Unfortunately, due to computer problems and internet connection problems I apologize for not keeping up to date with the news!
Since our last update at the end of June we had 7 winners and July started well with our first 2-year-old winner Burning Cash sluicing up in his maiden under Martin Harley down at Chepstow. He blew the field apart to win by 7 lengths and it was a very impressive performance from him, and he is an extremely exciting horse to follow in the future.
Our next winner came at Ayr with Pavers pride who had been the bridesmaid on both previous starts made all under Graham Lee and never looked like getting beat to win by 1 ¾ lengths. He deserved this success and it was great to see him get his head in front.
Indian sounds headed back down to Bath after his previous success there in June and he made the journey worth while again running on well in the last furlong under Dougie Costello to win by 2 ½ lengths.
Longroom gave us his second win of the year in July at Catterick, ridden by Joe fanning he finished strongly to beat stable companion militia by 2 ¼ lengths.
It was a memorable day on the 18th July when we had an across the card double. Our first win of the day came from 2 yr old JR Cavagin at York, ridden by Graham Lee he kept on gamely and held on to win by a neck from the favourite. Its always special to have a winner at York especially with a 2-year-old and he is a lovely horse that we think a lot of and are looking forward to his progress.
Later that day it was Gamesome turn to fly the flag for team midgley down at Haydock. He made it an overly exciting finish just getting through under young Cian McRedmond to get up on the line by a neck!
Pontefract was the next July winner for us were Saluti under Graham Lee took the spoils just hanging on to win by a head. The following day we were local again at Beverley and Nibras Again took us into the winner’s enclosure with Danny Tudhope aboard winning an incredibly special race for us, The jamie Kerr memorial race. Jamie was a great friend of ours and she sadly passed away far too young from kidney failure, so we were absolutely over the moon to win this race in her memory. By the end of July Militia finally got his head in front up at Musselburgh and won cosily for Graham Lee. He deserved to win as since we had him, he had never been out of the placings.