our run of good form continued yesterday with another profitable day. We had 4 selections but had to wait until the last at Newbury to get a winner, but it was worth the wait.
None of our first 3 selections troubled the judge and we hope that Without Parole is OK as Frankie was looking down as something was amiss when easing him down at the two-furlong pole, we will report back with any news.
Finally, we had Breden in the Toronado Handicap who was dropped out the back by Robert Winston and made steady headway through the first 6 furlongs. Two furlongs out he came to challenge the leaders and got his head in front by the furlong pole and stayed on gamely to win by a neck.
We will be posting a weekly review early in the week so we will cover all the runners in that.
We move on and have a selection from Ripon today so let's get down to it...