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Another win for Roman Spinner

Roman Spinner got her 2nd win on the all-weather at Kempton yesterday with an impressive run from a wide draw. Running in the 7f Nursery Handicap (4:40), she quickened over a  furlong out and had the job done well before the post. This genuine little filly puts her all into her races in workmanlike fashion.

Congratulations to The Reprobates Too who have had fun with the three fillies in this syndicate that Rae set up at the beginning of the year.

 

Berryessa back to form

Berryessa was back on form on Saturday winning the Betway Casino Handicap Stakes at Wolverhampton. She bravely found her way through to the front and ran on nicely to win her first handicap. 

Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Perry Martin in the US who own this filly with Rae. She may not be California Chrome but they follow her just as closely and enthusiastically! 

 

Hat-trick for Lady of the Lamp

Three for three at Newcastle as LADY OF THE LAMP won again last night. Luke Morris, who rode the filly to her first victory, was back on board. She obviously likes this track and put in another nice performance. 

Congratulations to owner/breeders Mrs Sonia Rogers and Mr Anthony Rogers from Airlie Stud. This is the first horse they have had trained by Rae and we look forward to a continued and fruitful relationship with them.

The Nightingale sings again

LADY OF THE LAMP got her second win yesterday at Newcastle in the Betway Sprint Apprentice Handicap with Sebastian Woods on board. He got her in a nice position early on, waiting until the final furlong to shake her up. The filly responded promptly, gaining ground and continuing strongly to the post. Sebastian, a former employee of Rae's, gave her a very professional ride and we are delighted to see him get another win (no. 7); his first on the all-weather.

Congratulations again to owner/breeders Mrs Sonia Roger and Mr Anthony Rogers of Airlie Stud for their homebred filly's second success.

A winning partnership

Silvestre de Sousa made it 3 out of 3 and cemented his partnership with Salt Whistle Bay at Nottingham yesterday in the Class 4 1m+ Handicap.

Having manoeuvred the colt into an early lead on the rail the horse defended his position well, digging deep to fend off the runner-up in a really good battle to the finish. Congratulations to Mr & Mrs John Worboys who jointly own this improving colt with Rae.