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ADAM KIRBY is closing in on the Jockeys’ Championship, beginning the week 15 clear of his nearest rival Luke Morris.
Sir Michael Stoute, one of the most successful trainers in modern history, claimed All-Weather racing’s most prestigious prize for this first time on Saturday when his CONVEY took the Group 3 Winter Derby at Lingfield Park.
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It’s been a busy winter for young jockey OISIN MURPHY, whose stint in Hong Kong was followed by two big handicap wins at Newcastle last week. He got Suzi’s Connoisseur home in a £50,000 contest before steering the rejuvenated Hamelin to success over a mile and a half on Friday.
Winter Derby Trial winner DECORATED KNIGHT may miss the Group Three showcase on 25th February to race in Dubai's valuable Jebel Hatta.
Reigning champion jockey LUKE MORRIS has been in good form since the turn of the year and refuses to concede his title to run-away leader Adam Kirby, who began the week 21 clear of his Newmarket based rival.
Teenager LEWIS EDMUNDS is living the dream after making a remarkable start to his fledgling career as a Flat jockey.
The powerful Godolphin operation, owned by Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed, has been in dominant form in this winter’s Fast Track Qualifiers with five wins already, and the latest, ANTIQUARIUM, could be all the rage for the two-mile Marathon Final come Good Friday.
He only trains a few cheap horses, but Thirsk based MICHAEL HERRINGTON is dreaming of the big time after springing a fairytale result in last week’s big race at Newcastle – a qualifier for the £150,000 Sprint Final on All-Weather Championships Day at Lingfield Park on Good Friday
The new £12 million Tapeta racetrack at NEWCASTLE, which opened in May last year, stages its third and final Fast Track Qualifier of the season on Thursday when a high class field prepares to go to post in pursuit of a guaranteed place in Good Friday’s Sprint Final.