“Turn Your Magic On … “

… Everything you want’s a dream away.

Apologies for the delay in this week’s blog …. Glastonbury recovery taking place – What a few days!

Five runners from Sefton Lodge last week and whilst unfortunately no winner all of them finished in the money. A couple of second places and a third spot for debutant home bred Little Lies being the highlight.

This week we head to Haydock on Thursday with Lucky Man and George Wood in the plate. After a glittering 3-year-old career this fella lost his way last year and appears to have shown some signs of his old ability and I hope he could go close. Later on, Aidan Andabettin heads to Kempton under Rob Hornby – already a course and distance winner he is also expected to put up a bold show.

On Friday we’re back at Haydock with Pjanoo – back in trip and down in class, whilst holding a ballot mark, I really do hope he gets a run.

Saturday we’re still at Haydock with Fool’s Gold (Oisin Murphy) making his long-awaited return. Off the track for 295 days and not seen since picking up a slight injury when last seen in the Flying Childers I’m looking forward to seeing this guy back to full fitness. Sex On Fire then makes his handicap debut under top weight and ridden by Jason Hart. Run Boy Run who finished second last time at this course then closes the card for us, this time over an extra furlong.

On Sunday we’re all off for a day in Deauville (fantastic place) with Naomi Lapaglia in the Listed Prix Goldikova. Already Listed placed she bids to go a couple of spots better on her seasonal debut.

Elsewhere George Boughey’s excellent run of form continues sending out two winners and a second from just the three runners. First up was Composite at Newmarket on Thursday who led from pillar to post under a dominant ride from Pat Cosgrave. Less than hour later Good Good Good kept her 100% record and made it an across the card double at odds of 1/66! Warrior’s Dance then followed up with a progressive second at Chester on Saturday under Grace McEntee.

Roll With It then gave us our first winner with Peter and Micky Bowen at Cartmel under an excellent ride from Sean Bowen.

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