Innoko 2nd by a head!

Threes Company’s Innoko ran another great race at Wolverhampton under Liam Keniry to just get beat in a photo finish. He is such a fun and consistent horse and he will hopefully be back out again towards the end of the month.

Three Colours Red Wins!

Three Colours Red won his 3rd race for us at Worcester when winning the 2m 7f handicap hurdle under a good ride by Tom O Brien. It turned out to be a good day for us at Worcester with Tir Dubh finishing 3rd, Double Miss 6th and Innoko finishing 2nd in the last. Well done

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Balkinstown

Balkinstown 2nd

Colleen Ford-Ellis Owned Balkinstown, ridden by Craig Dowson finished 2nd at Worcester on his seasonal debut. Given a good ride by Craig it was a great first run for him. Having won at Worcester last summer he seems to like the track and will hopefully next run back at Worcester at the end of the

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Push the Tempo

Winner at Worcester!

Castle Farm Racing’s Push the Tempo won the bumper at Worcester on his first start for us. He travelled lovely throughout under Cieran Gethings and won nicely. The horses have been running really well and it is lovely to get a winner. Push the Tempo looks to be an exciting horse for the summer

Miskin 4th

Unusually for him, Miskin missed the break and was slow away at Wolverhampton. This cost him his chance of winning but he ran on well at the end to take 4th. He was ridden by our yard Amateur Craig Dowson and it was another nice ride for him to have. Miskin is in good form

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All For The Best 2nd!

A brilliant run from All for the Best at Cartmel under Tom O Brien, making all the running and just getting caught close home.

Two thirds at Lingfield

Innoko and Bumble Bay were both third at Lingfield. Innoko ran a little flat in the softer ground after his great run at Chepstow 10 days ago. It was possible that the race came a little quick for him and he may not have liked the softer ground. Despite this he stayed on well to

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Innoko So Close on Seasonal debut

Innoko ran a great race at Chepstow, beaten a neck in second under Luke Morris. It was a very pleasing run and a great start to his season where he will be mixing both hurdles and flat

Seniergues 2nd at Chepstow

On his second start after a long time off Seniergues ran really well to finish a good second in the 2mile novice hurdle at Chepstow and we are really looking forward to him this season.

Castle Lyons 3rd on reappearance

Castle Lyons finished a good 3rd at kempton on his first run back after a break. He settled as well as he has done and was staying on very well at the end over 1m3 which was just on the short side for him. We hope to run him in May on the turf.