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We enjoyed a fantastic weekend poin to point with three winners from four runners.
Our first was Redmond Hall, who was a consistent maiden last season, however has strengthen up since joining us and benefited from a patient ride from his owner, rider Paul Govier. Paul was making his debut ride aged 40, having come up with the idea of riding in the Hunt Members at Cothelstone only 8 weeks ago at Sunday Club. With plenty of support and education from Camilla, Matt and Fiona, Paul has been regularly riding out and building his experienc. This was a first ride, first win for Paul.
Manofmanywords made it double when winning the restricted at Cothelstone, his second win of the season under Bryan Carver for his owner-breeders Mr and Mrs Pengelly.
Tree Sparrow won the intermediate at Larkhill under a good ride by Bryan, after the first past the post lost his weight cloth in the shadow of the line for Johnny Pengelly.
27.6.18 - Lady Longshot gave us our fifth winner of the season when landing the Racing Partnerships TRP Novices' Handicap Hurdle at Newton Abbot. Keiron Edgar was on board, taking up the lead two from home and scoring readily by one and three quarters of a length.
Her win at Fontwell earlier in the month meant she was sent off the 3-1 favourite and it was a paricularly pleasing performance as Camilla bred her out of our mare So Long, by Needle Gun.
20.5.18 - The grand 13-year-old Moorlands Jack relished the ground at Newton Abbot yesterday to easily land the two miles four furlongs Racing Partnership Handicap Chase in the hands of Nick SCholfield who kicked on after two out to win by 13 legnths. That was his third success at Newton Abbot, and hos ninth in total.
Unison, Guerrilla Tactics and Kilmurvy are all entered at Warwick on Wednesday; Duke's Affair is entered at Worcester on Friday and on Sunday we have made entries at Fontwell for Two Hoots, Guerrilla Tactics, Kilmurvy and Beau Phil.
26.4.18 - Robert Haker guided Tikkinthebox to a one and three quarters of a lengths victory at Taunton last night in the 2m2f novices' chase to give us our 24th win of the season and take up over the £180,000 prize winnings mark for the 2017-2018 campaign.
He was sent off at 16-1 and despite hitting the last two fences, was a pleasing winner with the good ground helping his chances.
Today we run Kilmurvy in the long distance handicap chase at Warwick with Nick Scholfeld on board. He's on a decent mark and fingers crossed he'll run well.
Tomorrow we head to Chepstow's evening meeting with Colmer's Hill and That's Gonne Sting.