Be Wiser Press Releases
Newmarket trainer Hugo Palmer clinched his second Fast Track Qualifier of the season at snow swept Wolverhampton last weekend while Lambourn trainer Jamie Osborne continues in top form.
PALMER COLT REFUSES TO BACK DOWN
Josephine Gordon became only the second female jockey to ride 100 winners in a calendar year last weekend, when another galloping girl Hollie Doyle also made the headlines on the All-Weather.
GORDON MAKES HISTORY AT WOLVERHAMPTON
The fifth All-Weather Championships began in earnest on Saturday when Lingfield Park staged two Listed races which were both Fast Track Qualifiers for the £1 Million Finals Day on Good Friday.
There was a dream start for a young teenaged jockey at Southwell this week while connections have called time on the career of a leading contender for the Fillies' and Mares Final on Good Friday. Meanwhile, top class All-Weather Championships action returns to Lingfield Park this weekend.
Lingfield Park’s Fast Track Qualifier for the All-Weather Championships’ Fillies’ and Mares’ Final was won for the second year by a Newmarket mare, while Champion trainer Mark Johnston claimed the Listed feature on a quality card at Kempton Park on Monday.
As the fifth annual All-Weather Championships swing into week two, top jockey Luke Morris has already made a flying start while leading lady Josephine Gordon has a special milestone in her sights.
MORRIS AMONG WINNERS AHEAD OF US MISSION
The fifth annual All-Weather Championships, supported by Be Wiser, are underway and horse racing expert Simon Mapletoft, of Sky Sports’ At The Races, will again be bringing you all his latest news and views in his exclusive weekly Blog.
BEATBOX FINDS HIS RHYTHM
As the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship reaches the crucial Showdown stage this weekend, Paul Bird Motorsport Ltd is delighted to announce that both Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin will remain with the team to contest the 2018 series.
After two years away from the sport, Cumbrian rally driver Paul Bird returned to the forest stages in style when he took a superb podium finish on today’s Grampian Forest Rally.
A charity basketball tournament is to launch in memory of local London basketball player George Goldstone, a champion of the sport who sadly passed away a year ago due to cancer, aged 32.