“Tomorrow is another day”

Run Boy Run ran a cracker to finish second at Newmarket on Friday to round off a fantastic week for us, available at 66/1 early doors he definitely outran his odds on debut and this homebred gave us all something to shout about.

Along with Two Tribes (Sandown) and Back Tomorrow (Bath) he was our third second placing of the week and all three look exciting prospects.

Earlier on the Newmarket card Fools Gold fluffed his lines after being unusually coltish on debut. Despite this he wasn’t beaten far and we hope he will have learnt enough to show his full potential on his next start.

Suicide Blonde (Yarmouth) ran another solid race just beaten in a photo for third place and is also progressing the right way.

With four from five runners last week finishing in the money, I’m sure we will see a winner this week.

On Monday we head to Kempton with Bodygroove attempting to back up from his last start victory at Wolverhampton and Belo Horizonte running ten minutes later at Wolverhampton.

Belo is also in at Yarmouth on Wednesday along with Another Dimension and last year’s Albany third Ivory Madonna seeking her first victory heads to Kempton. Give It Up also holds an entry here and at Newmarket on Friday.

On Thursday the Racing League moves on to Windsor, with the drying ground we hope the front running The City’s Phantom (not seen out since his fantastic effort on Oaks Day) makes the team sheet. Bernardo and Pjanoo have also been entered on the same card for Team Ireland.

Saturday we will enter Roll With It back at Market Rasen, where he was victorious last time out. Pjanoo could head to Doncaster in search of a first win should he not run at Windsor.

If The City’s Phantom does not make the cut on Thursday he could head to Sandown on Sunday along with Two Tribes, whilst Sweet Harmony will be entered in the Flying Fillies Listed Stakes at Pontefract in the hope of gaining some black type.

Sending some winners magic from Es Vedra ….


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