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Hot To Trot: Venetia back among the winners


John Ingles flags up three trainers who are in good form at present and picks out some interesting horses that may run for them in the next few days.

Jumps trainer: Venetia Williams

Over the three months between December and February, Venetia Williams’ stable sent only eleven winners in an unusually quiet spell. However, the yard has hit form in no uncertain terms of late. Doubles at Ludlow and Wincanton (where both winners were ridden by the stable’s 7lb-claiming amateur Mr Hugh Nugent) last Monday were quickly followed by a treble at Williams’ local track Hereford the next day to make a total of seven wins over the two days. Charlie Deutsch was in the saddle for the five winners at Ludlow and Hereford. The Grand National-winning trainer is yet to win the Scottish version but has three entries at Ayr next Saturday, including Yala Enki who gave the stable its biggest win of the season in the Grand National Trial at Haydock. Closer to hand, one of those Scottish National entries Pressurize is engaged at Ffos Las on Sunday in a less competitive race than those he’s been contesting of late. The Mon Mome colours of Vida Bingham could be carried to success in a handicap chase at Plumpton on Monday by Achille who looks potentially well treated after returning to form when second at Wincanton last month. Cepage signalled the stable had turned a corner when winning at Kempton last time and he could bid to follow up in the Silver Trophy Chase at Cheltenham on Wednesday.


Flat trainer: Simon Crisford

Simon Crisford is yet to have a runner on turf this year but if the stable’s current form on the all-weather is anything to go by, the yard is in for a good start to the Flat season proper. While there’s only been one winner for the stable so far in April, no fewer than six of the stable’s ten runners this month have finished second – a better representation of the sort of form the stable’s in, if rather a frustrating sequence of results. Either of the Sheikh Mohammed Obaid pair Global Conqueror or Regal Director could bid to get the yard’s turf campaign off to a winning start in the ten-furlong novice event at Windsor on Monday. Dante entry Global Conqueror showed the better form of the pair at two, though he’s also entered in a handicap at the Craven meeting on Wednesday. Regal Director has a bit more to find but takes the eye on pedigree, by Derby winner New Approach out of a half-sister to Dubawi, and he holds a Derby entry himself. Elsewhere, both of Shrewd Approach’s wins last season came in the mud, so she shouldn’t be inconvenienced by testing conditions if reappearing in a seven-furlong handicap at Beverley on Wednesday, while she has an alternative engagement at Newcastle on Thursday.


Under the radar: Lucinda Russell

Around this time last year Hot to Trot flagged up the good form of Lucinda Russell’s yard ahead of the Grand National which she went on to win with One For Arthur. While the stable’s star has been on the sidelines this season, it’s worth noting that Russell has hit a good spell of form again this April. 5 lb conditional rider Blair Campbell has been getting plenty of opportunities recently and took advantage when successful on Haul Us In and Kelpies Myth who were successful at Kelso and Carlisle respectively last weekend. The mare Haul Us In is in terrific form, and having completed a hat-trick last time, could bid for a four-timer back at Kelso on Monday, though stablemates Jump For Dough and Behindthelines (also in a novice handicap on the same card) are also entered and are others who have been running well. Among other possible runners for the stable on Kelso’s card is Chanceiton in the hunter chase. He hasn’t shown much under Rules to date but has been in good heart in points more recently, winning twice this season under Cameron Wadge, and it will be interesting to see how he fares under his regular rider on his steeplechase debut. Finally, useful novice chaser Big River is one to look out for at Ayr’s big meeting next weekend – he currently holds a Scottish National entry, but there’s also a novice handicap for him on the same card.







1st Harry Skelton silk 1. ANYTIME WILL DO (IRE) 7/24.5
2nd Wayne Hutchinson silk 3 5. NEWTOWN BOY (IRE) 11/102.1f
3rd Richard Johnson silk 3. COLONEL CUSTARD (IRE) 6/17
T: Dan Skelton  
10 ran. NRs: 10  12  6 


1st Fran Berry silk 1. SPIRITUAL MAN (IRE) 8/19
2nd Kieran O'Neill silk 2 11. BOOKMAKER 20/121
3rd Tom Marquand silk ns 2. CARVELAS (IRE) 7/18
J: Fran Berry  
13 ran. NRs: 5 


1st Alan Johns silk 6. BENNACHIE (IRE) 2/13f
2nd Jack Quinlan silk 1 3. BALLY LAGAN (IRE) 16/117
3rd Nick Scholfield silk 1. REDMOND (IRE) 5/16
J: Alan Johns  
T: Tim Vaughan  
All 10 ran.


1st James Doyle silk 2. EMBLAZONED (IRE) 30/1001.3f
2nd Josephine Gordon silk ns 4. GEORGIAN MANOR (IRE) 8/19
3rd John Fahy silk 4 10. YOUR CHOICE 14/115
J: James Doyle  
T: John Gosden  
All 10 ran.


1st Mr P. W. Mullins silk 1. COLREEVY (IRE) 7/42.75f
2nd Ms Lisa O'Neill silk 14. BLACK TEARS 9/110
3rd Miss N. Carberry silk 5 13. TINTANGLE (IRE) 11/43.75
15 ran. NRs: 4 


1st Ben Poste silk 16. HOLLOW PARK (IRE) 9/110
2nd Richard Johnson silk ½ 10. ANNDARROW (IRE) 9/25.5f
3rd Mr Rex Dingle silk 9. RIVER DUN 14/115
4th Philip Donovan silk 10 6. TIR DUBH (IRE) 12/113
J: Ben Poste  
T: Katy Price  
16 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Adam Kirby silk 5. UNFORGIVING MINUTE 6/17
2nd Oisin Murphy silk hd 3. FIRST SELECTION (SPA) 8/19
3rd Robert Winston silk hd 8. BREDEN (IRE) 12/113
J: Adam Kirby  
T: John Butler  
All 11 ran.


1st Miss Page Fuller silk 17. ICE TRES 7/18
2nd Bryony Frost silk 1 15. BEE AN ARISTOCRAT (IRE) 16/117
3rd Robert Williams silk 6 7. BORAK (IRE) 20/121
4th James Davies silk 9. JACKTHEJOURNEYMAN (IRE) 14/115
J: Miss Page Fuller (5)  
T: Chris Down  
16 ran. NRs: 13 


1st P. Townend silk 15. PATRICKS PARK (IRE) 11/26.5
2nd Philip Enright silk nk 16. BLAST OF KOEMAN (IRE) 6/17
3rd M. P. Walsh silk 8 13. OSCAR KNIGHT (IRE) 7/18
4th D. J. Mullins silk 12 6. POLIDAM (FR) 12/113
J: P. Townend  
All 18 ran.
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