Hamilton Racecard - Friday 27th August

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TODAY’S RACING

TODAY’S CONTENTS Welcome Racecourse Map

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4.35 The Contraflow Traffic Management 12 Ltd Nursery Handicap (Class 5)

Trackfacts

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5.10 The Whysettle It Networks Maiden Stakes (Class 5) (GBB Race)16

Today’s Jockeys & How to Read Your Racecard

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5.40 The Pdm Buildbase Scotland Handicap (Class 6)

Racing Jargon Buster

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Race Conditions

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6.10 The British Stallions EBF Fillies’ Handicap (Class 3) 26 6.40 The Phoenix Utilities Ltd Lanark Silver Bell Handicap (Class 3) 32

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WELCOME A very warm welcome indeed to you all tonight and thank you for coming to our Phoenix Utilities Ltd Lanark Silver Bell Racenight with GBX. Tonight there is so much positive news to celebrate and I hope that you are personally able to celebrate with us by picking out some winners from tonight’s seven exciting races. Firstly, we are delighted to welcome Phoenix Utilities as a new partner of the racecourse and title sponsor for this evening. This company is one of the fastest growing and innovative multi utility providers across Scotland, and having them support this evening, our most historic race meeting is wonderful. We wish Kenny Nicol, CEO of Phoenix Utilities and all the company’s guests a tremendous evening. We have a full card of valued sponsors this evening, some of whom have worked with us for many years. Patersons of Greenoakhill, EBF, Whysettle IT, Contraflow and PDM Buildbase. I’d like to personally thank them all for their partnership and support, not only of tonight’s race meeting, but of Hamilton Park in general. The Lanark Silver Bell itself is being raced for here at Hamilton Park for the 13th time tonight. It’s always been a race which attracts huge interest both from owners and trainers of the horses declared to run, but also of the local community here in Hamilton and in Lanark where it originated from, and where the Lord Cornets join us from to mark the occasion of the running of the Lanark Silver Bell. Tonight’s field has William Haggas setting his sights on winning the historic trophy once more, having become the first winner here back in 2008 with Tifernati. Tonight he has Mahrajaan as the favourite with course expert, Paul Hanagan on board. He has some stiff competition though from Mark Johnston’s yard who has won this race five times, and our local regular winner Keith Dalgleish whose Euro Implosion has clocked up three wins here at Hamilton Park this season. Another point we are celebrating tonight is having the green light to welcome back our full capacity crowd. With the help of South Lanarkshire Council, and you our customers being so accommodating with the changes in restrictions over the summer, we have had our well thought out and structured plans approved to allow us to operate a safe and secure site for our customers and staff. We must all remember however, that the virus has not gone away and so I would ask that you all remember to wear a mask when you are indoors on-site, (unless you are seated to eat or drink), which includes when you go inside to the bathrooms, enter and exit the hospitality suites, are in any of the official buildings of the racecourse such as the office, or Weighing Room. We would also encourage you still to wear a mask, in line with Scottish Government’s recommendations, when you are in a crowded area e.g. the Parade Ring, around the stage tonight, or in a large group outdoors. After racing we are so excited to be able to have live entertainment courtesy of George Bowie with his GBX anthems. Absence certainly does make the heart grow fonder, as it’s been too long since we’ve had George on course with his tremendous dance tracks to end the night in style. Have a great evening and be lucky! Kind regards, VIVIEN CURRIE MBE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE

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TRACKFACTS

Top Course Trainers

LEADING TRAINERS AT HAMILTON (2016-2021) WITH RUNNERS: K DALGLEISH (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs BIG BOY HARLEY (4.35), HEIGHTS OF ARAN and BELLSLEA (5.10), MI CAPRICHO and PADDYPLEX (5.40), HIPSWAY and FINALLY MINE (6.10), PLATINUMCARD and EURO IMPLOSION (6.40), TEFNUT and THREE CASTLES (7.10). R FAHEY (38 wins from 263 runners, 14%) runs FORM OF PRAISE (4.35), GORAK (5.10), MORJHANA (5.40). M JOHNSTON (37 wins from 206 runners, 18%) runs SUBJECTIVE VALUE (4.35), SUPER STARS (5.10), BASILICATA (6.10), LOVE IS GOLDEN and BIG KITTEN (6.40). K RYAN (31 wins from 135 runners, 23%) runs KENTUCKY ROSE (4.35), VISION OF VICTORY (6.10), BANNOW (7.40). D O’MEARA (29 wins from 148 runners, 20%) runs TRUSTY SCOUT (5.40), JOHN JASPER (7.10).

Trainers In Form

MOST WINS IN THE LAST 14 DAYS: W HAGGAS (13 wins from 57 runners, 23%) runs SWEET BELIEVER (6.10), MAHRAJAAN (6.40). T EASTERBY (12 wins from 104 runners, 12%) runs STREETSENSE BERTIE (5.10). M JOHNSTON (9 wins from 97 runners, 9%) runners listed above. K RYAN (7 wins from 42 runners, 17%) runners listed above. D O’MEARA (6 wins from 70 runners, 9%) runners listed above.

Top Course Jockeys

LEADING JOCKEYS AT HAMILTON (2016-2021) WITH RIDES: JOE FANNING (34 wins from 245 rides, 14%) rides SUBJECTIVE VALUE (4.35), BELLSLEA (5.10), PADDYPLEX (5.40), FINALLY MINE (6.10), BIG KITTEN (6.40), THREE CASTLES (7.10), SHESADABBER (7.40). BEN CURTIS (28 wins from 121 rides, 23%) rides SUPER STARS (5.10), VENTURA GOLD (5.40), BASILICATA (6.10), LOVE IS GOLDEN (6.40), FRAMLEY GARTH (7.10), STRONSAY (7.40). CALLUM RODRIGUEZ (19 wins from 103 rides, 18%) rides BIG BOY HARLEY (4.35), HEIGHTS OF ARAN (5.10), MI CAPRICHO (5.40), TEFNUT (7.10). ANDREW MULLEN (16 wins from 159 rides, 10%) rides HOPEDALE (5.10), HAVANA GO (5.40), BOUNCING BOBBY (7.10), TOMILY (7.40). TOM EAVES (14 wins from 162 rides, 9%) rides KENTUCKY ROSE (4.35), THUNDER LEGEND (5.10), DANCIN BOY (5.40), DASH OF SPICE (6.40), MILLIE THE MINX (7.10), BANNOW (7.40).

Jockeys In Form

MOST WINS IN THE LAST 14 DAYS: BEN CURTIS (9 wins from 49 rides, 18%) rides listed above. SAM JAMES (8 wins from 34 rides, 24%) rides HIPSWAY (6.10), EURO IMPLOSION (6.40), ICE CANYON (7.10). SHANE GRAY (5 wins from 29 rides, 17%) rides TRUSTY SCOUT (5.40), VISION OF VICTORY (6.10), JOHN JASPER (7.10), ALEEF (7.40). TOM EAVES (5 wins from 33 rides, 15%) rides listed above. JASON HART (5 wins from 37 rides, 14%) rides STREETSENSE BERTIE (5.10), KOOLA BUALA (5.40), FIRST IMPRESSION (6.40), MELODY KING (7.40).

Longest Travellers

THUNDER LEGEND (5.10) trained by H Palmer, Newmarket, distance of 360 miles. SWEET BELIEVER (6.10) & MAHRAJAAN (6.40) trained by W Haggas, Newmarket, distance of 360 miles. KOOLA BUALA (5.40) trained by I Furtado, Newark, distance of 268 miles. ICE CANYON (7.10) & ALEEF (7.40) trained by K Frost, Newark, distance of 268 miles. VENTURA GOLD (5.40) trained by J Mackie, Church Broughton, distance of 261 miles. SHESADABBER (7.40) trained by M Mullineaux, Tarporley, distance of 225 miles. TRUSTY SCOUT (5.40) & JOHN JASPER (7.10) trained by D O’Meara, Upper Helmsley, distance of 208 miles. ISLADAAY (4.35) & DASH OF SPICE (6.40) trained by A Keatley, Malton, distance of 203 miles. FIRST IMPRESSION (6.40) & MELODY KING (7.40) trained by J J Quinn, Malton, distance of 203 miles. IVA REFLECTION (5.40) trained by Mrs L Stubbs, Malton, distance of 203 miles. FORM OF PRAISE (4.35), GORAK (5.10), MORJHANA (5.40) trained by R Fahey, Malton, distance of 203 miles. STREETSENSE BERTIE (5.10) trained by T Easterby, Malton, distance of 203 miles. WHERE’S JEFF (6.40) trained by M & D Easterby, Sheriff Hutton, distance of 200 miles. KENTUCKY ROSE (4.35), VISION OF VICTORY (6.10), BANNOW (7.40) trained by K Ryan, Hambleton, distance of 183 miles. FRAMLEY GARTH (7.10) & STRONSAY (7.40) trained by Liam Bailey, Middleham, distance of 164 miles. SUBJECTIVE VALUE (4.35), SUPER STARS (5.10), BASILICATA (6.10), BIG KITTEN (6.40), LOVE IS GOLDEN (6.40) trained by M Johnston, Middleham, distance of 164 miles. GLORIOUS RIO (7.40) trained by Mrs Stella Barclay, Garstang, distance of 160 miles. DANCIN BOY (5.40) trained by M Dods, Darlington, distance of 151 miles. NOTE: All statistics are up to and including 25th August.

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TODAY’S JOCKEYS Ben Curtis 5.10, 5.40, 6.10, 6.40, 7.10, 7.40 Phil Dennis 7.10, 7.40 Tom Eaves 4.35, 5.10, 5.40, 6.40, 7.10, 7.40 Andrew Elliott 5.40

Joe Fanning 4.35, 5.10, 5.40, 6.10, 6.40, 7.10, 7.40 Adam Farragher 6.10 Billy Garritty 6.40 Shane Gray 5.40, 6.10, 7.10, 7.40 Paul Hanagan 4.35, 5.10, 5.40, 6.40 Cam Hardie 5.40, 7.10

Jason Hart 5.10, 5.40, 6.40, 7.40 Sam James 6.10, 6.40, 7.10 Joanna Mason 5.40, 6.40 Andrew Mullen 5.10, 5.40, 7.10, 7.40 Jonny Peate 7.40 Callum Rodriguez 4.35, 5.10, 5.40, 7.10 Ryan Sexton 4.35

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4 9-7 (9) Owner: Lets be lucky racing 20 and partner Jockey: Kevin Stott Breeder: Mr D. V. Williams Trainer: Oliver Greenall, Malpas Probable S.P.: 14-1 Headgear: Tongue Strap Cheek Pieces Sponsor: Bryn Vyrnwy Caravan Park Ltd., Swansway

TIMEFORM VIEW Bit below form when seventh of 14 in handicap at this course (11.1f, good to firm) 72 days ago, finding test too much. Back down in trip. Tongue strap on 1st time. Others preferred. TF RatingHHIII BHA 55

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STAR RATINGS EXPLAINED Each horse has been given a star rating, these are defined below: HHHHH Selected to win the race. HHHHI Good chance of being placed. HHHII By no means out of the reckoning but at least one or two hold stronger claims. HHIII Unlikely to win but not totally without hope. HIIII Can be given little or no chance.


RACING JARGON BUSTER Do not be put off by the weird terms you may hear on the racetrack. Like any traveller in a strange country, the novice racegoer will soon pick up a smattering of the language, and then rapidly become fluent. The following might help those racegoers keen to enhance their language skills. ACCUMULATOR bet involving two or more selections in different races: winnings from one are placed on the next ALLOWANCE is the weight concession the horse is given to compensate for its rider’s inexperience ALL WEATHER RACING flat racing which takes place on an artificial surface AMATEUR (rider) on racecards, their names are prefixed by Mr, Mrs, Captain, etc., to indicate their amateur status APPRENTICE young jockey tied by annually renewed contract to a licensed trainer while he or she is learning the business of race-riding BACKWARD used of a horse which needs time to mature CLAIMER of a race: a claiming race; of a jockey: an apprentice COLT male, ungelded horse up to four years old COURSE SPECIALIST horse which tends to run well at a particular track DAM mother of a horse DISTANCE the length of a race: 5 furlongs is the minimum and the 4 1⁄2 miles of the Grand National the longest. Also, the margin by which a horse wins or is beaten by the horse in front: this ranges from a short head to ‘by a distance’ (more than 30 lengths); a ‘length’ is measured from the horse’s nose to the start of its tail DISTANCE an unmarked point 240 yards from the winning post (thus ‘below the distance’ means closer home than that point) DRAW for flat racing only, describes a horse’s position in the starting stalls, drawn randomly the day before EVENS or EVEN MONEY when your stake exactly equals your winnings - thus £5 at evens wins a further £5 FILLY female horse up to four years old FOAL horse of either sex from the time of its birth until 1 January the following year FURLONG 220 yards (one eighth of a mile) GELDING castrated horse GOING the description of conditions underfoot on the racecourse. Official Jockey Club going reports progress as follows: Heavy - soft - good to soft - good - good to firm firm - hard GREEN (of a horse) inexperienced HAND unit of four inches in which a horse’s height is measured, at the shoulder JOLLY betting parlance for the favourite in a race - the horse with the shortest odds

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JUDGE official responsible for declaring the finishing order of a race and the distances between the runners JUVENILE two-year-old horse MAIDEN horse which has not won a race MARE female horse five years and over MONKEY betting parlance for £500 ODDS ON odds where the winnings are less than the stake (which is of course returned to you): thus a winning £2 bet at 2-1 on wins you £1 OFF THE BIT/OFF THE BRIDLE describes a horse being pushed along by his jockey, losing contact with the bit in his mouth ON THE BIT/ON THE BRIDLE describes a horse going well within himself, still having a grip on the bit OVER THE TOP where a horse is said to have gone if he has passed his peak for the season PACE ‘up with the pace’ means close to the leaders; ‘off the pace’ means some way behind the leaders PADDOCK area of the racecourse incorporating the pre-parade ring, parade ring and winner’s enclosure PATTERN the elite races, divided in Flat racing into Groups One, Two, Three and Listed PENALTY weight added to the allotted handicap weight of a horse which has won since the weights were originally published PHOTO FINISH electronic photographic device which determines minimal distances in a close finish PLATE shoe worn by horse for racing PONY betting parlance for £25 RULE 4 betting rule covering deductions made from winning bets if a horse is withdrawn after the betting market has been formed but before the ‘Under Starter’s Orders’ signal; the amount deducted depends on the price of the withdrawn horse RUN FREE describes a horse going too fast, usually early in the race, to allow it to settle SCOPE the potential for physical development in a horse SIRE father of a horse SPREAD A PLATE when a racing plate or horseshoe becomes detached from an animal’s hoof, this sometimes causes a delay while the horse is re-shod SPRINGER/STEAMER a horse whichshortens dramatically in the betting SP/STARTING PRICE the official price of a horse at which bets are settled in the betting shops STEWARDS the panel of men and women - usually a total of four - who are responsible for seeing that the Rules of Racing are adhered to STEWARDS’ ENQUIRY enquiry by the stewards into the running of a race TIC-TAC the bookmaker’s method of relaying odds information on the racecourse, by means of hand signals WEIGH IN/WEIGH OUT weighing of jockey before and after a race to ensure that the correct weight has been carried; the announcement ‘weighed in’ signals that the result is official, and all bets can be settled YANKEE combination bet involving four selections in different races: six doubles, four trebles and one four-horse accumulator - eleven bets YEARLING horse of either sex from 1st January to 31st December of the year following its birth



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about SIX FURLONGS (6f abt 6yds) (1200m)

First Race

4.35p.m.

THE CONTRAFLOW TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT LTD NURSERY HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) RACE DESCRIPTION

FOR TWO YRS OLD NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 5

RACE STATISTICS

BETTING FORECAST: 7-4 Kentucky Rose (GB), 9-2 Subjective Value (GB),

Contraflow Traffic Management Ltd has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, a cash prize will be presented to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2262; Second £1130; Third £566; Fourth £282; Fifth £240. (Penalty Value £2862)

RESULTS

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A nursery is a handicap that is restricted to two-year-olds only. In order to be allowed to take part, entrants must have already run in three maiden or novice races, or have won two races, which then qualifies them for an official handicap rating based on what they have achieved so far. Quite simply, the higher their rating, the bigger the weight they have to carry. This particular six furlongs race is for horses which have been rated from 0 to 75. Leading course trainer (16-21): K Dalgleish (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs BIG BOY HARLEY Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (9 wins from 97 runners, 9%) runs SUBJECTIVE VALUE Longest Traveller: FORM OF PRAISE trained by R Fahey, Malton, 203 miles. ISLADAAY trained by A Keatley, Malton, 203 miles.

5-1 Big Boy Harley (IRE), Isladaay (IRE), 11-2 Form of Praise (IRE) RACE SUMMARY: KENTUCKY ROSE raised her game when getting off the mark in an Ayr maiden this month and she will prove a tough nut to crack here off a fair-looking opening mark. The drop to 5f didn’t appear to do Form of Praise any favours at Ripon and she is respected back up in trip, while Subjective Value has shown enough in his qualifying runs to make him of interest now pitched into a nursery. 1-2-3: 1.KENTUCKY ROSE 2.FORM OF PRAISE (IRE) 3.SUBJECTIVE VALUE STEWARDS NOTE: BIG BOY HARLEY: Following its run on 3/7/2021 it was reported that the horse was never travelling.

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs 1 230 2 751 428 3 4234 4 5 632344

Horse BIG BOY HARLEY KENTUCKY ROSE SUBJECTIVE VALUE FORM OF PRAISE ISLADAAY

Career Wins — 1 — — —

Places 1 — 1 2 2

(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 3 3 3 4 6

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 1 min 13.20 secs Winning Winning Career Distance Going Winnings Range Range — 3780 6F GS — — —

Runs Since Wins — 0 — — —


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BIG BOY HARLEY (IRE) (55) B g Mehmas (IRE) - She Bu (IRE) Owner: Paul & Clare Rooney Breeder: Tally-Ho Stud Probable S.P.: 5-1 Sponsor: Keith Dalgleish Racing Ltd

Jockey: Callum Rodriguez Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

9-9 (3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. Cheekpieces on for 1st time, eleventh of 13 in maiden at Beverley (5f, good, 9/2) 55 days ago. Headgear now discarded and needs to bounce back upped in trip for this nursery bow.TF RatingHHHII BHA 76

KENTUCKY ROSE (GB) (20) B f Adaay (IRE) - Flighty Clarets (IRE) Owner: Mr Ahmed Jaber Breeder: Whitsbury Manor Stud Probable S.P.: 7-4

Jockey: Tom Eaves Trainer: Kevin Ryan, Hambleton

9-7 (4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced winner. 85/40, won 4-runner maiden at Ayr (6f, good) 20 days ago, readily. Mark for this nursery debut looks fair enough and she’s greatly respected. TF RatingHHHHH BHA 74

SUBJECTIVE VALUE (GB) (34) Br c Cable Bay (IRE) - Triton Dance (IRE) Owner: Dr J. Walker Breeder: Highclere Stud Probable S.P.: 9-2 Sponsor: Johnston Racing Ltd

Jockey: Joe Fanning Trainer: Mark Johnston, Middleham

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TIMEFORM VIEW Thrice-raced maiden. Eighth of 9 in maiden at Newmarket (7f, good to firm, 16/1) 34 days ago. Showed promise prior to that and he needs considering down in trip for this nursery debut. TF RatingHHHII BHA 71

FORM OF PRAISE (IRE) (18) B f Mehmas (IRE) - Applauding (IRE) Owner: Isa Salman Al Khalifa Breeder: Tiger Bloodstock Probable S.P.: 11-2 Sponsor: Highclere Thoroughbred Racing

Jockey: Paul Hanagan Trainer: Richard Fahey, Malton

9-3 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced maiden. 9/2, below form fourth of 8 in minor event at Ripon (5f, good) 18 days ago, unsuited by drop in trip. Back up in trip now pitched into a nursery for the first time. TF RatingHHHHI BHA 70

ISLADAAY (IRE) (18) B f Adaay (IRE) - Sun Angel (IRE) Owner: Ontoawinner and B Keatley Breeder: Tally-Ho Stud Probable S.P.: 5-1 Sponsor: www.ontoawinner.net

Jockey: Ryan Sexton (7) Trainer: Adrian Keatley, Malton Headgear: Cheek Pieces

8-13 (5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Creditable fourth of 9 in nursery (4/1) at Ripon (6f, good) 18 days ago. Though consistent, it’s fair to say that she doesn’t look especially progressive and more needed now tried in cheekpieces. TF RatingHHHII BHA 66

POSITION OF STALLS 5f and 6f - Centre 1m and 1m 1f - Inside Remainder - Stands Side

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ONE MILE about 68 YARDS (8f abt 68yds) (1600m)

Second Race

5.10p.m.

THE WHYSETTLE IT NETWORKS MAIDEN STAKES (CLASS 5) (GBB RACE) RACE DESCRIPTION

FOR MAIDEN TWO YRS OLD NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 7

RACE STATISTICS

Whysettle IT Networks have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2774; Second £1386; Third £694; Fourth £346. (Penalty Value £3510)

This race is a one mile maiden stakes for two-year-olds. Maiden races provide a starting point for young horses that are yet to record a victory and most will be very lightly-raced or be making their racecourse debuts. Previous experience can count for a lot when searching for the winner but well-bred or precocious juveniles are more than capable of landing the prize at the first time of asking.

Leading course trainer (16-21): K Dalgleish (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs BELLSLEA and HEIGHTS OF ARAN Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): T Easterby (12 wins from 104 runners, 12%) runs STREETSENSE BERTIE Longest Traveller: THUNDER LEGEND trained by H Palmer, Newmarket, 360 miles.

BETTING FORECAST: 7-4 Thunder Legend (IRE), 9-2 Super Stars (IRE), 11-2 Heights of Aran (IRE), 7-1 Gorak (FR), 15-2 Streetsense Bertie (USA), 22-1 Hopedale (GB), 25-1 Bellslea (IRE) RACE SUMMARY: THUNDER LEGEND failed to build on his promising Newmarket debut when third at Beverley, but little went right for him that day so he is worth another chance. Gorak looks open to significant progress after an eye-catching debut at Beverley so rates the main threat. 1-2-3: 1.THUNDER LEGEND (IRE) 2.GORAK (FR) 3.SUPER STARS (IRE) STEWARDS NOTE: GORAK: Following its run on 27/7/2021 it was reported that the horse ran green and was impeded late-on.

RESULTS

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs Horse 1 6 BELLSLEA 2 7 GORAK 3 54 HEIGHTS OF ARAN 4 4 STREETSENSE BERTIE 5 SUPER STARS 6 43 THUNDER LEGEND 7 8 HOPEDALE

Career Wins — — — — — — —

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(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 1 1 2 1 — 2 1

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 1 min 48.40 secs Winning Winning Career Distance Going Winnings Range Range — — — — — — —

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Owner: Mr W. M. Johnstone Breeder: W. M. Johnstone Probable S.P.: 25-1

Jockey: Joe Fanning Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

9-5 (7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Once-raced colt. Sixth of 7 in novice event at Carlisle (7.8f, good to firm, 20/1) on debut 10 days ago, slowly away. TF RatingHHIII BHA -

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GORAK (FR) (31) B c Goken (FR) - Ponte Bawi (IRE) Owner: Mr Steve Bradley Breeder: Guy Pariente Holding Spral Probable S.P.: 7-1

Jockey: Paul Hanagan Trainer: Richard Fahey, Malton

9-5 (5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Promising type. 14/1, unlucky not to finish closer when seventh of 11 in novice event at Beverley (7.4f, good to firm) on debut 31 days ago, not clear run. Open to significant progress. TF RatingHHHHI BHA -

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HEIGHTS OF ARAN (IRE) (14) B g Camacho - High Vintage (IRE) Owner: Two Goldfish & A Balloon Breeder: Ballyhampshire Stud Ltd Probable S.P.: 11-2 Sponsor: Direct Charcoal Ltd

Jockey: Callum Rodriguez Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

9-5 (4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced gelding. Fourth of 11 in novice event (10/1) at Thirsk (7f, good to firm) 14 days ago, left poorly placed. Likely to improve. TF RatingHHHII BHA -

STREETSENSE BERTIE (USA) (13) B or Br c Street Sense (USA) - Juliastown (USA) Owner: Mr John R. Saville Breeder: Circular Road Breeders et al Probable S.P.: 15-2 Sponsor: Easthorpe Hall Stud

Jockey: Jason Hart Trainer: Tim Easterby, Malton

9-5 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Once-raced colt. Last of 4 in novice event at Ripon (6f, good to firm, 14/1) on debut 13 days ago. Significantly up in trip. Should progress. TF RatingHHHII BHA -

Form: 4

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SUPER STARS (IRE) (-) B c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Valais Girl Owner: Mr M. Doyle Breeder: Sunderland Holdings Inc Probable S.P.: 9-2 Sponsor: Johnston Racing Ltd

Jockey: Ben Curtis Trainer: Mark Johnston, Middleham

9-5 (6)

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled May 4. £34,000 yearling, Sea The Stars colt. Brother to useful winner up to 1m Alpen Rose and 1 1/4m winner Sea Sylph. Dam 2-y-o 6f winner. Trainer’s newcomers command respect. TF RatingHHHHI BHA -

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BELLSLEA (IRE) (10) B c Churchill (IRE) - Miss Anneliese (IRE)

THUNDER LEGEND (IRE) (16) B c Night of Thunder (IRE) - Vitoria (IRE) Owner: Mr Boniface Ho Ka Kui Breeder: Mrs Maria Marron Probable S.P.: 7-4 Sponsor: Pol Roger Ltd

Jockey: Tom Eaves Trainer: Hugo Palmer, Newmarket

9-5 (3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Promising type. 6/4, third of 14 in maiden at Beverley (7.4f, good to firm) 16 days ago, worst of draw. Should improve. TF RatingHHHHH BHA -

HOPEDALE (GB) (18) B f Vadamos (FR) - Milldale Owner: Evelyn Duchess of Sutherland Breeder: Whatton Manor Stud Probable S.P.: 22-1 Sponsor: Iain Jardine Racing Ltd

Jockey: Andrew Mullen Trainer: Iain Jardine, Carrutherstown

9-0 (1)

TIMEFORM VIEW Once-raced filly. Eighth of 9 in novice event (50/1) at Ayr (7.2f, good to soft) on debut 18 days ago. TF RatingHHIII BHA -

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ONE MILE about 68 YARDS (8f abt 68yds) (1600m)

Third Race

5.40p.m. THE PDM BUILDBASE SCOTLAND HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6) RACE DESCRIPTION

This is a one mile handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards which have been rated from 46 to 65. To qualify for a handicap rating horses must have run at least three times in a Flat race in Britain, or have run in no more than two Flat races run in Britain and won at least one of them. This rating then dictates the weight to be carried in a handicap. In simple terms a horse rated 65 in this particular race would be required to carry 5lb more than a rival rated 60.

RACE STATISTICS

Leading course trainer (16-21): K Dalgleish (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs MI CAPRICHO and PADDYPLEX Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): D O’Meara (6 wins from 70 runners, 9%) runs TRUSTY SCOUT Weightwatcher: DANCIN BOY won off a handicap mark of 75, his rating is now down 8lb to 67. Longest Traveller: KOOLA BUALA trained by I Furtado, Newark, 268 miles.

BETTING FORECAST: 9-4 Paddyplex (GB), 6-1 Havana Go (GB), 8-1 Ventura Gold (IRE), 17-2 Mi Capricho (IRE), 9-1 Trusty Scout (IRE), 14-1 Iva Reflection (IRE), 16-1 Dancin Boy (GB), Morjhana (FR), 18-1 Koola Buala (IRE), 25-1 Perfect Soldier (IRE), 66-1 New Rhythm (GB) RACE SUMMARY: PADDYPLEX confirmed the promise of his previous run when scoring with ease over C&D 10 days ago, registering his first success since his 4-y-o days. Unpenalised for that, he holds sound claims of following up, possibly at the chief expense of Ayr-scorer Havana Go. Trusty Scout, on debut for David O’Meara, and Ventura Gold are others who can get involved. 1-2-3: 1.PADDYPLEX 2.HAVANA GO 3.TRUSTY SCOUT (IRE) STEWARDS NOTE: IVA REFLECTION: Following its run on 10/8/2021 i-t was reported that the horse was never travelling.

RESULTS

FOR THREE YRS OLD AND UPWARDS NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 11

PDM Buildbase Scotland have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1835; Second £917; Third £459; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2322)

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs 1 00-6067 2 112215 3 54-6806 4 047177 5 70-78 6 947-573 7 29-0487 8 336041 9 10-0931 10 175767 11 400078/

Horse DANCIN BOY MI CAPRICHO KOOLA BUALA IVA REFLECTION TRUSTY SCOUT VENTURA GOLD MORJHANA PADDYPLEX HAVANA GO PERFECT SOLDIER NEW RHYTHM

Career Wins 2 5 — 3 — 5 — 3 2 3 —

Places 6 4 3 5 — 5 2 6 3 10 —

(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 21 22 11 28 4 36 7 27 20 44 6

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 1 min 48.40 secs Winning Winning Career Distance Going Winnings Range Range 7245 8-10F G-GF 12726 7-8F GF — 8856 5-7F G-ST — 20822 7-9F G-ST — 10408 8-10F G-ST 5374 8-9F G-GS 13608 7-9F G-S —

Runs Since Wins 6 1 — 2 — 13 — 0 0 5 —


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DANCIN BOY (GB) (39) Br g Gregorian (IRE) - La Gifted Owner: Mr R. R. D. Saunders Breeder: Patrick & Simon Trant Probable S.P.: 16-1 Sponsor: Denton Hall Racing Ltd

Jockey: Tom Eaves Trainer: Michael Dods, Darlington Headgear: Tongue Strap

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10-3 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Took a step back in the right direction when sixth of 11 over 1m at Newcastle in June but not in anything TF RatingHHHII BHA 67

Form: 00-6060 D like the same form at Beverley (10f) the following month. Needs to bounce back.

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MI CAPRICHO (IRE) (7) B g Elzaam (AUS) - Mavemacullen (IRE) Owner: Mr Charles Jones Breeder: Leslie Laverty Probable S.P.: 17-2

Jockey: Callum Rodriguez Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

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10-0 (7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoying a productive campaign, going in again over C&D on his penultimate start in July, albeit seen to TF RatingHHHII BHA 64

Form: 112215 CD good effect and he was below that level when fifth of 6 at Mssuelburgh (1m) 7 days ago.

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Form: 54-6006

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KOOLA BUALA (IRE) (88) Ch f Raven’s Pass (USA) - Naizah (IRE) Owner: Mr Paul Tait Breeder: Glenvale Stud & Edgeridge Ltd Probable S.P.: 18-1

Jockey: Jason Hart Trainer: Ivan Furtado, Newark

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9-13 (1)

TIMEFORM VIEW Consistent maiden in Ireland who proved largely disappointing in handful of starts for George Scott earlier this year. Has made another yard switch and the betting may prove the best guide. TF RatingHHHII BHA 63

IVA REFLECTION (IRE) (17) B g Ivawood (IRE) - Mirror Image Owner: Mrs L. Stubbs Breeder: Michael O’Mahony Probable S.P.: 14-1 Sponsor: Tote

Jockey: Joanna Mason (3) Trainer: Linda Stubbs, Malton Headgear: Cheek Pieces

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9-12(11)

TIMEFORM VIEW Bounced back to form to score at Brighton (7f) in June but ran poorly on both subsequent outings on turf/AW. Steps up in trip now but he does need to get back on track. Cheekpieces replace blinkers. TF RatingHHHII BHA 62

TRUSTY SCOUT (IRE) (210) Ch g Gleneagles (IRE) - Dutch Lilly Owner: Mr Stephen Morris Breeder: ATE Farms & Kinane Bloodstock Probable S.P.: 9-1 Sponsor: Gain Equine Nutrition

3 9-11 (5) Jockey: Shane Gray Trainer: David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly raced maiden who offered some promise on 2 of his 4 starts for Andrew Slattery in Ireland. Type his new yard do particularly well with though and return to 1m looks a plus. TF RatingHHHII BHA 67

VENTURA GOLD (IRE) (15) B g Red Jazz (USA) - Desert Shine (IRE) Owner: Mr R. C. Key Breeder: Michael Fennessy Probable S.P.: 8-1 Sponsor: John Mackie Racing

6 9-8 (3) Jockey: Ben Curtis Trainer: John Mackie, Church Broughton Headgear: Cheek Pieces

TIMEFORM VIEW Thirteen runs since last win in 2019. 12/1, best effort for present stable when third of 9 in handicap at TF RatingHHHII BHA 58

Form: 040-503 D Beverley (8.4f) 15 days ago, keeping on. A repeat gives him claims of getting in the mix.

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Form: 20-0400

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MORJHANA (FR) (24) B f Dabirsim (FR) - Jomana (IRE) Owner: Hamad Ebrahim Breeder: Dermot Cantillon Probable S.P.: 16-1

Jockey: Paul Hanagan Trainer: Richard Fahey, Malton

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9-5 (8)

TIMEFORM VIEW 25/1, last of 7 in handicap at Nottingham (10.2f, good) 24 days ago. Has produced only one effort of note so far this term and tough to assess despite sliding mark. TF RatingHHHII BHA 61

PADDYPLEX (GB) (10) B g Multiplex - Turtle Bay Owner: G & J Park Breeder: Jill Park Probable S.P.: 9-4 Sponsor: Tote

Jockey: Joe Fanning Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

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9-5(10)

TIMEFORM VIEW 8-y-o who turned best effort for some time when landing 9-runner C&D handicap in good style 10 days ago, TF RatingHHHHH BHA 55 (+9)

Form: 336041 CD drawing clear inside final 1f. Goes unpenalised for that success and serious player here.

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HAVANA GO (GB) (20) Ch g Havana Gold (IRE) - Stagecoach Jade (IRE) Owner: The Strattonites Breeder: Hall Of Fame Stud Ltd Probable S.P.: 6-1 Sponsor: Iain Jardine Racing Ltd

6 Jockey: Andrew Mullen Trainer: Iain Jardine, Carrutherstown

9-2 (6)

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner who confirmed promise of her placed effort over 9f here when landing 9-runner Ayr TF RatingHHHHI BHA 52

Form: 10-0031 C D handicap (1m) 20 days ago. Fancied to give another good account.

10 PERFECT SOLDIER (IRE) (7) B g Kodiac - Independent Girl (IRE) Owner: Gremlin Racing Breeder: Mr D. Bourke Probable S.P.: 25-1

Jockey: Andrew Elliott Trainer: Wilf Storey, Consett

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8-11 (9)

TIMEFORM VIEW Landed back-to-back Musselburgh handicaps during the spring. Not in same form since, soon off the TF RatingHHHII BHA 47 (-2)

Form: 105060 D bridle and making only late headway in to midfield at Newcastle (7f) 7 days ago.

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11 NEW RHYTHM (GB) (667) B m Monsieur Bond (IRE) - Social Rhythm Owner: Mr A. C. Whillans Breeder: Alistair Whillans Probable S.P.: 66-1

Jockey: Cam Hardie Trainer: Ewan Whillans, Hawick

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8-9 (4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Offered very little in handful of starts erlier in career, well beaten eighth of 10 at Nottingham when last TF RatingHHIII BHA 38

Form: 40/0000/- seen in autumn 2019. Can only be watched on belated return.

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ONE MILE, ONE FURLONG about 35 YARDS (9f abt 35yds) (1800m)

Fourth Race

6.10p.m.

THE BRITISH STALLIONS EBF FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) RACE DESCRIPTION

FOR THREE YRS OLD AND UPWARDS FILLIES AND MARES NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 5

RACE STATISTICS

THE TRUSTEES OF THE E.B.F. have very generously contributed £10,000 towards the prize money for this race. HAMILTON PARK RACECOURSE EXECUTIVE will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £1500 towards the prize money for this race. Owners Prize Money. Winner £8735; Second £4369; Third £2184; Fourth £1092; Fifth £546. (Penalty Value £11081.10)

This is a one mile and two furlongs handicap race for threeyear-old fillies and upwards which have been rated from 71 to 90. To qualify for a handicap rating horses must have run at least three times in a Flat race in Britain, or have run in no more than two Flat races run in Britain and won at least one of them. This rating then dictates the weight to be carried in a handicap. In simple terms a horse rated 75 in this particular race would be required to carry 5lb more than a rival rated 70. Leading course trainer (16-21): K Dalgleish (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs FINALLY MINE and HIPSWAY Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): W Haggas (13 wins from 57 runners, 23%) runs SWEET BELIEVER Longest Traveller: SWEET BELIEVER trained by W Haggas, Newmarket, 360 miles.

BETTING FORECAST: 4-6 Sweet Believer (IRE), 7-1 Basilicata (IRE),

17-2 Vision of Victory (IRE), 9-1 Hipsway (IRE), 10-1 Finally Mine (USA) RACE SUMMARY: It’s very hard to ignore the claims of SWEET BELIEVER, who stands out as a progressive sort in this line-up and can make it 3 wins in her last 4 outings. Basilicata is the one most likely to chase her home if back to anywhere near her best. 1-2-3: 1.SWEET BELIEVER (IRE) 2.BASILICATA (IRE) 3.HIPSWAY (IRE)

RESULTS

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs 1 24-2112 2 225345 3 624440 4 528-42 5 2-74

Horse SWEET BELIEVER BASILICATA FINALLY MINE HIPSWAY VISION OF VICTORY

Career Wins 2 2 — — —

Places 3 5 3 2 1

(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 7 13 12 5 3

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 1 min 59.10 secs Winning Winning Career Distance Going Winnings Range Range 8550 8F G-GF 18049 6-7F GF-ST — — —

Runs Since Wins 1 9 — — —


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SWEET BELIEVER (IRE) (22) B f Make Believe - Olivia Pope (IRE)

3 Jockey: Adam Farragher (5) Trainer: William Haggas, Newmarket

Owner: Sheikh Rashid Dalmook Al Maktoum Breeder: Mark Byrne Probable S.P.: 4-6

9-7 (4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive, winning Nottingham novice before readily seeing off 4 rivals in Redcar handicap. Just failed having TF RatingHHHHH BHA 88

Form: 24-2112 BF conceded first run back at Redcar since and remains open to improvement for top yard.

BASILICATA (IRE) (32) B f Iffraaj - Policoro (IRE)

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3 Owner: Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Jockey: Ben Curtis Breeder: Godolphin Trainer: Mark Johnston, Middleham Probable S.P.: 7-1 Sponsor: Johnston Racing Ltd

Form: 225345

Owner: Weldspec Glasgow Limited Breeder: Gary Chervenell Probable S.P.: 10-1 Sponsor: Weldspec Baku Limited

Form: 624440

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8-9 (5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Well exposed and not on her game in blinkers/visor the last twice. Headgear discarded this time. 3lb out of handicap and likely wait for a first win will go on. TF RatingHHIII BHA 66

Owner: Weldspec Glasgow Limited Breeder: Joseph Hernon Probable S.P.: 9-1 Sponsor: Weldspec Baku Limited

Form: 520-42

Form: 2-04

Jockey: Joe Fanning Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

HIPSWAY (IRE) (7) Ch f The Gurkha (IRE) - Clodovina (IRE)

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TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winner at 2 and started. this year with some good efforts. A bit disappointing the last twice but has been freshened up and she’s certainly capable off this mark if close to her best. TF RatingHHHHI BHA 78

FINALLY MINE (USA) (53) Ch f Animal Kingdom (USA) - Midnight Music (IRE)

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8-11 (1)

Jockey: Sam James Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

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8-5 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair form. Best effort yet when second in 9f Musselburgh maiden a week ago, albeit no match for the easy winner. TF RatingHHHII BHA 72 (-2)

VISION OF VICTORY (IRE) (64) Br f Camelot - Runway Dancer Owner: Mr Sultan Ali Breeder: C. O. P. Hanbury Probable S.P.: 17-2

Jockey: Shane Gray Trainer: Kevin Ryan, Hambleton

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8-5 (3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Hasn’t matched form of AW debut second in 2 outings on turf this year but it’s still early days and she makes handicap debut after a short break with her stable in good form. TF RatingHHHII BHA 72

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HAMILTON PARK COURSE RECORDS Distance

Time

Age Weight Going

Horse

Date

5f 4y

57.95s

2

Good-Firm

Rose Blossom

May 29 2009

8-8

5f 4y

57.20s

5

9-4

Good-Firm

Dapper Man

June 27 2019

6f 5y

1m 10.0s

2

8-12

Good-Firm

Break The Code

Aug 24 1999

6f 5y

1m 9.3s

4

8-7

Firm

Marcus Game

July 11 1974

1m 65y

1m 45.46s 2

9-5

Good-Firm

Laafiraaq

Sept 20 2015

1m 65y

1m 42.7s

6

7-7

Firm

Cranley

Sept 25 1972

1m 1f 36y 1m 53.60s 5

9-6

Good-Firm

Regent’s Secret

Aug 10 2005

1m 3f 16y 2m 18.66s 3

9-3

Good-Firm

Postponed

July 18 2014

1m 4f 17y 2m 30.5s

5

9-10

Good-Firm

Record Breaker

Jun 10 2009

1m 5f 9y

6

9-6

Firm

Mentalasanythin

June 14 1995

2m 45.1s

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LORD CORNETS CLUB We are delighted to welcome the Lord Cornet Ian Douglas to Hamilton Park this evening as well as other members of the Lord Cornets Club. The Lanimer Celebrations consist of nearly a week long series of events. Lanimer Day itself usually falls on the Thursday between the 6th and 12th June each year. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Lanimer Celebrations will take place on Saturday 4 September In the past these celebrations have been referred to under several names – Landemuir day, landemuris, Landmarches, Ryding of the Merches, etc. All are versions or corruptions of Land Marches. When the Crown established Royal Burghs, as part of the contract, the burgesses of the town had to examine the march stones every year and report that all was well or ill according to what they found. The checking of Lanark’s March Stones is the source of today’s much expanded celebrations. Lanark is one of the oldest Royal Burghs in Scotland, its Charter being granted by King David I (1124-1153). Lanark may be unique in being the only Burgh that has checked its boundaries each year since it was established c.1140. In 1588 the Burgh records describe the Lanimers as being ‘ancient and yearly’. The checking of such bounds was taken seriously by the Crown. Today there are 15 march stones situated at various points around the burgh lands a few of which are relatively new being replacements for those “lost” over the years. Most of the replacements were installed to mark the Millennium. What started as a simple duty soon turned into an annual festival, “The Lanimers”. Originally all the events were packed into Lanimer Day but gradually during the late 19th and early 20th Century the celebrations began to expand to fill the whole week. What started as a “business practice” carried out by paid officials of the Town Council, had by the 17th century evolved into a more enjoyable affair with the burgesses vying with each other for the honour of carrying the Burgh Standard on Lanimer Day. The person appointed for the year became known at first as the Standard Bearer, then as the Cornet and is nowadays most often referred to as the Lord Cornet. One of the highlights of the festivities is undoubtedly the Evening Ride Out by the Lord Cornet, Ex-Lord Cornets and friends to examine the March stones on the west, east and south sides of the town. As part of the evenings proceedings horse races are held for participants of the ride out. A range of races takes place from those on ponies to one for Ex-Lord Cornets and for one of the oldest horse races anywhere – The Burgh Spurs. After covering further countryside the group stops at nearby New Lanark for rest and refreshments. Prizes for the winners of the races are distributed and the Lanimer Queen is presented with a Loving Cup by New Lanark Community Council. The group then reforms and returns cross country to Lanark. Lanimer Day is the main day of the celebrations and is packed with activity and is also the longest of the week. The official day starts with the uplifting of the Lord Cornet from his house by members of the Lord Cornets’ Club led by Strathclyde Police Mounted Branch. This cavalcade then proceeds to the Harry Smith Centre where the Lord Cornet and his entourage greet the many visiting Principals and other guests. This is followed by the “Safe Oot, Safe In” toast given by the Provost of South Lanarkshire. The Lord Cornet and his party then form a procession and proceed to Hope Street and Bloomgate where they are met by massed bands and make their way via the Cross to St. Leonard Street where the rest of the participants in the Morning Procession have assembled. The Lord Cornet then leads the procession of mounted Cornets, walking dignitaries, decorated floats and Queen’s pageantry around the streets in the town before the Crowning of The Lanimer Queen. We do hope the Lord Cornet and his guests enjoy their evening at Hamilton Park.


9/1 shot Elysian Flame wins the 2019 Lanark Silver Bell Handicap for owners J Blackburn & Imperial Racing Partnership under Nathan Evans

LANARK SILVER BELL Tonight will see the near-1,000-year-old Lanark Silver Bell trophy being contested for the thirteenth time in 40 years having been run at Lanark Racecourse until 1977 and being reinstated at Hamilton Park in 2008. The race conditions have tried to reflect the original race distance of the Lanark Silver Bell (1 mile 4f) for horses 3-year-olds and upwards that are rated between 0-90. There has also been a £10,000 increase in prize money for the Ladbrokes Lanark Silver Bell Handicap to £36,000, making it the richest race of its type anywhere in the UK. Vivien Currie MBE, Chief Executive, said: “It is very easy to put the epithet ‘historic’ on an event, but the Phoenix Utilities Ltd Lanark Silver Bell is a race that truly deserves the word. The modern trophy is every bit as sought after as the original and tonight’s winning connections will be proud to be presented with it. The modern race has been kept as close as is possible to the original and so it is run over a distance of 1 mile 4 furlongs. The trip requires combined qualities of speed and stamina and so the winner will be the horse and jockey who can produce the best all round performance on the night. The name of the winning horse and connections will be engraved on the trophy for all time.” The Lanark Silver Bell is in the permanent collection of South Lanarkshire Council’s Museums department, along with 150,000 other objects in the highly accredited Low Parks Museum.

The Phoenix Utilities Ltd Lanark Silver Bell Trophy


11/2 shot Archi’s Affaire wins the 2018 Lanark Silver Bell Handicap for owner Mr D Neale under apprentice jockey Callum Rodriguez

THE HISTORY OF THE BELL The Silver Bell is one of the most ancient Racing Trophies in Britain, yet its origins are disputed. The Bell disappeared without trace for many years. It was rediscovered in 1836 in Lanark Town Council’s vaults when they were in the process of moving to their new offices in Hope Street. Many believed the Bell to have been gifted from King William ‘The Lion’ of Scotland in approximately 1165. If this were the case, the trophy would be the oldest in the world! King William often stayed at Lanark Castle to participate in the local hunt and watch the racing on the moors. Studies of the various hallmarks on the newly rediscovered Bell linked them to silversmiths dating to the years 1587 and 1599. These do not automatically reflect the date of its actual creation and leaves us with the possibility that the traditional belief may not be unfounded. The Silver Bell was a highly acclaimed race competed for annually at Lanark Racecourse. The old inscriptions on the trophy suggest that Sir Johne Hamilton of Trabovn was one of the first winners, in 1628, to have their name engraved on such a prestigious prize. Where the trophy was prior to this date is not known. Each year, the winner of the race would be awarded a replica of the original Bell. On occasion, for example the winner being a noted dignitary, the authentic trophy would be awarded for the period of that year. The opening meeting at the ‘new’ racecourse in 1909 once again ran The Silver Bell, which was duly won by Lord Rosebery’s Dandyprat who was trained by Sam Darling and ridden by Freddy Fox. The last ever running of the Lanark Silver Bell was in 1977. The winner, Border River was owned and trained by Clifford Watts and ridden by David Nicholls. Mr Nicholls was also the last jockey to ride a double on Lanark racecourse after beating the field in the final race on board Mrs Bee for Eric Collingwood. In 2008, the William Haggas trained Tifernati became the first winner of the Silver Bell for 31 years. This was followed by the aptly named Record Breaker, trained by Mark Johnston, who broke the course record when winning the race in 2009. Tifernati won the Bell back in 2008.

2019 saw trainer Michael Easterby win his first Silver Bell with Elysian Flame, piloted to victory by jockey Nathan Evans.

The Lanark Silver Bell Handicap Winners (2008 onwards) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

– Tifernati - William Haggas/Liam Jones – Record Breaker - Mark Johnston/Royston Ffrench – Just Lille - Ann Duffield/Barry McHugh – Shernando - Mark Johnston /Silvestre De Sousa – Edmaaj - David O’Meara/Daniel Tudhope – Special Meaning - Mark Johnston/Franny Norton – Swivel - Mark Johnston/Kevin Stott – Polarisation - Mark Johnston/Joe Fanning – Multellie - Tim Easterby/Cam Hardie – Sepal - Iain Jardine/Jamie Gormley – Archi’s Affaire - Michael Dods/Callum Rodriguez – Elysian Flame – Michael Easterby/Nathan Evans


LANARK SILVER BELL TROPHY Tonight riders in the Phoenix Utilities Ltd Lanark Silver Bell Handicap are competing for one of the oldest sporting prizes in existence. Legend has it that the original trophy was presented as a gift to the people of Lanark by King William ‘The Lion’ in 1165. In 2012, the racecourse unveiled a new Silver Bell Trophy to complement the original piece, handcrafted by Edinburgh jewellers and warrant holders to Her Majesty the Queen, Hamilton & Inches. Completed after a detailed six-month design process, the 100% sterling silver trophy reflects many of the hallmarks of the original artefact, which has now become too valuable to be presented to winners. With that in mind, the Hamilton Park team decided to make a new trophy with a refreshed contemporary feel, to sit alongside the ancient relic. Vivien Currie MBE, Chief Executive of Hamilton Park Racecourse, said: “We are immensely proud to have been able to commission the new Silver Bell Trophy and present it to the winner of this historic race. “The original trophy is steeped in history, representing such a great part of Lanarkshire’s rich and vibrant heritage, which was the main motivation behind working to preserve its legacy for many generations to come. The trophy’s creation process was an intensive one, ensuring we paid particular attention to many of the trophy’s original features while adding somecontemporary flair.” Frank Gunning, Chair of the Royal Burgh of Lanark Community Council said: “Everyone in Lanark is hugely pleased at the continued success of the meeting and the Lanark Silver Bell Handicap. We are grateful to Hamilton Park Racecourse for investing towards the future of the trophy, enshrining its legacy for many years. “It’s a great idea to allow owners to celebrate with the new trophy after winning the race, as well as becoming an eternal part of the Silver Bell’s story when their name is scribed into a winning shield.”


ONE MILE about FOUR FURLONGS (12f abt 15yds) (2400m)

Fifth Race

6.40p.m.

THE PHOENIX UTILITIES LTD LANARK SILVER BELL HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) RACE DESCRIPTION

Our feature race of the day, this is a one mile and four furlongs handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards which have been rated from 0 to 95. To qualify for a handicap rating horses must have run at least three times in a Flat race in Britain, or have run in no more than two Flat races run in Britain and won at least one of them. This rating then dictates the weight to be carried in a handicap. In simple terms a horse rated 75 in this particular race would be required to carry 5lb more than a rival rated 70.

RACE STATISTICS

Leading course trainer (16-21): K Dalgleish (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs EURO IMPLOSION and PLATINUMCARD Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): W Haggas (13 wins from 57 runners, 23%) runs MAHRAJAAN Fancy That: M Johnston won this race in 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015. The stable runs BIG KITTEN and LOVE IS GOLDEN today. Longest Traveller: MAHRAJAAN trained by W Haggas, Newmarket, 360 miles.

BETTING FORECAST: 15-8 Mahrajaan (USA), 11-2 Platinumcard (IRE),

FOR THREE YRS OLD AND UPWARDS NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 8

Phoenix Utilities Ltd have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. Owners Prize Money. Winner £14294; Second £7146; Third £3574; Fourth £1786. (Penalty Value £18090)

7-1 Love Is Golden (IRE), 8-1 Where’s Jeff (GB), 10-1 Euro Implosion (IRE), 11-1 Dash of Spice (GB), First Impression (IRE), 12-1 Big Kitten (USA) RACE SUMMARY: MAHRAJAAN has made a very solid start to his career, making it 2 wins from 3 starts with a commanding success in a Ripon minor event 25 days ago. The type to do better again now handicapping, he gets the nod to complete the hat-trick. Platinumcard has proved a different proposition on the Flat and is feared, ahead of Love Is Golden. 1-2-3: 1.MAHRAJAAN (USA) 2.PLATINUMCARD (IRE) 3.LOVE IS GOLDEN (IRE)

RESULTS

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs 1 713111 2 9-02661 3 921-320 4 0082-23 5 7-12551 6 171223 7 311 8 611131

Horse PLATINUMCARD DASH OF SPICE FIRST IMPRESSION BIG KITTEN LOVE IS GOLDEN WHERE’S JEFF MAHRAJAAN EURO IMPLOSION

Career Wins 4 4 3 2 3 7 2 7

Places 1 5 3 6 — 7 — 6

(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 6 20 11 18 9 35 3 31

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 2 mins 39.60 secs Career Winnings 27464 96382 19493 9833 15103 53646 7398 25208

Winning Winning Distance Going Range Range 9-10F G-S 10-12F G-ST 8-10F G-S 8-10F ST 8-12F GS-S 8-12F G-ST 10-12F G-GF 11-13F G-S

Runs Since Wins 0 0 4 12 0 3 0 0


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Form: 013111 C

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PLATINUMCARD (IRE) (10) B g Golden Lariat (USA) - Flemensfirth Lady (IRE)

6 10-1 (4) Jockey: Billy Garritty (3) (in 5lb ex) Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

Owner: Straightline Bloodstock Breeder: W. Moran Probable S.P.: 11-2 Sponsor: Straightline (NE) Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Winless in bumpers/over hurdles but different proposition on the Flat, making it 4 wins from last 5 starts, doing well to overcome a pace bias over 9f here latest. Possible he can do better again. TF RatingHHHHI BHA 93 (+1)

DASH OF SPICE (GB) (12) Br g Teofilo (IRE) - Dashiba Owner: Ontoawinner, Bainbridge, Bolingbroke Breeder: Littleton Stud Probable S.P.: 11-1 Sponsor: www.ontoawinner.net

7 9-8 (8) Jockey: Tom Eaves (in 4lb ex) Trainer: Adrian Keatley, Malton Headgear: Hood, Tongue Strap

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful handicapper who cashed in off much-reduced mark to end losing run stretching back 2 years at Pontefract TF RatingHHHII BHA 87 (+5)

Form: 0-02661 D (12f) 12 days ago, making all. This is more competitive, however under a penalty.

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Form: 021-320

4

Form: 0002-23

5

FIRST IMPRESSION (IRE) (88) B g Make Believe - Charmgoer (USA) Owner: Blackburn, Fox, McWilliams, & Pendelbury Jockey: Jason Hart Breeder: John Dwan & Make Believe Syndicate Trainer: John Quinn, Malton Probable S.P.: 11-1 Sponsor: JJ Quinn Racing Ltd, Sheridan Fabrications Ltd

4

9-6 (7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Flat/hurdles winner who ran well to hit frame on first 2 starts this term. Firmer ground possibly against him at Redcar (10f) in May but given a break since and bounce back distinctly possible. TF RatingHHHII BHA 89

BIG KITTEN (USA) (27) Ch g Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Queen Martha (USA)

6 Owner: Mr Hussain Alabbas Lootah Jockey: Joe Fanning Breeder: Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings LLC Trainer: Mark Johnston, Middleham Probable S.P.: 12-1 Sponsor: Johnston Racing Ltd

9-4 (5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Winless since scoring at Newcastle (10.2f) in 2018 and he produced only one effort of note in the UAE for D. Watson last year. Not disgraced in 2 starts of late but mark has eased a little. TF RatingHHHII BHA 87

LOVE IS GOLDEN (IRE) (26) B c Golden Horn - Holy Moon (IRE) Owner: Crone Stud Farms Ltd Breeder: Razza Del Velino Probable S.P.: 7-1 Sponsor: Johnston Racing Ltd

3 Jockey: Ben Curtis Trainer: Mark Johnston, Middleham

8-9 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Golden Horn colt who scored on return at Chester (12.3f) and dismissed a lesser effort when going in TF RatingHHHII BHA 87

Form: 0-12551 D again at that venue 4 weeks ago. 3lb higher now but that may not prove his limit.

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WHERE’S JEFF (GB) (10) B g Haafhd - Piece of Magic

6 8-8 (6) Owner: A G Pollock & Golden Ratio Partnership Jockey: Joanna Mason (3) Breeder: Lucky 5 Partnership & Stittenham Racing Trainer: Michael & David Easterby, Sheriff Hutton Probable S.P.: 8-1 Sponsor: Stittenham Farms

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoying a good season, adding another success to his tally under this pilot at Beverley (10f) in June.

Form: 101223 C D Remained in good form since, third behind Platinumcard over 9f here latest. Each-way claims. TF RatingHHHII BHA 77

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Form: 311 D

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MAHRAJAAN (USA) (25) Ch g Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Lahudood Owner: Shadwell Estate Company Ltd Breeder: Shadwell Farm LLC Probable S.P.: 15-8

3 Jockey: Paul Hanagan Trainer: William Haggas, Newmarket

8-7 (3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Kitten’s Joy colt who cemented really bright start to his career when following up his Leicester novice success in July at Ripon (12f) 25 days ago, easily. More to come now handicapping. TF RatingHHHHH BHA 85

EURO IMPLOSION (IRE) (27) B g Battle of Marengo (IRE) - Mikes Baby (IRE)5 Owner: Mr J. S. Morrison Breeder: Mr Aaron Boland Probable S.P.: 10-1 Sponsor: Tote

Jockey: Sam James Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

8-4 (1)

TIMEFORM VIEW In fine form this season, successful at Musselburgh in May and three-time winner here since, the latest TF RatingHHHII BHA 73

Form: 611131 C D an 11f handicap 4 weeks ago. Still, another personal best will be needed if he’s to take this.

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ONE MILE about FOUR FURLONGS (12f abt 15yds) (2400m)

Sixth Race

7.10p.m. THE PHOENIX UTILITIES LTD HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6)

FOR FOUR YRS OLD AND UPWARDS NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 9

RACE DESCRIPTION

This is a one mile four furlongs handicap race for four-yearolds and upwards which have been rated from 46 to 60. To qualify for a handicap rating horses must have run at least three times in a Flat race in Britain, or have run in no more than two Flat races run in Britain and won at least one of them. This rating then dictates the weight to be carried in a handicap. In simple terms a horse rated 60 in this particular race would be required to carry 5lb more than a rival rated 55.

RACE STATISTICS

Leading course trainer (16-21): K Dalgleish (59 wins from 440 runners, 13%) runs TEFNUT and THREE CASTLES Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): D O’Meara (6 wins from 70 runners, 9%) runs JOHN JASPER Weightwatcher: THREE CASTLES won off a handicap mark of 62, his rating is now down 5lb to 57. Longest Traveller: ICE CANYON trained by K Frost, Newark, 268 miles.

BETTING FORECAST: 7-2 Millie The Minx (IRE), 11-2 Bouncing Bobby (IRE),

6-1 Framley Garth (IRE), 15-2 Tefnut (USA), 8-1 John Jasper (USA), De Mazzaro (IRE), 11-1 Ice Canyon (GB), 12-1 Three Castles (GB), 25-1 Castle View (IRE) RACE SUMMARY: MILLIE THE MINX is proving to be a model of consistency on Flat/over hurdles this year, going in again at Cartmel 6 weeks ago. She gets the nod to go well again, with Tefnut, Framley Garth and Bouncing Bobby a trio of others expected to be thereabouts at the business end. 1-2-3: 1.MILLIE THE MINX (IRE) 2.TEFNUT (USA) 3.FRAMLEY GARTH (IRE)

Phoenix Utilities Ltd have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1835; Second £917; Third £459; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2322)

STEWARDS NOTE:

JOHN JASPER: Following its run on 19/8/2021 it was reported that the horse ran too freely. ICE CANYON: Following its run on 24/6/2021 it was reported that the horse ran too freely. DE MAZZARO: Following its run on 13/8/2021 it was reported that the horse slipped leaving the stalls. BOUNCING BOBBY: Following its run on 3/8/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe.

RESULTS

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs 1 577340 2 26-4520 3 4250-67 4 1155-22 5 337583 6 0-21138 7 26-4326 8 834732 9 683759

Horse JOHN JASPER ICE CANYON TEFNUT MILLIE THE MINX THREE CASTLES DE MAZZARO BOUNCING BOBBY FRAMLEY GARTH CASTLE VIEW

Career Wins — 3 — 2 3 3 — 6 —

Places 4 12 1 5 3 3 3 13 1

(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 18 42 6 19 27 20 13 79 7

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 2 mins 39.60 secs Winning Winning Career Distance Going Winnings Range Range — 14555 10-12F G-ST — 5563 9-12F G-S 10803 8-16F GS-S 9490 12-14F G-S — 26846 8-12F GS-S —

Runs Since Wins — 6 — 0 18 2 — 34 —


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Form: 500340

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JOHN JASPER (USA) (8) Gr or Ro g Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Pooh Corner (USA) Owner: Mr F. Gillespie Breeder: Carolyn R. Vogel Probable S.P.: 8-1

4 9-7 (6) Jockey: Shane Gray Trainer: David O’Meara, Upper Helmsley Headgear: Tongue Strap

TIMEFORM VIEW Remains a maiden after 18 Flat runs. Tenth of 12 in handicap at Wolverhampton (8.6f) 8 days ago, carrying head high. Now operating from career-low mark but others more persuasive. TF RatingHHHII BHA 60 (-1)

ICE CANYON (GB) (64) B g Raven’s Pass (USA) - Picture Hat (USA)

Owner: Mr Derek & Mrs Marie Dean Jockey: Sam James Breeder: Darley Trainer: Kevin Frost, Newark Probable S.P.: 11-1 Headgear: Hood Sponsor: Kevin Frost Racing, I & P Lifting Gear Ltd

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9-7 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW 7/1, tenth of 14 in handicap at Leicester (11.8f, good) 64 days ago, needing stronger gallop. Hood TF RatingHHHII BHA 60

Form: 26-4520 D back on and not ruled out in a very ordinary affair.

3

Form: 4250-60

4

TEFNUT (USA) (14) B f American Pharoah (USA) - Virginia Waters (USA) Owner: Weldspec Glasgow Limited Breeder: Chelston & Orpendale Probable S.P.: 15-2 Sponsor: Weldspec Baku Limited

Jockey: Callum Rodriguez Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke

4

9-5 (8)

TIMEFORM VIEW Bit below form seventh of 13 in handicap at Thirsk (12f, good to firm, 9/1) 14 days ago. Has yet to progress this year but it is still early days and she’s not one to write off. TF RatingHHHHI BHA 58

MILLIE THE MINX (IRE) (85) B m Medicean - Popocatepetl (FR) Owner: Mr Anthony White Breeder: Mr Jeremy Gompertz Probable S.P.: 7-2 Sponsor: Octet Investments Limited

Jockey: Tom Eaves Trainer: Dianne Sayer, Penrith Headgear: Cheek Pieces

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9-4 (1)

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. Won 7-runner handicap hurdle (3/1) at Cartmel (17.2f, good) 41 days ago, keeping on well.

Form: 1155-22 CD BF Proved a model of consistency under both codes this year and she ought to be thereabouts again. TF RatingHHHHH BHA 57

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Form: 330503

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THREE CASTLES (GB) (2) B g Zoffany (IRE) - Fountain of Honour (IRE) Owner: Mr Ken McGarrity Breeder: W. M. Johnstone Probable S.P.: 12-1 Sponsor: Nairn’s Oatcakes Ltd

Jockey: Joe Fanning Trainer: Keith Dalgleish, Carluke Headgear: Cheek Pieces

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9-4 (9)

TIMEFORM VIEW Unreliable individual. Eleven runs since last win in 2020. 11/1, creditable third of 7 in handicap at Musselburgh (18.1f, good) 2 days ago, very slowly away. Significantly back down in trip. TF RatingHHHII BHA 57

DE MAZZARO (IRE) (14) B g So You Think (NZ) - Bolero Again (IRE) Owner: Mr V. Thompson Breeder: Jbr Bloodstock Global Pte Ltd Probable S.P.: 8-1

Jockey: Phil Dennis Trainer: Tristan Davidson, Carlisle Headgear: Hood

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8-11 (3)

TIMEFORM VIEW Good start for this yard, winning back-to-back staying handicaps at Musselburgh/Nottingham (at up to TF RatingHHHII BHA 50

Form: 0-21130 D 14f). Shade disappointing at Thirsk latest but not ruled out on balance.

7

Form: 26-4326

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BOUNCING BOBBY (IRE) (24) B g Raven’s Pass (USA) - Silicon Star (FR) Owner: Mr J. W. Hazeldean Breeder: Kildaragh Stud Probable S.P.: 11-2 Sponsor: Tote

Jockey: Andrew Mullen Trainer: Martin Todhunter, Penrith

4

8-11 (7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Respectable sixth of 10 in handicap at Catterick (12.1f, good, 10/3) 24 days ago, needing stiffer test. Remains a maiden but he is proving consistent at a low level. No forlorn hope. TF RatingHHHII BHA 50

FRAMLEY GARTH (IRE) (10) B g Clodovil (IRE) - Two Marks (USA) Owner: FPR Yorkshire Syndicate Breeder: Mr G. Morrin Probable S.P.: 6-1 Sponsor: Show Business Interiors Ltd

9 Jockey: Ben Curtis Trainer: Liam Bailey, Middleham Headgear: Tongue Strap Cheek Pieces

8-8 (4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Good second of 11 in a C&D handicap 10 days ago, holding every chance over 1f out and keeping on. TF RatingHHHII BHA 47 (+1)

Form: 034032 C D Not discounted but over 3 years since he last won.

9

Form: 603050

CASTLE VIEW (IRE) (10) Ch g Casamento (IRE) - Spirit of The Sea (IRE) Owner: Mrs Sandra Giles Breeder: W. M. Johnstone Probable S.P.: 25-1 Sponsor: Jim Goldie Racing

Jockey: Cam Hardie Trainer: Jim Goldie, Glasgow

4

8-7 (5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Ninth of 11 in handicap at this C&D (good, 9/1) 10 days ago, wekaening 2f out. Needs to prove he stays this far now. TF RatingHHIII BHA 45 (-1)

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about FIVE FURLONGS (5f abt 7yds) (1000m)

Seventh Race

7.40p.m.

THE PATERSONS OF GREENOAKHILL HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6) RACE DESCRIPTION

This is a five furlongs handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards which have been rated from 46 to 65. To qualify for a handicap rating horses must have run at least three times in a Flat race in Britain, or have run in no more than two Flat races run in Britain and won at least one of them. This rating then dictates the weight to be carried in a handicap. In simple terms a horse rated 65 in this particular race would be required to carry 5lb more than a rival rated 60.

RACE STATISTICS

Leading course trainer (16-21): K Ryan (31 wins from 135 runners, 23%) runs BANNOW Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): K Ryan (7 wins from 42 runners, 17%) runs BANNOW Weightwatcher: TOMILY won off a handicap mark of 77, his rating is now down 14lb to 63. Longest Traveller: ALEEF trained by K Frost, Newark, 268 miles

BETTING FORECAST: 3-1 Glorious Rio (IRE), 4-1 Melody King (IRE),

Iris Dancer (GB), 8-1 Tomily (IRE), 11-1 Aleef (IRE), Stronsay (IRE), 16-1 Shesadabber (GB), 18-1 Bannow (GB) RACE SUMMARY: GLORIOUS RIO is operating at the top of his game at present, making it 2 wins from his last 3 starts at Nottingham 2 weeks ago. He gets the nod to continue the good work again equipped with blinkers, with Melody King, Iris Dancer and Tomily feared most, in that order. 1-2-3: 1.GLORIOUS RIO (IRE) 2.MELODY KING (IRE) 3.IRIS DANCER STEWARDS NOTE: BANNOW: Following its run on 7/8/2021 it was reported that the horse lost both front shoes.

RESULTS

FOR THREE YRS OLD AND UPWARDS NUMBER OF DECLARED RUNNERS 8

PATERSONS OF GREENOAKHILL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will award a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1835; Second £917; Third £459; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2322)

TIME/DISTANCE:

1ST ..................................................................................................... 2ND.................................................................................................... 3RD .................................................................................................... 4TH .................................................................................................... Last Racecard 6 No. Runs 1 980414 2 462416 3 806375 4 0-3450 5 125-258 6 933131 7 464232 8 283605

Horse MELODY KING ALEEF TOMILY BANNOW SHESADABBER GLORIOUS RIO IRIS DANCER STRONSAY

Career Wins 2 9 10 — 3 2 1 2

Places 2 10 14 1 3 2 4 9

(FOR CONDITIONS OF THIS RACE SEE PAGE 45)

Total Runs 14 60 65 5 18 16 15 38

RACEFORM MEDIAN TIME: 1 min 0.40 secs Winning Winning Career Distance Going Winnings Range Range 9087 5-7F G 64480 5-6F G-ST 85045 5-7F G-ST — 8345 5F GS-S 4644 5F GF-ST 2538 6F S 6277 6-7F G-S

Runs Since Wins 1 1 11 — 5 0 7 6


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MELODY KING (IRE) (7) B g Kodiac - Mekong Melody (IRE)

4 10-3 (6) Jockey: Jason Hart (in 5lb ex) Trainer: John Quinn, Malton Headgear: Hood

Owner: Mr Ross Harmon & Partner Breeder: David C. Egan Probable S.P.: 4-1 Sponsor: JJ Quinn Racing Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner. Not disgraced when fourth of 8 in handicap at Musselburgh (5f, good, 11/4) 7 days ago, TF RatingHHHHI BHA 67 (+5)

Form: 000414 CD switched wide 2f out and keeping on. Should go well again under the penalty.

2

ALEEF (IRE) (51) B g Kodiac - Okba (USA) Owner: Mr D Orr & Mr M Humphreys Breeder: Sarah Fortune Probable S.P.: 11-1 Sponsor: Kevin Frost Racing

Jockey: Shane Gray Trainer: Kevin Frost, Newark Headgear: Hood, Tongue Strap

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9-10 (1)

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner. Latest win at Lingfield (5f) in June. 9/1, sixth of 7 in handicap at Lingfield (5f, soft) TF RatingHHHII BHA 65

Form: 462416 C D 51 days ago, very awkward leaving the stalls. No surprise to see a better showing here.

3

TOMILY (IRE) (20) B g Canford Cliffs (IRE) - Cake (IRE)

7 Owner: Ne-Chance Jockey: Andrew Mullen Breeder: Mr D. J. Anderson Trainer: Iain Jardine, Carrutherstown Probable S.P.: 8-1 Sponsor: Iain Jardine Racing Ltd, Lenat International UK Ltd.

9-8 (2)

TIMEFORM VIEW Eleven runs since last win in 2019. Below form fifth of 11 in handicap at Ayr (6f, good) 20 days ago,

Form: 006305 D faring best of those ridden close-up in strongly-run race. Assessor has afforded him a chance. TF RatingHHHII BHA 63

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Form: 0-3450

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BANNOW (GB) (20) B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Angel Vision (IRE) Owner: Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum Breeder: Cheveley Park Stud Limited Probable S.P.: 18-1

Jockey: Tom Eaves Trainer: Kevin Ryan, Hambleton Headgear: Cheek Pieces

3

9-8 (7)

TIMEFORM VIEW Lightly-raced maiden. Cheekpieces on for 1st time, last of 11 in handicap (40/1) at Ayr (6f, good) 20 days ago, ridden too aggressively. Not one to write off given low-mileage profile. TF RatingHHIII BHA 65

SHESADABBER (GB) (10) B m Heeraat (IRE) - Saorocain (IRE)

5 Jockey: Joe Fanning Trainer: Michael Mullineaux, Tarporley Headgear: Eyeshields

Owner: Mrs Angela Turner Breeder: Mickley Stud Probable S.P.: 16-1 Sponsor: Tote

9-4 (3)

TIMEFORM VIEW 3-time C&D winner. 14/1, 7 1/2 lengths eighth of 10 to Melody King in handicap at this C&D (good) 10 TF RatingHHIII BHA 59 (-2)

Form: 125-250 CD days ago, doing too much too soon. Eyeshields on 1st time. Others more persuasive.

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GLORIOUS RIO (IRE) (14) B g Gutaifan (IRE) - Renaissance Rio (IRE) Owner: Matt Watkinson Racing Club Breeder: Jim McDonald Probable S.P.: 3-1 Sponsor: Lancashire Racing Stables Limited

Jockey: Jonny Peate (7) Trainer: Stella Barclay, Garstang Headgear: Blinkers

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9-3 (8)

TIMEFORM VIEW 9/4, career best when winning 8-runner handicap at Nottingham (5f, good) 14 days ago, well on top TF RatingHHHHH BHA 58

Form: 033131 D finish. At the top of his game at present and one of the likelier types here.

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Form: 464232

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Form: 203605 C

IRIS DANCER (GB) (10) B f Kodiac - Rainbow’s Arch (IRE) Owner: Auld Pals Breeder: Llety Farms Probable S.P.: 4-1 Sponsor: Cwm Home Improvements

Jockey: Phil Dennis Trainer: Tristan Davidson, Carlisle

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9-3 (4)

TIMEFORM VIEW Good 3/4-length second of 10 to Melody King in handicap at this C&D (good, 15/2) 10 days ago. Looks well suited by the demands of this track and another good showing anticipated. TF RatingHHHHI BHA 60 (+2)

STRONSAY (IRE) (10) B g Gale Force Ten - Perfect Blossom Owner: Mrs C M Clarke, Foulrice Park Racing Ltd Breeder: Mrs A. Morris Probable S.P.: 11-1 Sponsor: Show Business Interiors Ltd

Jockey: Ben Curtis Trainer: Liam Bailey, Middleham Headgear: Cheek Pieces

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9-2 (5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner. Creditable 2 1/4 lengths fifth of 10 to Melody King in handicap (14/1) at this C&D (good) 10 days ago, running on late. A return to 6f may suit ideally. TF RatingHHHII BHA 57 (-1)

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OFFICIALS FRIDAY 27TH AUGUST 2021 STEWARDS COLIN VICKERS (CHIEF STEWARD) FRANKI CLARK (STEWARDS’ PANEL CHAIR) LYNDSAY ALLAN ADRIAN SMITH ANNE RAY LAUREN THOMSON STARTERS STUART TURNER MICHAEL REID JUDGE MICHAEL ROBERTS CLERK OF THE SCALES WAYNE BURNELL EQUINE WELFARE & INTEGRITY OFFICERS LINDA PORTER TRACEY HAMILTON JAMES BONAR VETERINARY OFFICER DUNCAN MACDONALD COMMENTATOR SIMON HOLT BETTING RING MANAGER JOHN CLARK

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MEDICAL OFFICERS Dr ALETHEA BECK (SRMO) Dr FIONA STRUTHERS (RMO) Dr PAUL GALLAGHER (CROWD)

SAFETY OFFICER/SOCIAL DISTANCING & COVID 19 OFFICER ALAN SCOTT

NURSE JANICE GILLESPIE

DEPUTY SAFETY OFFICER DAVID BRANNAN

VETERINARY SURGEONS JOHN MARSHALL EUAN LAIDLAW

PRESENTER JIM DELAHUNT


RACE CONDITIONS First Race 4.35 - THE CONTRAFLOW TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT LTD NURSERY HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 5) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2862 to the winning horse The second to receive £1343, the third £672, the fourth £336 and the fifth £300. for two yrs old only, Rated 0-75 (also open to such horses rated 76 and 77 - see Standard Conditions). Enter by noon, August 21st and pay £26 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight not less than 9st 7lb Penalties, after August 14th, 2021, for each race won 6lb. Contraflow Traffic Management Ltd has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, a cash prize will be presented to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. 13 entries at £26. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2262; Second £1130; Third £566; Fourth £282; Fifth £240. (Penalty Value £2862) Weights raised 1lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 12 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 5.10 - THE WHYSETTLE IT NETWORKS MAIDEN STAKES (CLASS 5) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £3510 to the winning horse The second to receive £1647, the third £824 and the fourth £412. for maiden two yrs old. Enter by noon, August 21st and pay £26 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 5lb; fillies 9st. Whysettle IT Networks have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. 20 entries at £26. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £2774; Second £1386; Third £694; Fourth £346. (Penalty Value £3510) SS SEE PAGE 16 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 5.40 - THE PDM BUILDBASE SCOTLAND HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2322 to the winning horse The second to receive £1090, the third £545, the fourth £300, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 46-65 (also open to such horses rated 66 and 67; such horses rated 45 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £21 stake if the horse is rated 46 or higher, or £4 stake if the horse is rated 45 or lower with £17 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st 3lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 8lb Penalties, after August 14th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. PDM Buildbase Scotland have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. 26 entries, 1 at £4 and 25 at £21. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1835; Second £917; Third £459; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2322) Weights raised 1lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 22 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 6.10 - THE BRITISH STALLIONS EBF FILLIES’ HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £11081 to the winning horse The second to receive £5196, the third £2599, the fourth £1298 and the fifth £649. for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only, which are E.B.F. eligible, Rated 71-90 (also open to such horses rated 91 and 92; such horses rated 70 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £105 stake if the horse is rated 71 or higher, or £21 stake if the horse is rated 70 or lower with £84 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st 2lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 7lb Penalties, after August 14th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. THE TRUSTEES OF THE E.B.F. have very generously contributed £10,000 towards the prize money for this race. HAMILTON PARK RACECOURSE EXECUTIVE will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. The Race Incentive Fund, supported by the Horserace Betting Levy Board, provides for the inclusion of £1500 towards the prize money for this race. 12 entries at £105. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £8735; Second £4369; Third £2184; Fourth £1092; Fifth £546. (Penalty Value £11081.10) SS SEE PAGE 26 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 6.40 - THE PHOENIX UTILITIES LTD LANARK SILVER BELL HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £18090 to the winning horse The second to receive £8492, the third £4247 and the fourth £2123. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 0-95 (also open to such horses rated 96 and 97; such horses rated 68 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £150 stake if the horse is rated 69 or higher, or £30 stake if the horse is rated 68 or lower with £120 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight 9st 10lb Penalties, after August 14th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. Phoenix Utilities Ltd have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. The British Horseracing Authority has modified Schedule (F)2 of the Rules of Racing for the purposes of this race. 25 entries, 2 at £30 and 23 at £150. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £14294; Second £7146; Third £3574; Fourth £1786. (Penalty Value £18090) Weights raised 2lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 32 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 7.10 - THE PHOENIX UTILITIES LTD HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2322 to the winning horse The second to receive £1090, the third £545, the fourth £300, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for four yrs old and upwards, Rated 46-60 (also open to such horses rated 61 and 62; such horses rated 45 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £21 stake if the horse is rated 46 or higher, or £4 stake if the horse is rated 45 or lower with £17 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Lowest weight 8st 7lb; Highest weight 9st 7lb Penalties, after August 14th, 2021, for each race won 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. Phoenix Utilities Ltd have very generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will present a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. 20 entries, 3 at £4 and 17 at £21. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1835; Second £917; Third £459; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2322) SS SEE PAGE 36 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 7.40 - THE PATERSONS OF GREENOAKHILL HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 6) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £2322 to the winning horse The second to receive £1090, the third £545, the fourth £300, the fifth £300, the sixth £300, the seventh £300 and the eighth £300. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 46-65 (also open to such horses rated 66 and 67; such horses rated 45 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £21 stake if the horse is rated 46 or higher, or £4 stake if the horse is rated 45 or lower with £17 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. August 25th. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 7lb; 3-y-o 8st 5lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 9st 12lb; 3-y-o 9st 10lb Penalties, after August 14th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. PATERSONS OF GREENOAKHILL has generously sponsored this race and will present a memento to the winning owner. In addition, they will award a cash prize to the person in charge of the horse judged to be the best turned out. 17 entries, 1 at £4 and 16 at £21. - Closed August 21st, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £1835; Second £917; Third £459; Fourth £251; Fifth £240; Sixth £240; Seventh £240; Eighth £240. (Penalty Value £2322) Weights lowered 2lb. SS SEE PAGE 40 FOR THIS RACE.


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CHAMPIONSHIPS TRAINERS

Keith Dalgleish Richard Fahey Mark Johnston David O’Meara Iain Jardine Kevin Ryan Tim Easterby John Quinn Jim Goldie Alistair Whillans Liam Bailey K. R. Burke Grant Tuer Michael Dods Michael Easterby Phillip Makin Edward Bethell Bryan Smart

237 107 107 90 79 77 74 51 50 42 41 41 40 31 31 28 28 28

OWNERS

Tristan Davidson Linda Perratt John Wainwright Paul Midgley Dianne Sayer Roger Varian Michael & David Easterby R. Mike Smith Tom Dascombe Archie Watson Ralph Beckett Shaun Lycett Mark Walford Ben Haslam Heather Main Jedd O’Keeffe Simon & Ed Crisford Tony Coyle

25 20 18 18 15 15 13 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Straightline Bloodstock

43

Ken McGarrity and Murray Cameron

18

Mr J. S. Morrison

30

G & J Park

16

Mrs C M Clarke, Foulrice Park Racing Ltd

28

Let’s Be Lucky Racing 26

16

Johnnie Delta Racing

25

Johnston Racing Ltd

15

Clipper Logistics

23

Dr Marwan Koukash

15

Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum

23

A G Pollock & Golden Ratio Partnership

21

Middleham Park Racing LXXXIII & Partner

15

The Strattonites

21

Mr Steve Ryan

15

Mr J. J. Quinn

20

Geoff & Sandra Turnbull

15

C.T.P, Rasio Cymru & Northern Monkeys

20

Border Raiders & T Davidson

15

Mr B Valentine & Partner

20

Middleham Park Racing LXXVI

15

Mr R & Mrs J E Huin 1

15

Mr Grant Tuer

20

King Power Racing Co Ltd

20

Mr G. R. Leckie

13

Mr Brian Jordan,B.Jordan &Stephen Jordan

18

Middleham Park Racing XXXVIII & Partner

13

Sheikh Abdullah Almalek Alsabah

18

The New Century Partnership

13

Richard Fahey Ebor Racing Club Ltd

18

Mr J. A. Knox and Mrs M. A. Knox

13

Crossfields Racing

18

Mr Paul Stewart

13

JOCKEYS

Callum Rodriguez Sam James Daniel Tudhope Ben Curtis Paul Mulrennan Andrew Mullen Jason Hart Kevin Stott Paul Hanagan Graham Lee

96 94 91 86 78 73 71 63 58 41

APPRENTICE JOCKEYS Billy Garritty

57

Andrew Breslin

36

Harry Russell

34

Joanna Mason

25

Oliver Stammers

25

Ella McCain

18

WINNERS RECEIVE 10 POINTS, SECOND PLACE 5 POINTS AND THIRD PLACE 3 POINTS.

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