Monday, we start at Roscommon. Helvic Dream made it two wins on the bounce at Roscommon bolting up by four and a half lengths. It was good news for our members Helvic Dream was advised to our members (2.5pts win) at 2/1. There was a double for Colin Keane with Liars Corner and Mean Fomhair who won with any amount in hand the form of that Galway race is really working out well. At Chepstow, there was a double for Oisin Murphy with Freckles and Band Practice. At Brighton, there was a double for Hollie Doyle with Pour La Victoire and Hassaad. At Windsor, there was a double for Andrew Balding with Riverfront and Chil Chil. There was also a double for Cieren Fallon with Harry Hurricane and Culture. At Hexham, Tokarmore, took the feature race for Iain Jardine.
Tuesday, we start at Catterick there were doubles for David O'Meara and Danny Tudhope with Morning Duel and Gylo. It was a fourth win of the season for Rux Ruxx. It was also good news for our members. Rux Ruxx was advised to our members (2.5pts win) at 2/1. At Goodwood, there was a fourth win of the season for Rose Hip under jockey Tom Marquand. At Salisbury, the feature race went to Emaraaty Ana took the feature race for Kevin Ryan. At Kempton, Mubbaker was on target for Sir Michael Stoute winning by eight lengths.
Wednesday, we start at Gowran there was a treble for Johnny Murtagh with Luminent, Festina Plente, and Finding Nero. There was another winner for our friends at Hilltop Racing as Never Rains won the claimer. The lads are on a great run well done to all. At Southwell, over the jumps, Our Reward took the feature race for Jaime Snowden. At Uttoxeter, Lovato took the feature race for Dr. Richard Newland and Brian Hughes. At Bath, there was a double for Tom Marquand with About Glory and Irene May. At Chelmsford, there was a treble for Oisin Murphy with Furious, Fair Power and Desert Fire. The meeting at Hamilton was abandoned.
Thursday, we start at Sedgefield. There was a double for Brian Hughes with Bannixtown Glory and Lucky Robin. At Haydock, there was a double for John Gosden with Illuminied and Arabist. There was also a double for Tom Dascombe with Epaulament and Panic Room. At Salisbury, there was a double for Oisin Murphy with Belated Breath and Starfighter. At Lingfield, the feature race went to Nearooz for Roger Varian. At Chelmsford, Battle Of Paradise was on target for Sir Mark Prescott. At Clonmel, there was a double for Gavin Cromwell with Peaches And Cream and Top of The Charts.
Friday, we start at Kilbeggan. There was a double for Darragh O'Keeffe with Lessofdenegativity and Mon Storm. The feature race went to Freewheelin Dylan, reversing the form of last year with Full Cry who placed advised to our members 1pt each-way 11/2. At Newcastle, there was a double for Hollie Doyle with Gallaside and Skerryvore. At Haydock, there was a double for Gerald Mosse with Alaadel and Came From The Dark. At Ascot, there was a vintage Jamie Spencer ride to win on board Bless Him. To be honest it one of my racing ambitions to try and get Jamie Spencer to ride Mokhalad or Trading Point. I reckon Spencer would be lethal on both of them given the right race pace and circumstances. At Musselburgh, there was a double with Glengarry and Iron Mike. There was a winner for Sean Davis with Yoshimi. At Kempton, Kheros bolted up for Archie Watson. There was a double for Sir Mark Prescott with Land Of Oz and Alma Linda.
Saturday, we start at Haydock. Pyledriver could test his powers at Group One level at Doncaster next month after claiming his second victory from three starts in the Ascendant Stakes for William Muir. Great Scot led his rivals a merry dance in the Bet In Play On The Betfair Exchange Superior Mile for Tom Dascombe. Hello Youmzain continued the trend of the Classic generation winning Group One sprints this season with a clear-cut success in the Betfair Sprint Cup. It was good news for our members. Hello Youmzain was advised to our members (1pt each way) at 13/2. At Ascot, Salute The Soldier made most of the running and just prevailed from course specialist Ripp Orf and top weight Tabarrak in the Cunard Handicap.
At Kempton, Royal Line got his career back on track when giving trainer John Gosden back-to-back victories in the September Stakes. Hector Crouch was all smiles after celebrating the first Pattern race victory of his career aboard Streamline in the Sirenia Stakes. At Thirsk, Excellent Times was impressive for Tim Easterby. At Stratford, there was a double for Nigel Twiston- Davies with Ballyellis and Topofthecotswolds. At Wolverhampton, Love Dreams took the claimer for Mark Johnston. At Navan, there was a double for Colin Keane with Layfayette and Accountability. There were first career wins as jockeys for Mikey Sheehy and Siobhan Rutledge. At Wexford , there was a double for jockey Simo Torrens with Shes Flat To The Mat and Captain Cobajay who formed part of a double for Dusty Sheehy completed by Rudy Catrail.
Dusty Sheehy said: "It was great to see Michael having his first winner above in Navan; he is 16, is light and I'd say he'll go well at it. He has 190 pony winners ridden and is apprenticed to Joseph O'Brien."It's been a nice day for Michael and myself and it's nice to get back into the winner's enclosure and especially with a double."Getting horses is everything and I've only a handful of horses but have a couple of nice young horses to run.
Sunday, we start at Listowel for the harvest festival. There was a double for Willie Mullins with Zola and Wicklow Brave. At Fontwell, Chapmanshype took the feature race for Jamie Snowden. At York, Michael Dods was quick to rule out the Ayr Gold Cup for Dakota Gold following his maiden Listed-race victory at in the LNER Supporting CALM Garrowby Stakes. The finale went to Irish raider Shamad, it was good news for our members. Shamad was advised to our members (1pt each way) at 9/2. Circus Maximus narrowly denied Romanised a big French double in a thrilling outcome to the Prix du Moulin at ParisLongchamp – a result that is set to be appealed by connections of the runner-up.