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Sundance Posted - 30 Sep 2011 : 12:21:34 AM
Last meeting of the season at Warwick on Sat 8th Oct.

Preview to follow.
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Sundance Posted - 24 Oct 2011 : 11:35:14 PM
Warwick October 8th by Paul Simmons

The Athbah Stud 0-60 Handicap Stakes over 6 Furlongs:
A third win of the campaign for Sue Connally’s lovely mare Raihan (Passem Lotois x G Sustika), she was given a strong ride from Scott Bradbury who made all on her and won going away by five lengths. She set off in determined fashion with Unshooda and Benny The Dip chasing in behind, but as they turned for home the writing was on the wall and Bradbury kicked clear on Raihan for a five length victory. Unshooda (Makzan x Shunah (Shomran)) was always being held in behind, she challenged two furlongs out but had no answer to the winner but was in turn four lengths clear of the field. Benny The Dip (Bengali D’Albret x Duiker (Galeon)) is on a good mark now, and while always chasing he took second briefly before being relegated to third; but was two lengths clear of Altered Images (Psyches Image R x Mona Lisa).

The Penn Challenge Open Race Handicap 0-170 Stakes over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
A superb win here as owner/trainer/breeder Jenny Peyton’s fantastic Anglo Arab mare Dancing Grace (Dancing Spree x Hardtoboss) showed the field of a thoroughbreds a clean pair of heels to win this competitive handicap under a superb ride from Ceri Evans. Jay Ell The Trier cut out the early running of the race, but was soon over taken by Just Serenade who conceded to Siena, but throughout Dancing Grace was cruising in behind. As they entered the final furlong Evans pushed Dancing Grace clear and ran on well for victory. Jay Ell The Trier (Talkin Man x Killoughey Pride) ran a strong race and challenged hard in the final furlong but couldn’t reach the winner. Another 3 ½ lengths back in third was Bill Hill’s homebred Anglo Arab Risky Jack (Call Me Risky x Maraday Kitty Hawk), who won this last year, he took third from the four furlong marker and held his position inside the home straight and pulled five lengths clear of the 4th Red Myth.

The Athbah Stud 0-42 Bronze Final Handicap Stakes over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
Lile D’Amour (Merlin Al Maury x Daad) has been a fantastic servant to the Connally’s and in her youth won a Premier handicap at Chester, and in spite of reaching her teenage years she proved here that she is no back number and won with some authority pulling two lengths clear of the field inside the final furlong for victory under a superb ride from Scott Bradbury, who was scoring a double on the day along with owner/trainer Sue Connally. Speaking after the race Connally said “We are very proud of both horses, and our thanks go to Scott who has proved himself this year, and rode two brilliant races at Warwick. We only have a small stable and this was our first ever double. We’re looking forward to next year as Lile D’Amour and her 3 year old son by Eau Royal will be racing!” Lile D’Amour was always travelling well and stalked long time leader Djazira until the two furlong marker where Bradbury went into the lead and powered clear to win. Djazira (Djoumis De Leyre x Fantaisy De Balduc) ran an incredible race back in second and showed her first signs of form, she made a bold show from the front under owner/trainer/jockey Steve Gregory, she battled back when headed by the winner in the final two furlongs and was a good length clear of Florys Folly (Vert Olive x Florys De Nautiac); she is one to note next season off her current mark. Florys Folly has held her form since her win at Wolverhampton, she was held up with a run and came with her effort in the home straight but was always chasing the first two but held onto third ahead of Notid (Tidjani x Sherrie Noreen).

The Athbah Stud 0-60 Silver Final Handicap Stakes over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
In spite of some unruly behaviour at the start Al Mamoon came right back to form here with an emphatic victory over Aberllwyds Pharelma for owner/trainer Delyth Thomas who has had a superb season and was recording her11th win of the season. Al Mamoon (Passem Lotois x Al Hanoof) was quickly away and made all for a pillar to post victory, he was strongly challenged in the final furlong by Aberllwyds Pharelma but she couldn’t head him and in the end he found an extra gear and quickened clear for a two length victory under a superb ride from Matt Stanley who has been impressing on the circuit this season. Back in second was an excellent effort from Aberllwyds Pharelma (Phariz x Gelma Du Volday (Dormane)), she got a tardy start but made smooth headway along the back straight and moved into second four furlongs out and although she had every chance inside the final two furlongs was always being held. In third was Pavot Al Kyle (Pavot Al Maury x Ellaria) making his final racecourse debut at the age of 15, having a notched up a hatrick this season, he ran another race full of credit (he won this race back in 2009) and stayed on into third and battled hard to hold the position in the final strides. Terminators Dream (Bengali D’Albret x Dantes Dream (Dantist)) came with a strong run inside the home straight and kept on past beaten horses for fourth.

The Athbah Stud 0-95 Handicap Stakes over 1 Mile:
Noble Athlete cut out the running and set a decent pace from the start, however, as they approached the four furlong marker Bigg N Rich set sail for home and went several lengths clear in the straight, but Hidalgo was always travelling ominiously well under Steve Harrison. As they entered the final furlong Bigg N Rich was all out for victory but Hidalgo (Samern x Pella De La Coste) was chasing hard, and came with his run under a strong ride from Harrison and headed him inside the final furlong to get up and win by half a length for owner Julie Kelway. Speaking afterwards winning trainer Peter Hammersley “I was thrilled with Hidalgo run, he appears a lot more relaxed now, he was very chilled before his race at Warwick and I'm sure that this has helped his performances, superb ride from Steve as well.” Bigg N Rich (Falina Des Fabries x Viraac) was brave in defeat, he did the hard work from the halfway stage but couldn’t hold off the winner in the final strides. Manan (Doran x Mangaline Du Loup) was a shade disappointing four lengths back in third, but has run some excellent races this season and remains a smart prospect for next season.

The Athbah Stud 0-80 Gold Final Handicap Stakes over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
Verdora has been promising so much all season with some excellent races in defeat but she saved her best run for the end of the season and lost her maiden tag in some style here for owner/breeders James and Jo Kippen under a fine ride from Phil Collington. Katwalk bravely tried to make all and lead the field until headed by Syrah Gris in the final two furlongs, but Verdora was always cruising in behind with Altesse Kossack and Sophia. As they entered the final furlong Verdora (Dormane x Vert Galante (Manganate) unleashed a smart turn of foot to quicken clear and win by a comfortable two lengths giving trainer Gill Duffield a final winner of the season and her 5th straight champion trainers title. Speaking afterwards James Kippen said “She is a beautifully bred filly and we always had high hopes for her. She has finally rewarded us on the very last day and we are thrilled!” Back in second Altesse Kossack (Marwan x Azedine A (Dormane)) ran an eye catching race and looks to be still improving, she made smooth headway inside the home straight and took second one furlong out and although she couldn’t reach the winner she was holding second. Sophia (Kerbella x Solonge (Djelfor)) ran a brave race under top weight, but ultimately found it too much weight to concede to improving youngsters, she was settled in midfield and made good progress in the home straight but was never nearer than third; she stayed on ahead of the fourth Jaamahir (Makzan x Tikis Tiffany).

The Open (TB/AA) Race Championship over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
Peter Hammersley capped a great season with a win in the final race of the year with Heartland Thoroughbreds smart mare Annie Moyles (who won this last year). How Realee cut out the pace in the early stages and lead the field at a strong gallop, but the field was tightly grouped in behind. As they entered the home straight Sri Kuantan quickly went to the head of the field before Jiggalong swept past under a determined Matt Stanley, but Annie Moyles (Makbul x So Generous) was always cruising and she quickened clear inside the final furlong to win by an easy length under a great ride from Steve Harrison. Speaking afterwards Hammersley said “Annie never ceases to amaze me. She is as tough and genuine as they come. She still seems to be improving but will surely find things much tougher in 2012” . Jiggalong (Mark of Esteem x Kalamansi) ran another superb race back in second, she had every chance in the final furlong but had no extra to challenge the winner. Yankey (Amfortas x Key) ran well in third and made strong progress in the home straight but was well held five lengths back in third.
Lin123 Posted - 09 Oct 2011 : 11:07:12 PM
Indeed you can Sue

Linda x
Rozy Rider Posted - 09 Oct 2011 : 2:00:20 PM
Can I be your seconds please.
Lin123 Posted - 06 Oct 2011 : 9:26:13 PM
Two slaps it is then Carol......that'll learn him

Linda x
nag965 Posted - 06 Oct 2011 : 06:55:21 AM
O thanks Paul, I think it's a slap Linda

Carol x
Lin123 Posted - 05 Oct 2011 : 11:43:25 PM
Cheers Paul......don't know whether to thank you or give you a slap

Linda x
Sundance Posted - 05 Oct 2011 : 10:07:19 PM
Warwick Saturday 8th October by Paul Simmons

Handicap 0-60 over 6 Furlongs:
TO WIN – Terminator’s Dream has been running well all season, coming second to Pavot Al Kyle three times from 6-8 furlongs before winning over 12 f at Startford, talented and versatile should score here.
PLACE CLAIMS – Unshooda has been lightly raced this season but came 2nd to Sabden and 3rd to Jaamahir over sprint trips and should be thereabouts. Suchaking is full brother to talented performer Whisper (who won this a few years ago) and makes his handicap debut.

TB/AA Handicap 0-170 over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
TO WIN – Kings Cavalier looked back to his best when winning at Nottingham over 1 mile 6f, and should be able to score again here.
PLACE CLAIMS- Dancing Grace was champion Anglo last term and has been holding her own in TB races this year, including when coming 2nd to Jay Ell The Trier over a mile last time out. Red Myth has been running consistently well this term including when winning at Wolverhampton over 7f.

Athbah Stud Gold Final 0-80 Handicap over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
TO WIN – Altesse Kossack has been in superb form this season, winning over 14 furlongs at Wolverhampton beating subsequent winners Neige Al Maury, Floren and Roches Du Cayrou. She was unlucky to be a beaten a nose by Neige Al Maury at Stratford over 12f and should score here.
PLACE CLAIMS – Sophia has to defy top weight but won over a mile here last term (95 h’cap from a mark of 73) and looked back to her best when 2nd to subsequent winner Suhaim at Notts over a mile. Syrah Gris won well on Dubai Day over 7f beating subsequent winner Razen and has been consistently placed since, dangerous if staying the trip.

Athbah Stud Silver Final 0-60 Handicap over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
TO WIN- Pavot Al Kyle won this race a few years back and has been in superb form this season winning three times over 6,7 and 8f beating subsequent winner Terminators Dream, he should win this on his final start before a well earned retirement (he’s 15 yrs old).
PLACE CLAIMS- Terminators Dream has been running with credit all season, taking the runner up spot 3 times to the selection before scoring in fine style at Stratford over 12 f, will stay the trip and a big threat here and may gain revenge. Raihan has been in superb form this season winning twice over 7f and 9f and should be thereabouts.

Athbah Stud Bronze Final 0-50 Handicap over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
TO WIN – Notid has been running well this season including when 2nd to Roches Du Cayrou at Wolverhampton over 2 miles, 2nd to Florys Folly over 2 miles again and then 2nd to Terminators Dream over 12f, should get his head in front here.
PLACE CLAIMS - Lile D’Amour has been in good form this season, 3rd to Raihan over 8f and 3rd to Florys Folly before coming 3rd again to Terminators Dream, loves the soft and will be a big danger here. Golden Dream caught the eye when finishing with a strong late charge to come 4th to Terminators Dream over 12f (won over 6f last term).

Handicap 0-95 over 1 Mile:
TO WIN – Louran won well over a mile last season, she was 2nd to Noble Athlete over a mile on Dubai Day and dead heated with Kalikeauba over 12f at Stratford should win here.
PLACE CLAIMS – Noble Athlete has won 3 times this season over this trip on Dubai Day, 9f at Wolves and 7f at Hereford. Hidalgo looked back to his best when winning at Wolves over 9f beating multiple winners Ambrose and Suhaim.

OPEN (TB/AA) Handicap over 1 Mile 2 Furlongs:
TO WIN – Annie Moyles won twice last term including this race, in good form this year she won over 9f at Hereford and followed up over 12f at Wolverhampton, she should score a repeat championship win.
PLACE CLAIMS – Adalar has been in great heart this term winning 3 times over 7f, 10f and 14f, he should be thereabouts again. How Realee has been running well this season being placed over 9f ad 14f before winning at Stratford over 6f, versatile and talented, should be in the shake up.

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