Day: June 9, 2018

D’Bai shoots into Ascot frame

D’Bai could drop back in trip for a crack at the Diamond Jubilee Stakes after he came out on top in a three-way finish to the Betway John of Gaunt Stakes at Haydock. Trained by Charlie Appleby for Godolphin, D’Bai was the second string for Sheikh Mohammed’s Derby-winning operation with Charlie Hills’ Dutch Connection sent […]

Jungle lands Trophy for Channon

Jungle Inthebungle upheld family honour as he took top honours in the Trucking By Brian Yeardley Two Year Old Trophy Conditions Stakes at Beverley. Mick Channon’s colt is a son of Bungle Inthejungle, who won this race for the same trainer back in 2012, and he emulated his sire as he turned in a game […]

Tottenham considering move for Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish

Tottenham are considering a move for Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish, according to Sky sources. The midfielder was not among Spurs’ original list of transfer targets but has emerged as a potential signing due to Villa’s financial difficulties. Villa have avoided a HMRC winding-up order but still face significant outlay in the coming months and are […]

Calyx impresses on debut at Newmarket

John Gosden looks to have unearthed another smart prospect in the shape of Calyx, who gave Kingman his first winner as a sire when landing the AFT Fluorotec EBF Novice Stakes at Newmarket. Settled just off the early pace in the six-furlong event, the 5-2 favourite picked up well when sent on by Robert Havlin […]

Caspian Prince up for the Cup at Musselburgh

Veteran performer Caspian Prince defied top weight to run out a clear-cut winner of the Edinburgh Gin’s Scottish Sprint Cup at Musselburgh. Now a nine-year-old, Caspian Prince is with his eighth trainer in Mick Appleby and had not struck gold in three starts for that handler so far. He finished down the field in the […]