Sky Khan ran a much better race at Worcester to be third. Having had a great season last year he has taken time to find his true form this time, and was not helped by a fall a few runs ago. However, having schooled over our brush hurdles the Worcester brush hurdles helped his jumping and he stayed on really well after the last to snatch third. He may be stepped up to three miles at Perth next time, and is one to follow.
At home the tempo of work has been stepped up and we have a bunch doing their first bit of fast work tomorrow. Back in work are Tantamount, Maraweh, Gaye Flier, The Compellor, Deepsand, Present Flight, Where's Tiger, Highland Hunter, Rubydoobs, Dancing Amy, and the new filly related to Dunguib, 'Lou'. She is pictured in the yard about to head out with Present Flight.
We have also started schooling the pre trainers, and have had some good progress from Make It Happen and Ceegem.
This Sunday we have the Tay Valley Chasers yard visit at Kilduff. If you would like to be involved with this forward thinking and successful club please contact George Godsman and come along.