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Hi everyone,

This week's Wrap Cleeve Wrap is back to give you some great racing stories from the past week... all in one place.

This week is more about jockeys than horses as we have had two high profile milestones set by Hollie Doyle and PJ McDonald, whilst two of the established stars of the jumps weighing room have decided to hang up their boots for the last time.

So sit back and enjoy with a glass of something nice!

Stay safe and well
The team at Cleeve


Appleby confident on Pinatubo...

Pinatubo reverts to seven furlongs for the first time since capturing the Dewhurst at Newmarket last October.  He bids to open his account for the current campaign in the Group One Prix Jean Part at Deauville, it's live on Sky at 3.35

 

Gosden's reaction to the Eclipse...

A third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe win remains Enable's ultimate target and she satisfied her trainer when second to Charlie Appleby’s star Ghaiyyath in a high-quality Eclipse over a trip which was a bit short of her optimum.

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A very odd Derby...

With 25/1, 50/1 and 66/1 'rags' filling the frame, this year's Derby result had a very strange look to it. Read what the trainers and jockeys of the beaten horses had to say after the premier Classic at Epsom last Saturday.

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Our first milestone ...

A delighted PJ McDonald rode the 1,000th winner of his versatile career in Britain when Zabeel Champion struck for trainer Mark Johnston at Newmarket on Friday.

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And another one ...

Fresh from a first Royal Ascot win last month, Hollie Doyle rode her first Group winner when Ed Vaughan’s charge Dame Malliot who had made good progress last season stormed away with the Princess of Wales Stakes at Newmarket.

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A star of the jumps scene unsaddles for the last time...

One of the elder statesmen of Jumps weighing room announced he is stepping down from the saddle. He had possibly his best ever Cheltenham Festival last year in the green and gold of long-time friend JP McManus.

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And so does another...

Lizzie Kelly also announced her retirement from the saddle. Kelly made turf history by being the first woman to win a Grade One race over jumps on Tea For Two in the Kauto Star Novices’ Chase at Kempton in 2015.

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