Royal Rhythm gave us a late Christmas gift winning by 4½ lengths at Wetherby in the hands of Jack Hogan.
Jack stood in for Kevin Brogan who took a heavy fall earlier in the day and we wish him all the best!
Many congratulations to owner Martin Peyton.
Fortunate Man jumped nicely to win impressively at Newbury in the hands of Jonjo Jr.
Held up in midfield, they made headway 3out and led narrowly approaching the last. They kept on well and went clear run-in, winning by 9½ lengths.
Many congratulations to owner JP McManus.
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Wilful got off the mark at the second time of asking, winning the bumper nicely in the hands of Jonjo Jr.
The pair made all the running and pushed along just over three furlongs out and won going away
Many congratulations to owner Fitri Hay.
Walk Of No Shame cruised to a 5-length victory at Southwell yesterday under a confident ride by Richie McLernon.
Racing in second for the majority of the race, they increased the tempo and led two out. Three lengths aheadat the last, they ran on well to complete an impressive victory.
Many congratulations to owners Paul Taiano and Michael Nixon.
Are U Wise To That stayed on well up the Cheltenham hill to win at The Home of Jump Racing under a superb Jonjo Jr. ride.
They travelled strongly throughout and were always in touch with leaders. Prominent after the 16th obstacle, they pressed leader and taking the lead up the run-in to win in good fashion.
We are delighted once again for Michael and Jania Geoghegan, huge congratulations!
After a third and second on his first two runs, it was brilliant to see Ted's Gift get his head in front in the bumper at Ludlow under the guidance of AJ O'Neill.
Always prominent, he pushed along three furlongs out and was soon ridden into the lead, before getting into a duel in the final 110 yards but was always doing enough for the win.
We are absolutely thrilled for owner Bob Lester and it is great to see the "Iris's Gift" colours back in the winner's enclosure.
After fears that racing wouldn't go ahead to due to the cold December weather, we were thrilled to complete an across the card double at Newbury and Bangor.
Inch House and Jonjo combined to win the Sir Peter O'Sullevan Memorial Handicap Chase in impressive style. It's wonderful to win a race named in memory of an incredible man.
Many congratulations to owners Michael and Jania.
This was followed up an hour later over at Bangor on Dee where Clondaw Royale and James Smith pulled away to win a maiden hurdle by five lengths.
We are thrilled for to Eoghan, Ryder, Nick, Dan and Carl of The Iveragh Syndicate .