We are enjoying a very prosperous time at Beechdown, with the horses in great form.
Threat Assessed won readily on his seasonal debut at Chepstow, under John Fahy for owner Alan Craddock. Zeehan and Carpe Diem Lady also ran well to both finish second.
Monday saw an across the card treble, with Mister Sunshine winning on his second start at Brighton, ridden by Adam Kirby for owner Tony Perkins. He was followed by a double at Windsor, Fear or Favour under Adam Kirby for Alan Craddock and Youre Always Right, first time out under John Fahy for owners Paul & Clare Rooney. We were also very pleased with seconds from both Silken Skies and Barroche.
Wednesday brought us a double with Inclination winning at Bath, under Ryan Tate for owner James Egan, followed by Cape Icon at Kempton, under Adam Kirby following an absence of over 700 days for owners Mondial Racing & Rob Haim.
Seeking Magic finished first past the post at Goodwood, but was sadly demoted to third following a stewards enquiry. Chelsea's Boy also finished a pleasing second and Carpe Diem ran very well to finish third behind two very exciting fillies, both ridden by John Fahy for owners Dave & Angela Dawes.
The week was topped off on Saturday by Profitable winning the Group 2 Temple Stakes at Haydock, beating Mecca's Angel by a neck under an excellent ride from Adam Kirby for owner Alan Spence.