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My Timeform: Eye-catchers from Bath, Kempton and Musselburgh


John Ingles picks out three horses that caught the eye on the Flat over the Easter weekend.

El Vip – Bath, Friday 14th April

Luca Cumani only had his first few runners of the year earlier in the week and El Vip went close to getting the stable off the mark for the season in Bath’s valuable mile handicap on Good Friday. El Vip was making his first start since October and in the circumstances, against some race-fit rivals, made a really promising start to his four-year-old campaign to be beaten around a length into third behind the Lincoln runner-up Oh This Is Us. El Vip wasn’t the best away after an awkward start, but was soon going freely in a prominent position, took the lead briefly over a furlong out and kept on once the winner headed him. This was a strong race for the track, run at a good pace, and El Vip is sure to be better for the outing. By Pivotal out of the smart German mare Elle Danzig who has already bred a number of at least useful winners, El Vip is open to improvement after having just four starts last year, winning a maiden at Doncaster on his debut over a mile and a quarter and ending the year beating older horses in a mile handicap at Leicester. Luca Cumani


Higher Power – Kempton, Saturday 15th April

The Queen’s Prize used to have a higher profile on Kempton’s Easter Saturday card, and while it’s now run as the last race, this year’s renewal of the two-mile contest looks a strong event of its type with more than one possible candidate for inclusion here. However, it was a steadily-run contest playing into the hands of winner Blakeney Point who was able to dictate before quickening clear in the straight to win unchallenged. Among those seen to less advantage was runner-up, and top weight, Higher Power, who was waited with and then unable to quicken when shaken up in the straight but stuck to his task to be beaten a length and a quarter behind the winner. Making his first start of the year, Higher Power had progressed well in handicaps as a four-year-old last season, gradually stepping up in trip, and gaining both his wins at Kempton, including on his final start over two miles. A type that his trainer James Fanshawe does well with, Higher Power has further progress to make and, having run well off a BHA mark of 100 on Saturday, could be up to making his mark outside handicap company – he’s already been given a Yorkshire Cup entry. James Fanshawe


The Tartan Spartan – Musselburgh, Saturday 15th April

Musselburgh staged the first running of the Queen’s Cup on its Easter Saturday card which attracted a useful field of handicappers for the valuable mile and three-quarter contest. Victory went to Irish raider Carbon Dating, but it was his stable-companion The Tartan Spartan who really caught the eye two lengths back in third. The Tartan Spartan was most unlucky not to finish closer still in what proved a messy contest, being short of room on the inner in the straight until over a furlong out and keeping on well once in the clear to finish with running left whilst his stable-companion enjoyed a trouble-free run. Although trained in Kilkenny by Pat Shanahan, The Tartan Spartan has done all his racing to date in Britain and was highly tried in a light campaign last year after winning a maiden in heavy ground on his debut at Thirsk, even contesting the St Leger later in the year. Saturday’s race suggests he’s currently well treated in handicaps, however, and he’s one to be interested in next time. John Patrick Shanahan




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Thursday 21 September
B. A. Curtis silk B. A. Curtis
David Barron
5. TIRANIA 114p
Pat Dobbs silk Pat Dobbs horse in focus sectional
William Haggas hot trainer
Phillip Makin silk Phillip Makin
Robert Cowell
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7:00 KELSO

1st Richard Johnson silk 2. EY UP ROCKY 5/16
2nd Brian Hughes silk hd 3. SENOR LOMBARDY (IRE) 1/31.33f
All 6 ran.

6:30 KELSO

1st Callum Bewley silk 1. MIRSAALE 3/14
2nd Robert Hogg silk 2. BEENO (IRE) 7/24.5
J: Callum Bewley (3)  
All 5 ran.


1st Oisin James Orr silk 11. TUDOR CITY (IRE) 11/43.75f
2nd C. T. Keane silk 8. WORLD WAR (IRE) 7/18
3rd K. J. Manning silk 2. PANSTARR 5/16
J: Oisin James Orr (5)  
12 ran. NRs: 1  12  15 

6:00 KELSO

1st Thomas Dowson silk 7. SUDSKI STAR (IRE) 13/27.5
2nd Brian Hughes silk 8 5. MARTILOO (FR) 5/23.5f
3rd Dale Irving silk 6. INDIAN VOYAGE (IRE) 7/18
J: Thomas Dowson (5)  
All 8 ran.


1st Andrea Atzeni silk 3. EQUITATION 3/14f
2nd Fran Berry silk ¾ 1. STANHOPE 5/16
3rd Silvestre De Sousa silk 1 2. ROSE BERRY 12/113
T: Roger Varian  
All 8 ran.


1st Shane Foley silk 3. NEARLY FAMOUS 5/23.5f
2nd G. P. Halpin silk 7 4. LOST HISTORY (IRE) 5/16
3rd Ross Coakley silk 5. NEW STORY 9/25.5
J: Shane Foley  
11 ran. NRs: 1  12  13 


1st Jack Osborn silk 5. BROUGHTONS STORY 6/17
2nd Callum Rodriguez silk nk 7. KULGRI 8/19
3rd William Cox silk 1. CATASTROPHE 5/16
J: Jack Osborn (5)  
9 ran. NRs: 3 

5:30 KELSO

1st Brian Hughes silk 16. ENDEAVOR 14/115
2nd Derek Fox silk 2 5. MAKE IT HAPPEN (IRE) 16/117
3rd Sean Quinlan silk 7. SNOWED IN (IRE) 10/111
4th Mr D. Delahunt silk nk 2. ROMULUS DU DONJON (IRE) 25/126
J: Brian Hughes  
T: Dianne Sayer  
All 16 ran.


1st Jamie Spencer silk 4. EQUIMOU 12/113
2nd Andrea Atzeni silk ½ 3. JUMIRA BRIDGE 13/27.5
All 6 ran.
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