pushed clear final furlong, readily (op 4/7 tchd 8/15)

 

1st May – Hamilton: Glenrowan Rose makes all to land the feature race (Philip Makin/Weldspec Glasgow Limited) and Archie’s Advice (Jason Hart/A R M Galbraith) wins well giving the yard a double.
The yard is running at an 16% strike-rate on the flat.

 

29th April – Musselburgh: 2-y-o Dandy Man colt, Lomu wins well on debut under Jason Hart for owner Steve Macdonald.
The yard is running at an 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Dwelt, took keen hold in rear, headway on outside over 1f out, ridden and led inside final furlong, kept on well (op 12/1 tchd 16/1)

 

28th April – Redcar: 3-y-o Dark Angel filly, Maulesden May breaks her maiden tag in good style under Philip Makin for owners The County Set.
The yard is running at an 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Soon chasing leader, driven upsides over 2f out, stayed on to lead closing stages (op 8/1 tchd 10/1)

 

27th April – Pontefract: 4 wins on the bounce for Maleficent Queen as she takes the Class 3 feature race in easy fashion under Philip Makin owned by Weldspec Glasgow Ltd.
The yard is running at an 13% strike-rate on the flat.

With leader, led after 2f, quickened 3 lengths clear over 2f out, reminder 1f out, driven and edged right, eased near finish (op 7/4)

 

25th April – Ayr: 3-y-o Kodiac Filly, Sattelac loses her maiden tag taking the lucky last by over a length under Philip Makin for owner Tom Young.
The yard is running at an 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Prominent, effort over 2f out, led inside final furlong, ridden out (op 3/1)

 

23rd April – Ripon: Mirsaale lands the Class 2 feature race in good style to win by over 2 lengths in the hands of Philip Makin owned by Equus Syndicate.
The yard is running at an 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Pressed leader, clear of rest over 5f out, led 4f out, ridden and clear over 1f out, kept on well final furlong, unchallenged (op 15/2)

 

19th April – Wolverhampton: Argent Knight (Mr S Walker/Straightline Construction Ltd) and Fast Pick (Philip Makin/Ronnie Docherty) win well giving the yard a double.
The yard is running at an 14% strike-rate on the flat.

 

9th April – Wolverhampton: Fast Pick wins the lucky last losing her maiden tag in easy fashion under Philip Makin for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is running at an 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leader until led over 2f out, clear over 1f out, easily (op 12/1 tchd 14/1 and 10/1)

 

6th April – Catterick: Mirsaale makes all under Philip Makin to win the 1m 6f handicap by 11 lengths for Equus Syndicate.
The yard is running at an 12% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, 5 lengths up halfway, drew further clear on bit from 3f out, 20 lengths up until heavily eased towards finish (op 9/1 tchd 10/1)

 

2nd April – Doncaster: Consecutive wins for Bertie Moon taking the 1m2f Apprentice Handicap in easy fashion winning by 10 lengths in the hands of Clifford Lee (5) for Equus Racing Club.
The yard is running at an 11% strike-rate on the flat.

Prominent towards outer, led over 3f out, pushed clear over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, stayed on well, easily (op 5/1)

 

23rd March – Southwell: Azrur made all in the hands of Philip Makin to win the 7f handicap by 1/2 length for owner D Moat.
The yard is running at a 12% strike-rate on the flat.

Quickly away, made all, ridden well over 1f out, driven entering final furlong, kept on well towards finish (op 13/8 tchd 15/8)

 

15th March – Sedgefield: Away For Slates wins readily taking the Class 4 Handicap Hurdle by 7 lengths under Brian Harding for Equus Syndicate.
The yard is running at a 25% strike-rate over jumps.

Pressed leader, led 3 out, shaken up and quickened clear next, pushed out, readily (op 13/8 tchd 7/4)

 

8th March – Newcastle: Bertie Moon takes the handicap hurdle in good style under Brian Harding to win by over 3 lengths for Equus Syndicate.
The yard is running at a 24% strike-rate over jumps.

Held up, pushed along after 3 out (usual 4 out), rallied before next, led approaching last, ridden and ran on strongly (op 9/1)

 

3rd March – Chelmsford: Dandy Man 3-y-o filly Doeadeer loses her maiden tag second-time-out under Graham Lee for owner Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Taken down early, soon with leader until led halfway, ridden over 1f out, held on well inside final furlong, ridden out (op 6/4)

 

29th February – Wolverhampton: Another win for the ever-so consistent, Biff Johnson, taking the 1m4f handicap in good style under Graham Lee to win by over 2 lengths for owner Ron Docherty.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Always prominent, ridden to lead inside final furlong, ran on (op 11/8)

 

25th February – Sedgefield: Flemensfirthleader loses her maiden tag second-time-out, made all under Paul O’Brien (3) to win by 9 lengths for owner Tom Young.
The yard is running at a 23% strike-rate over jumps.

Made all, took keen hold, pushed clear soon after 3 out, shaken up between last 2, readily (old market op 13/8 new market)

 

7th February – Chelmsford: A quick consecutive win for Biff Johnson winning the opener under Philip Makin for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is running at a 17% strike-rate on the flat.

Led early, soon steadied and chased leaders, effort over 1f out, driven to challenge inside final furlong, led well inside final furlong, stayed on (op 8/11)

 

4th February – Chelmsford: Biff Johnson loses his maiden tag in easy fashion under Philip Makin winning by over 4 lengths for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up in touch in midfield, 4th and travelling well when not clear run over 2f out, ridden and headway to lead over 1f out, ran on strongly, easily (op 11/4 tchd 3/1)

 

13th January – Kempton: First flat winner of 2016. Consecutive wins for Chookie Royale thus providing him with his 10th all-weather victory.
The yard is running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Missed break, pushed along to lead after 1f, 3 lengths lead at halfway, kicked 2f out, lead dwindling near finish, held on well (op 10/11)

 

1st January: A great start to 2016 – Hitman Hearns and Away For Saltes win nicely giving us an across the card double at Catterick and Musselburgh.
The yard is running at a 30% strike-rate over jumps.

 

26th December- Wolverhampton: Chookie Royale makes all to land the Class 2 Download The New Unibet Racing App Conditions Stakes under Tom Eaves owned by Raeburn Brick Limited.
The yard is currently running at 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden and hung left inside final furlong, ran on, eased near finish (tchd 15/8)

 

11th December – Wolverhampton: Corton Lad makes all to win the Class 4 coral.co.uk handicap by 3/4 length under Philip Makin for owner J Hutton.
The yard is currently running at 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden over 1f out, stayed on (op 16/1)

 

10th December – Newcastle: A superb round of jumping from Got The Nac who wins easily under Brian Harding for new owners Richard and Katherine Gilbert.
The yard is currently running at 26% strike-rate over jumps.

Pulled hard early, chased leaders, led 2nd, made rest, ridden and ran on strongly from last (usual 2 out) (op 5/2)

 

4th December – Sedgefield: Mixboy got off the mark in good style for Paul & Clare Rooney under Brian Harding.
The yard is currently running at 24% strike-rate over jumps.

Tracked leader, led going well approaching 2 out, ridden out run-in (op 4/1)

 

13th November – Wolverhampton: Sewn Up justifies favouritism by winning the 6f Unibet Handicap by a head, ridden by Philip Making for owner John Kelly.
The yard is currently running at 14% strike-rate on the flat

Soon pushed along into mid-division, shaken up over 2f out, not clear run well over 1f out, headway soon after, ridden and ran on to lead post

 

11th November – Kempton: Chookie Royale makes all to land the Class 2 feature race by a head ridden by Philip Makin for owner Raeburn Brick Limited.
The yard is currently running at 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden when pressed over 1f out, kept on well final furlong, just held on (op 15/8 tchd 13/8)

 

3rd November – Southwell: Incurs Four Faults is back to winning ways, ridden out by Tom Queally to win by a length for owner J S Morrison.
The yard is currently running at 12% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, headway and close up 3f out, effort and hung left 2f out, soon led, ridden and carried head high over 1f out, kept on (op 7/4 tchd 15/8)

 

27th October – Catterick: Tarando makes it a hat-trick! Ridden out by Philip Makin to win by 3/4 length for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is currently running at 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Dwelt and towards rear, good headway halfway, chased leaders over 1f out, ridden to challenge entering final furlong, soon led and edged left, ridden out (tchd 7/2)

 

8th October – Ayr: Another record breaking year for Team Dalgleish! She’s Electric and Tarando win nicely giving us a double.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

 

She’s Electric (Weldspec Glasgow Limited/Tom Queally)

Soon pushed along in rear, driven over 2f out, headway and close up when not clear run and switched left approaching final furlong, kept on well to lead close home (op 14/1 tchd 16/1)

 

Tarando (Middleham Park Racing/Joe Fanning)

Prominent, smooth headway to lead over 1f out, soon ridden, hard pressed inside final furlong, held on well towards finish

 

29th September – Ayr: The consistent 3-y-o Edgar Balthazar wins the Class 3 feature race by over a length under Philip Makin for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

In touch, ridden over 2f out, headway to lead over 1f out, kept on strongly final furlong (op 5/2)

 

28th September – Hamilton: Tarando loses her maiden tag ridden out to win by 3/4 lengths under Joe Fanning for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

In touch, headway on outside over 1f out, led last 75yds, ridden out (op 9/2)

 

18th September – Ayr: Day 2 of the Ayr Gold Cup Festival sees the consistent Compton Heights land the South Ayrshire Cup by 1 length under Philip Makin owned by David McKenzie.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Close up going well centre, led over 1f out, ridden and kept on well final furlong (op 9/1 tchd 8/1 and 10/1 in a place)

 

17th September – Ayr: Maleficent Queen (Hat-trick) and Argaki win well to give us a double on day 1 of the Ayr Gold Cup Festival.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Argaki

Pressed leader, led over 2f out, soon ridden, edged left 1f out, driven out (op 17/2 tchd 10/1)

Maleficent Queen

Slowly into stride, held up, pulled out and smooth headway over 2f out, led 1f out, ridden out (tchd 2/1)

 

16th September – Kelso: Meet The Legend wins on debut, taking the lucky last by 7 lengths under Craig Nichol (3) for owner and yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 38% strike-rate over jumps.

Took keen hold, tracked leaders, led after 4f, made rest, quickened clear 2f out, kept on well final furlong, readily (op 3/1 tchd 11/4 and 10/3 in a place)

 

12th September – Musselburgh: Azrur (D Moat/Philip Makin) and Robinnielly (Prestige Thoroughbred Racing/Joe Doyle) both win nicely to give us a double.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Azrur

Made all at ordinary gallop, ridden and quickened over 1f out, kept on well final furlong

Robinnielly

Held up, pushed along over 2f out, headway over 1f out, kept on under pressure to lead last stride (tchd 11/2)

 

4th September – Musselburgh: Consecutive wins for Invoke landing the Class 3 feature race by a length under Tom Queally owned by Michael Beaumont.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leader, pushed along to lead over 2f out, kept on, pushed out final furlong (op 15/8 tchd 13/8 and tchd 2/1)

 

31st August – Newcastle: Edgar Balthazar wins the lucky last by over a length under Philip Makin for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up, good headway to lead 1f out, soon pushed clear, eased towards finish (tchd 17/2)

 

28th August – Hamilton: New Lease of Life gets just that at our local track, beating the favourite by 3/4 of a length under Philip Makin for owner David McKenzie.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Dwelt, held up, ridden over 2f out, ran on final furlong, led towards finish

 

22nd August – Chester – Consecutive wins for Sound Advice who lands the Class 2 feature race under Fergal Lynch for owner/breeder G L S Partnership.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up, headway over 2f out, ridden to lead inside final furlong, ran on (tchd 9/2)

 

21st August – Wolverhampton: Another win this month for Scurr Mist, kept on well to win by 3 lengths under Philip Makin for owners Richard and Katherine Gilbert.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leading pair, pushed along to challenge 2f out, ridden to lead over 1f out, kept on well (op 13/8)

 

19th August – Carlisle: Chances Are and Argaki win nicely under Fergal Lynch to give us a double!
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Chances Are owned by Steve Macdonald

Made all, ridden over 2f out, edged left over 1f out, kept on

Argaki owned by D G Savala

Pressed leader, ridden over 2f out, led well over 1f out, kept on well

 

11th August – Carlisle: Scurr Mist wins after arriving back to the yard for new owners Richard and Katherine Gilbert , went clear to win by over 3 length under Philip Makin.

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, took keen hold, led and hung left over 1f out, went clear inside final furlong, eased towards finish (op 6/1 tchd 13/2)

 

10th August – Ayr: 2-y-o Forever a Lady loses her maiden tag second-time-out. Made all under Philip Makin to win by over a length for Straightline Construction Ltd.

Made all at ordinary gallop, ridden and quickened 2f out, kept on well final furlong

 

8th August – Haydock: Consecutive wins for Compton Heights. The favourite went clear under Philip Makin to win by over 3 lengths for owner David McKenzie.

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

With leader, led over 3f out, ridden clear final furlong (op 13/8 tchd 11/8)

 

7th August – Musselburgh: The good form continues with a double.

Invoke made all to win by over 3 lengths under Tom Queally for owner Michael Beaumont.

Made all at ordinary gallop, ridden and quickened clear over 1f out, comfortably

 

Consecutive wins for Pressure Point who lands the Class 2 feature race under Philip Makin for owner Mrs Janis Macpherson.

Prominent, headway to lead over 2f out, soon ridden, edged right over 1f out, kept on well final furlong

 

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

 

4th August – Catterick: Alaskan Wing kept on gamely to win by a neck under Tom Queally for owner Michael Beaumont.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Stumbled badly start, soon close up, slight lead 4f out, headed and ridden 2f out, driven over 1f out, kept on gamely under pressure to lead towards finish (tchd 11/4)

 

2nd August – Chester: Sound Advice wins the Class 3 MBNA Mile by 1 length under Philip Makin for owner/breeder G L S Partnership.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold, tracked leaders, ridden and headway to lead approaching final furlong, kept on well (tchd 9/2)

 

31st July – Musselburgh: 2-y-o Zebedee filly Zoraida loses her maiden tag comfortably by 2 lengths under Fergal Lynch for owners Straightline Construction Ltd.

Prominent, switched right and headway to lead inside final furlong, pushed out, comfortably (op 13/2 tchd 6/1)

 

27th July – Ayr: 2-y-o Farkle Minkus wins second-time-out, made all to win by 5 lengths under Phillip Makin for owner/breeder Gordon Leckie.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, set ordinary gallop, shaken up and quickened clear over 1f out, readily (op 6/4 tchd 13/8)

 

18th July – Ripon: Pressure Point lands the Class 2 feature race by a neck under Philip Makin for owner Mrs Janis Macpherson.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Close up, led and edged right over 1f out, driven out final furlong (op 9/2 tchd 5/1)

 

17th July – Hamilton: An eventful race for Moon Arc (ridden by Fergal Lynch for owner Johhny Higgins) where he was hampered twice and finished 2nd by a neck, only to have the race given to him after a stewards enquiry.

Close up, led halfway, ridden and hung badly left 2f out, straightened inside final furlong, kept on, finished first, disqualified and placed second (op 4/1 tchd 9/2)

 

13th July – Ayr: Compton Heights made all to win by 1 length, kept on well under Philip Makin for owner David McKenzie.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden over 1f out, kept on well final furlong (op 11/4)

 

11th July – Across the card double! Consecutive wins for Dark Defender (York – Quickened well to win by a neck under Philip Makin owned by Prestige Throughbred Racing) and Alaskan Wings (Hamilton – Made all to win by 2 lengths under Joe Doyle for Michael Beaumont).

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Dark Defender

Tracked leaders, headway 2f out, effort and not clear run over 1f out, switched right entering final furlong, ridden and quickened well to lead last 75yds

 

Alaskan Wing

Tracked leaders, headway 2f out, effort and not clear run over 1f out, switched right entering final furlong, ridden and quickened well to lead last 75yds

 

8th July – Catterick: Alaskan Wing makes all to win the lucky last by 5 lengths under Fergal Lynch for owner Michael Beaumont.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden clear well over 1f out, edged left approaching final furlong, kept on strongly (op 7/2)

 

5th July – Ayr: Corton Lad (J Hutton/Philip Makin) and Argaki (D G Savala/Philip Makin) win nicely giving the yard another double!
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Corton Lad

Midfield on outside, effort and ridden well over 1f out, kept on well under pressure to lead towards finish

Argaki

Prominent, shaken up over 1f out, quickened up to lead inside final furlong, kept on steadily

 

4th July – Carlisle: Ginger Jack kept on strongly defying top weight to win by over a length and it was consecutive wins for the favourite Go Dan Go held on well to win by 1/2 length giving us a double.

Ginger Jack

Held up, ridden and headway on outside well over 1f out, led inside final furlong, kept on strongly (op 4/1)

Go Dan Go

Held up, smooth headway 2f out, led and ridden approaching final furlong, soon hard pressed, held on well towards finish

 

3rd July – Haydock: Invoke made all driven out by Tom Queally to win by 1 length for owner Michael Beaumont.

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden over 1f out, edged right inside final furlong, driven out (op 9/4 tchd 11/4)

 

29th June – Musselburgh: A nice win for Neuf Des Coeurs winning by over 3 lengths under Joe Fanning for owner C J Colgan.

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Steadied in last place, shaken up and good headway on outside to lead over 1f out, soon clear (op 13/2 tchd 11/2)

 

24th June – Carlisle: Go Dan Go and Invoke win nicely giving the yard and Philip Makin a double.

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Go Dan Go:

Held up in touch on inside, headway to lead 1f out, edged left, ridden and ran on strongly (op 9/2)

 

Invoke:

Took keen hold early, pressed leader, ridden 2f out, led inside final furlong, kept on well (op 13/2)

 

 

17th June – Hamilton: A comfortable win for Stonefield Flyer, quickened up nicely to win by over a length under Fergal Lynch for owner/reeder Gordon Leckie.

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Dwelt, held up against stands’ rail, ridden over 1f out, quickened to lead inside final furlong, comfortably (op 11/2 tchd 9/2)

 

15th June – Carlisle: Tectonic justified favouritism winning the Ruddick Handicap by over a length under Philip Makin owned by Mrs L A Ogilvie.

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold, held up, smooth headway to press leader over 1f out, shaken up to lead last 75yds, kept on (tchd 15/8)

 

8th June – Ayr: Dark Defender loses his maiden tag second time out, kept on well to win by over a length for Prestige Thoroughbred Racing under Philip Makin.

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, effort and ridden over 1f out, led inside final furlong, kept on well towards finish (op 12/1)

 

6th June – Musselburgh: Consecutive wins for Tommy Docc who kept on well to land the Class 2 feature race by over a length under Philip Makin for Ronnie Docherty.

The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Dwelt, held up in rear, ridden over 2f out, good headway over 1f out, led 110yds out, edged right, kept on (op 12/1)

 

5th June – Catterick: Glenrowan Rose loses her maiden tag at the second time of asking under Philip Makin owned by Equus Syndicate

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Close up, effort well over 1f out, soon ridden, kept on well to lead near finish (op 11/4)

 

30th May – York: 1 runner, 1 winner! Pressure Point lands the Class 3 LAR Asbestos Removal Stakes (Handicap) under Philip Makin for owner Mrs Janis Macpherson.

The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

In touch, ridden over 2f out, stayed on well final furlong, led towards finish (op 6/1)

 

28th May – Sandown: Jacob Black made all to land the Class 3 Cantor Fitzgerald Trackers Quants Whitsun Cup (Handicap) by a neck under Frankie Dettori for owners Redgate Bloodstock & Charles Wentworth.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden final furlong, always holding on (op 9/2)

 

27th May – Hamilton: Double at our local track!

Neuf Des Coeurs

Held up on inside, steady headway over 2f out, squeezing through when hit over head by rival’s whip entering final furlong, stayed on well to lead near finish (op 16/1)

Moon Arc

Held up, effort and driven over 2f out, good headway approaching final furlong, led last 50yds, kept on (op 9/2)

The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

 

26th May – Redcar: Consecutive wins for So It’s War, kept on gamely to win by 1/2 length under Philip Makin for owner Glasgow Weldspec Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leader, close up halfway, slight lead 3f out, ridden well over 1f out, driven inside final furlong, kept on gamely (op 5/2)

 

25th May – Carlisle: Consecutive wins for Maleficent Queen landing the feature race by over a length for owner Glasgow Weldspec Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold, held up in touch, smooth headway on outside over 2f out, led and edged right approaching final furlong, pushed out (op 6/5 tchd 5/4 in a place)

 

23rd May – Beverley: So It’s War loses his maiden tag in gamely fashion to win by a nose under Philip Makin for owner Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leading pair, headway 3f out, soon close up, ridden well over 1f out, driven inside final furlong, not much room, kept on gamely to lead on line (op 10/3 tchd 7/2)

 

22nd May – Pontefract: Beautiful Stranger stayed on well to win the Heart Breakfast Handicap by a neck under Philip Makin for Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, effort and not clear run 1 1/2f out, soon switched right and ridden, driven and stayed on well final furlong to lead near line (op 2/1)

 

18th May – Redcar: Tommy Docc stayed on well to win by over 2 lengths under for owner Ronnie Docherty – 2 wins from 4 runs.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

In touch, couple of early reminders, ridden over 2f out, stayed on well from approaching final furlong, led 110yds out (op 10/1 tchd 17/2)

 

16th May – Thirsk: Ginger Jack records his first win since joining us, held on well to win by 1/2 length under Philip Makin for owner C H McGhie.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up in midfield, headway on inside to lead over 1f out, hard pressed inside final furlong, held on well towards finish (op 9/2 tchd 7/2)

 

15th May – Hamilton: Double at our local track! Maleficent Queen loses her maiden tag at the second time of asking, driven clear by 4 lengths under Andrew Mullen for Weldspec Glasgow Ltd.

Took keen hold early, held up, smooth headway to lead over 2f out, soon hard pressed, driven clear final furlong (op 5/1)

Archie’s Advice takes the next race holding the favourite to win by 1/2 length under Philip akin for G L S Partnership.

Held up, steady headway over 3f out, effort when not clear run and switched to outside well over 1f out, sustained run final furlong, led towards finish (op 8/1)

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

 

11th May – Musselburgh: Consecutive wins for Go Dan Go who took the Racing UK handicap by 5 lengths under Philip Makin for Richard and Katherine Gilbert.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Soon tracking leaders, smooth headway to lead approaching 2f out, clear when edged left over 1f out, pushed out final furlong (op 9/4 tchd 2/1 and tchd 3/1)

 

7th May – Carlisle: Tara Mac loses her maiden tag for our yard sponsor Straightline Constrution Ltd to win by 8 lengths under Craig Nichol.
The yard is currently running at a 67% strike-rate over jumps.

Held up behind leading group, pushed along briefly halfway, smooth headway 3 out, led next, soon pushed clear (op 7/1 tchd 13/2)

 

2nd May – Thirsk: Sound Advice lands the Class 2 feature race by 2 lengths under Philip Makin for owner/breeder G L S Partnership.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, led over 1f out, stayed on strongly (op 7/1)

 

30th April – Sedgefield: Our first runner of the jumps season is a winner! Bertie Moon loses his maiden tag over jumps by 4 lengths under Wilson Renwick for our yard sponsor Straighline Construction Ltd.

The yard is currently running at a 100% strike-rate over jumps.

Tracked leaders, led 5th, driven and stayed on well from 2 out (tchd 6/4)

 

23rd April – Beverley: Go Dan Go loses his maiden tag by a nose under Philip Makin for owners Richard and Katherine Gilbert.

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, effort over 2f out, led last 150yds, held on near finish (op 9/4)

 

18th April – Wolverhampton: Argaki holds on to win on his all-weather debut by a nose under John Egan for owner D G Savala.

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

With leader, driven over 3f out, carried right over 1f out, stayed on to lead post (op 3/1)

 

11th April – Newcastle: Sir Lancelott and Pressure Point give us a double both under Philip Makin.

The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Pressure Point – Owned by Mrs Janis Macpherson – Won by 3 lengths.

Held up in touch, steady headway when not clear run briefly over 2f out, effort and shaken up over 1f out, quickened to lead inside final furlong, kept on strongly (op 10/3)

Sire Lancelott – Owned by G Brogan – Won by 3 1/4 lengths.

Held up, smooth headway over 2f out, led going well over 1f out, ridden and kept on strongly final furlong (tchd 17/2)

 

7th April – Lingfield: Salvatore Fury lands the Class 4 feature race (Div II) by a nose under Jim Crowley for Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Close up, went 2nd well over 1f out going easily, shaken up to lead inside final furlong, soon joined, driven and just prevailed

 

27th March – Newcastle: 5 on the bounce for Montoya’s Son, landing the Class 3 handicap chase for Straightline Construction Ltd under Craig Nichol.
The yard is currently running at a 19% strike-rate over jumps.

In touch, smooth headway to lead 3 out, clear after next, kept on strongly (tchd 9/4)

 

18th March – Haydock: A great round of jumping for Nexius who took the handicap hurdle in easy fashion winning by 9 lengths under Wilson Renwick for our yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 18% strike-rate over jumps.

Held up, headway 5th, travelling well after 3 out, led on bit 2 out, clear last, easily (tchd 15/2)

 

10th March – Southwell: Tommy Docc loses his maiden tag at the second time of asking, stayed on strongly to win by 4 lengths under Philip Makin for owner Ronnie Docherty.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leaders, pushed along and headway over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, led just inside final furlong, stayed on strongly (op 5/2)

 

3rd March – Newcastle: Montoya’s Son completes a four-timer under Wilson Renwick for our yard sponsor Straightline Construcrion Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate over jumps.

Chased leaders, not fluent and outpaced 3 out, rallied before last, led last 75yds, kept on strongly (op 4/1)

 

26th February – Chelmsford: Chookie Royale defied top weight to take the feature race by 2 lengths under Tom Eaves for owner/breeder Raeburn Brick Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Soon bustled up to lead, made rest, ridden 2f out, in command and drifted right under pressure inside final furlong, driven out (tchd 5/1)

 

9th February – Wolverhampton: Sir Lancelott loses his maiden tag by a head under Joe Fanning for owner G Brogan.
The yard is currently running at a 20% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, raced keenly, shaken up to lead well inside final furlong, ran on (tchd 8/1 and 10/1)

 

16th January – Lingfield: Stonefield Flyer wins readily by 3 lengths under Joe Fanning for owner G R Leckie.
The yard is currently running at a 27% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leader, shaken up to lead over 1f out, ridden clear final furlong, readily (op 5/6)

 

7th January – Lingfield: A first all weather victory for Les Gar Gan under Joe Fanning for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leaders, effort on inner to challenge over 1f out, led inside final furlong, edged right but forged ahead final 100yds, ran on (op 3/1)

 

4th January – Southwell: Crakehill Lad wins first-time-out since joining the yard, kept on well to win by 1 1/2 lengths for G Brogan under Joe Fanning.

Close up, led halfway, ridden over 2f out, driven over 1f out, edged right entering final furlong, kept on (op 15/2)

 

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3rd December – Kempton: A first win since joining our yard for Gios Last under Joe fanning for our yard sponsor Straightline construction Ltd.

Tracked leader at moderate pace, led well over 1f out, pressed and ridden inside final furlong, stayed on and on top at finish (op 5/2)

 

29th November – Newcastle: Montoya’s Son completes a hat-trick under Wilson Renwick for our yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.

The yard is currently running at a 30% strike-rate over jumps.

Took keen hold, in touch, steady headway to chase leader 5 out, led going well 3 out, ridden before last, edged right and held on well under pressure run-in (op 11/4)

 

26th November – Kempton: A consecutive win for Archie’s Advice for owner G L S Partnership under Joe Fanning.

Settled in midfield, forced to check left well over 1f out, good progress soon after, ran on to lead last 120yds, ridden out (op 9/4 tchd 2/1)

 

6th November – Musselburgh: A third consecutive win for Nexius who kept on strongly to win by 1 3/4 lengths owned by our sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd under Wilson Renwick.
The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate over jumps.

In touch, smooth headway to lead before 2 out, ridden and hard pressed run-in, kept on strongly to assert last 75yds (op 9/4 tchd 3/1)

 

4th November – Kempton: Stonefield Flyer pleases favourite backers winning by 3/4 length under George Baker for owner R G Leckie.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leader, ridden over 2f out, kept on to lead final 100yds (op 9/4)

 

3rd November – Wolverhampton: A consecutive win for Sewn Up under Philip Makin owned by John Kelly.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Soon pushed along and prominent, shaken up over 1f out, ran on to lead near finish (op 10/3 tchd 3/1)

 

29th October – Kempton: Archie’s Advice went off favourite and delivered by over 2 lengths under Freddie Tylicki for owner G L S Partnership.
The yard is currently running at a 13& strike-rate on the flat.

In touch, ridden and progress into 4th over 2f out, hanging and raced awkwardly over 1f out, driven and closed to lead last 150yds, soon clear

 

27th October – Ayr: Consecutive win over hurdles for Hurricane Hollow under Wilson Renwick for our sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate over jumps.

Mid-division, headway after 6th, led approaching last, ran on well, pushed out (op 5/2)

 

24th October – Wolverhampton: Sewn Up holds on to win by a shoulder under Philip Makin for owner John Kelly.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Soon prominent, chased leader over 5f out, led over 1f out, soon ridden, just held on (op 10/3 tchd 7/2)

 

23rd October – Carlisle: A consecutive win for Montoya’s Son, lead over the last to win by 7 lengths under conditional Craig Nichol for our sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 27% strike-rate over jumps.

Prominent, niggled along after 5 out, rallied next, ridden to lead last, drew clear run-in (op 2/1)

 

21st October – Kempton: A fifth victory for Salvatore Fury, the 4-y-o quickened nicely to beat the favourite by 1/2 length under Jim Crowley for owner Prestige Thoroughbred Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Patiently ridden towards rear, smooth headway over 1f out, shaken up and quickened to lead final 50yds (op 4/1)

 

13th October – Sedgefield: Montoya’s Son wins first-time-out since joining our yard, an impressive 13 length victory under Wilson Renwick for our yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 20% strike-rate over jumps.

Tracked leaders, 2nd 8th, led after 12th, clear between last 2, eased closing stages (op 5/1)

 

8th October – Kempton: Our 60th winner of the season comes from Just The Tip for our sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd under stable jockey Tom Eaves
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leader, upsides and going best over 2f out, shaken up to lead over 1f out, ran on strongly, readily (op 4/1)

 

7th October – Leicester: 3-y-o Les Gar Gan a worthy favourite staying on to win by 1/2 length for owners Middleham Park Racing under Paul Hanagan.
The yard is currently running at a 13% strike-rate on the flat.

Always prominent, shaken up to lead 2f out, soon headed, rallied to lead inside final furlong, stayed on (op 6/4)

 

3rd October – Hexham: An impressive first win of the National Hunt season in the form of Hurricane Hollow under Wilson Renwick for our yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 17% strike-rate over jumps.

Held up, steady headway to chase leaders after 4 out, went second next, led before last, soon pushed along, quickened clear run-in, comfortably (op 1/2 tchd 8/15)

 

19th September – Ayr: Beautiful Stranger won with ears pricked by 2 lengths under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Steadied start, held up, steady headway over 2f out, effort over 1f out, led inside final furlong, pricked ears, pushed out (op 7/1)

 

18th September – Ayr: Galileo gelding Harrison’s Cave kept on well to win by a neck under Joe Fanning.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up towards rear, headway over 2f out, kept on well final furlong to lead towards finish (op 14/1)

 

15th September – Musselburgh: 2-y-o Zebedee gelding Danot made all to win for Equus Syndicate under stable jockey Tom Eaves.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, pushed along 2f out, kept on strongly final furlong (op 7/4)

 

10th September – Carlisle: Tectonic notched up his fourth win under Phillip Makin for owner Mrs L A Ogilvie.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Held up on inside, headway and prominent when not clear run approaching final furlong, kept on well to lead near finish (op 6/1 tchd 5/1)

 

5th September – Musselburgh: A first victory for Pressure Point under Phillip Makin for owner Mrs Janis Macpherson.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Midfield, ridden over 2f out, ran on well from over 1f out, led 110yds out (op 14/1)

 

2nd September – Carlisle and Hamilton: Front runs by two consistent horses.

Jacob Black made all to win by 3 lengths notching up his third victory on his sixth start under Tom Eaves for owner Redgate Bloodstock.

Hanalei Bay made all and ran on clear to win by over 2 lengths under Phillip Makin for owner Mrs Francesca Mitchell.

 

27th August – Carlisle: Chookie’s Lass loses her maiden tag in style under Phillip Makin for owner Raeburn Brick Limited.

Took keen hold, made all, ridden and quickened over 1f out, kept on strongly final furlong, unchallenged

 

22nd August – Hamilton: 50 up for the flat season in the form of Live Dangerously who lost his maiden tag for Lamont Racing under stable jockey Tom Eaves.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, pressed throughout, ridden halfway, driven over 1f out, held on well, asserted final 50yds (op 6/1)

 

8th August – Haydock: A consecutive win for Lady Desire, the 2-y-o filly drew clear under Philip Makin to win by 3 1/2 lengths for owner G Brogan.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Chased leaders, challenging over 2f out, led over 1f out, ran on well to draw clear inside final 100yds (op 7/2)

 

2nd August – Thirsk / Hamilton: Double! Chances Are (Tom Eaves/Steve Macdonald) loses her maiden tag second time-out and the consistent Hanalei Bay (Phillip Makin/Mrs Francesca Mitchell) records his third victory.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

 

27th July – Carlisle: The good run continues – a 164-1 treble for the team in the form of Just The Tip, Corton Lad and Archie’s Advice all under stable jockey Tom Eaves.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

 

25th July – Thirsk: 1 runner – 1 winner! Grey Zeb loses his maiden tag in style by 5 lengths under Tom Eaves for owner (and yard sponsor) Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders on inner, led just inside final furlong, soon clear (op 6/1 tchd 7/1)

 

22nd July – Carlisle: A consecutive win for Jacob Black, made all to win strongly for owner/breeder Redgate Bloodstock.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, ridden and strongly pressed over 2f out, kept on well and always in command final 110yds (tchd 4/1)

 

21st July – Syndicate Double! Porthos Du Vallon scores his second victory under Tom Eaves for Lamont Racing at Ayr, and Danot loses his maiden tag at Beverley under Joe Fanning for Equus Syndicate.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

 

17th July – Hamilton: Incurs Four Faults wins in style by 3 lengths under Joe Fanning for owner J S Morrison.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Took keen hold early, made all, pushed along over 2f out, drew clear final furlong (op 9/2)

 

12th July – Hamilton: Edgar Balthazar wins first-time-out for Middleham Park racing and stable jockey Tom Eaves.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Went right start, made all, driven along 2f out, hard pressed final furlong, held on gamely (op 7/4 tchd 11/4)

 

6th July – Ayr: The purple patch continues with another double for the yard! Hanalei Bay (Mrs Francesca Mitchell/Phillip Makin) and Sound Advice (G L S Partnership/Jason Hart).
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Hanalei Bay: Tracked leaders, not much room over 2f out to well over 1f out, soon ridden, kept on well final furlong to lead near finish (tchd 4/1)

Sound Advice: Took keen hold, made all, ridden and hard pressed over 2f out, driven out final furlong (tchd 7/4)

 

5th July – Carlisle: Salvatore Fury and Sandra’s Diamond make it a double for owner Prestige Thoroughbred Racing and Graham Lee.
The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

Salvatore Fury: In touch, shaken up over 1f out, coaxed along to lead inside final furlong, soon ridden and edged right, kept on (op 15/8 tchd 7/4)

Sandra’s Diamond: Took keen hold, led, ridden and headed over 1f out, rallied to lead inside final furlong, kept on well under pressure (op 4/1)

 

4th July – Haydock: A consecutive win for Wee Frankie, the Heliostatic gelding has won on both racecourse starts. A winner for owner Lamont racing and jockey Sean Levey.
The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

Raced keenly, prominent, ridden to take 2nd over 2f out, soon hung right, strong challenge inside final furlong, led final 75yds, stayed on dourly (op 13/8 tchd 11/8)

 

26th June – Carlisle: Incurs Four Faults lost his maiden tag, made all to win by over 2 lengths under Jason Hart for owner J S Morrison.

Made all, stayed on well final furlong, driven out (tchd 8/1)

Newcastle: Corton Lad justified favouritism to win comfortably under Tom Eaves for owner J Hutton.

Took keen hold, made all, quickened clear over 3f out, pushed along and kept on well from 2f out, unchallenged (tchd 6/5)

The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

 

18th June – Hamilton – A four-timer at our local track!

Lady Desire (G Brogan/ Jason Hart)

Dwelt, hung right throughout, soon pushed along in rear, headway over 2f out, led over 1f out, ridden clear final furlong (op 9/1)

Porthos Du Vallon (Lamont Racing/Jason Hart)

Pulled hard, soon midfield, effort and switched left well over 1f out, edged right and led inside final furlong, kept on strongly (op 11/2)

Jacob Black (Redgate Bloodstock/Jason Hart)

Made all at steady gallop, ridden and quickened clear over 2f out, eased inside final furlong, easily (tchd 9/4 after early 7/2 in a place)

Vosne Romanee (Straightline Construction/Phillip Makin)

Started slowly, held up, nudged along and steady headway to chase leaders 2f out, shaken up to lead well inside final furlong, driven out (op 3/1 tchd 4/1)

The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

 

14th June – Musselburgh: 14th June – Musselburgh: A treble for the team!

Just The Tip lost her maiden tag

Dwelt, held up in touch, headway 2f out, ridden to challenge strongly final furlong, kept on, led towards finish (op 7/1 tchd 4/1)

A consecutive win for Lysino – giving owner Straightline Construction Ltd a double

Soon in touch, moved upsides 4f out, ridden to lead 2f out, kept on well to assert inside final furlong (tchd 4/7)

Mazeppa made all to win for owner-breeder Gordon McDowall

Made all, ridden over 2f out, kept on well, edged left inside final furlong, comfortably (tchd 9/2)

The yard is currently running at a 16% strike-rate on the flat.

11th June – Hamilton: George Rooke held off the favourite to land the feature race Class 4 Strathclyde Loch Handicap by a head for owner Mrs Janis Macpherson and stable jockey Tom Eaves.

Prominent, headway to lead inside final furlong, soon ridden and edged right, kept on towards finish (op 7/2 tchd 5/2)

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

 

9th June – Ayr: A double for the yard and stable jockey Tom Eaves.

Doc Charm (Prestige Thoroughbred Racing)

Tracked leaders going well, smooth headway to lead over 1f out, ridden clear (op 6/4)

Lysino (Straightline Construction Ltd)

Took keen hold, chased leaders, left in lead over 4f out, driven over 2f out, stayed on strongly (op 10/3 tchd 5/2)

The yard is currently running at a 15% strike-rate on the flat.

7th June – Musselburgh: 2-y-o Kodiac filly Ko Cache won the Class 2 TOTEPOOL EBF STALLIONS.COM EDINBURGH CASTLE STAKES CONDITIONS (BOBIS RACE) at 33/1 under stable jockey Tom Eaves for Owner Straightline Construction ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Went right start, prominent on outer, ridden halfway, kept on to lead towards finish (op 22/1)

4th June – Southwell: Frankthetank justified favouritism to score his fourth victory here at Southwell under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner Raymond McNeill.
The yard is currently running at a 14% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leader, effort and close up over 2f out, led well over 1f out and soon ridden, driven inside final furlong, held on well towards finish (op Evens tchd 5/6)

16th May – Hamilton: Wee Frankie wins on debut for owners Lamont Racing ridden by Phillip Makin. The 3-y-o Heliostatic colt stayed on well to win by 1 1/4 lengths.
The yard is currently running at a 17% strike-rate on the flat.

Tracked leaders, effort and ridden 2f out, led inside final furlong, stayed on well (op 17/2 tchd 7/1)

24th April – Newcastle: Ko Cache wins second time out, our first 2-y-o winner of the new flat season. Made all and held on to win by a nose under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 23% strike-rate on the flat.

Made all, pressed throughout, ridden 2f out, kept on, just held on (op 22/1 tchd 25/1)

22nd April – Wolverhampton: Vosne Romanee loses his maiden tag in the lucky last under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 24% strike-rate on the flat.

RP comments: Tracked leaders, pulled hard, lost place 7f out, not clear run over 2f out, headway over 1f out, ridden to lead inside final furlong, ran on well (op 8/1).

19th April – Carlisle: Nexius defies top weight to record back-to-back victories under Wilson Renwick for owner Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 22% strike-rate for the National Hunt season.

26th March – Southwell: After several placed efforts Sound Advice was back to winning ways after a 6 length victory at Southwell under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owners G L S Partnership.

The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate on the flat.

25th March – Southwell: Arr’ Kid notched up his second win under a front-running ride by stable jockey Tom Eaves for owners Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate on the flat.

22nd March – Kelso: Bellorophon loses his maiden tag impressively by 23l for Straightline Construction Ltd under a spare ride from Ryan Mania.
The yard is currently running at a strike-rate of 24% over jumps.

15th March – Newcastle: Across the card double at Newcastle. Wayward Glance and Nexius provides owner and yard sponsor Straightline Construction Ltd a double at their local track under Wilson Renwick.

8th March – Wolverhampton: Chookie Royale takes the Class 1 Listed Race at Wolverhampton under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner Raeburn Brick Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 36% strike-rate on the flat.

27th February – Southwell: Consecutive wins for Frankthetank, made all from a front-running ride by Tom Eaves, defies the penalty to win by 5l for owner Raymond McNeill.
The yard is currently running at a 36% strike-rate on the flat.

18th February – Southwell: The good run continues as Frankthetank secures a 5l victory for new owner Raymond McNeill under Joe Fanning.
The yard is currently running at a 38% strike-rate on the flat.

12th February – Kempton: Stonefield Flyer got back to winning ways when taking the Class 4 feature race at Kempton. Ridden by stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner G R Leckie.
The yard is currently running at a 36% strike-rate on the flat.

11th February – Southwell: Double at Southwell! Arr’ Kid (Who lost his maiden tag) and Beautiful Stranger gives us an across the card double ridden by stable jockey Tom Eaves and owned by Weldspec Glasgow Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 36% strike-rate on the flat.

6th February – Wolverhampton: Boogangoo recorded her second victory on the bounce for owners Middleham Park Racing. the 3-y-o made all under Joe Fanning to win comfortably.
The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate on the flat.

3rd February – Wolverhampton: Chookie Royale has been ever-so consistent of late on the all weather. He took the class 2 Ladbrokes Conditions Stakes at Wolverhampton in emphatic style under stable jockey Tom Eaves to win by 7 lengths for owner Raeburn Brick Limited.
The yard is currently running at a 33% strike-rate on the flat.

28th January – Southwell: Luctor Emergo secures back-to-back victories after winning the amateur rider’s handicap at Southwell under Mr S Walker. Kept on well to win by 1/2 length for owner Straightline Construction Ltd.
The yard is currently running at a 31% strike-rate on the flat.

27th January – Wolverhampton: Literally a two horse race at Wolves. Boogangoo made all to win comfortably by 3 lengths under stable jockey Tom Eaves for Middleham Park Racing.
The yard is currently running at a 27% strike-rate on the flat, and 24% National Hunt.

26th January – Sedgefield: Royal Supreme made his debut in impressive style winning the bumper at Sedgefield by 7 lengths under Wilson Renwick, ensuring owner Equus Syndicate keeps their 100% strike-rate!.

21st January – Southwell: Basingstoke followed up from his previous run to secure consecutive wins. A worthy favourite winning by 4 lengths under stable jockey Tom Eaves for owner Straightline Construction Ltd.

14th January – Southwell: A double for the team, and our first winners of 2014. Basingstoke and Frankthetank both lost their maiden tags under a front-running ride by stable jockey Tom Eaves – a 285-1 double!. Owned by Straightline Construction Ltd.