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June was a busy month with plenty of runners...
Tue, July 4, 2017
June was a busy month with plenty of runners including over seas in France. HIGH DRAW made the trip across the channel worth while when landing the claimer at Fontainbleau. 

We also had UNFORTUNATLEY who was second at Maison Laffite in the two year old Listed race going down by only a neck after being bumped at the start.

We enjoyed Royal Ascot as always and managed to have a runner there in the Norfolk with Havana Grey although a little disappointed in him he looked to be the wrong side.
BORN TO BE ALIVE put up a creditable effort to get off the mark on only his second ever racecourse start when winning at Ayr under Clifford Lee. He is a lovely big scopey horse who has really grown into his big frame.

RAYDIANCE was another two year old winner who relished the soft ground at Haydock to win under PJ Mcdonald. MJJACK also loves the softer going and won very easily on Heavy ground at Haydock making it a second win for him this season. He seems a horse who excels on the soft going. ELLTHEA a two year old filly by Kodiac owned by the Gittins family dominated in the maiden at Carlisle drawing nicely clear of the field, she will be looking for black type this season.

BURISHOOLE ABBEY completed a hat rick of winners for The Gittins family when digging deep to get up under a strong ride from Martin Harley in a competitive handicap at Sandown. He now heads to the July sales.

MUTAHAADY was back to winning ways upped in trip under Jordan Vaughan at Redcar in there feature race he will run again before heading to the July sales too.

PARNASSIAN just got up on the line under the drive of Ben Curtis to win the sprint handicap at Windsor having ran a very creditable second at Pontefract last time out behind Golden Appollo who followed up with a win in the class 2 sprint at York.

TAHOO got her head back in front for the first time this year after having some respectable placed efforts from a positive ride from the front by Silvestor De Sousa.