Week 39 horse racing news
Following a long absence since coming sixth in the Dubai World Cup, the 4 year old colt Gitano Hernando laid success at Dundalk with Kieren Fallon as his jockey. Trainer Marco Botti is pleases with the latest performance and added that the colt is destained for the Champion Stakes at Newmarket.
Dream Ahead laid a nine length win in the Middle Park Stakes, completing three wins from three starts. Dream Ahead’s trainer, David Simcock, is set not to go with haste on the 2 year old possible participation in the Dubai Dewhurst Stakes.
Paul Hanagan accomplished a Redcar Double with Harrison George coming first at the the Listed Guisborough Stakes and Kiwi Bay coming first at the John Smith’s Redcar Straight-Mile Championship. Harrison George’s Trainer’s assistant stated that they are content with the horse’s performance and improvement.
Fury, the 2 year old colt took first place with jockey Kieren Fallon in the Tattersalls Millions 2YO Trophy at Newmarket, winning the £500,000 prize. Trainer and jockey both stated their satisfaction with the horse but have added that the race landed very much on luck rather on form.