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Horse Racing | 23rd May 2019

More wins for jockeys



MORE wins have been recorded by jockeys Dale Irving and Jamie Gormley and trainer James Ewart Racing over the past week.
Irving won by a neck when on Fisher Green for Maurice Barnes in the two-mile handicap hurdle at Perth.
He came second on Bafana Blue for Barnes in the three-mile handicap, fourth on Painters Lad in the two-mile, four-furlong handicap for Alison Hamilton and fifth on Astute Boy in the two-mile maiden hurdle for R Mick Smith.
At Hexham on Tuesday Irving was fourth on
Flying Jack for Barnes in the two-mile, four-furlong handicap chase.
This race was won by Ewart’s For Three, the 11/8 favourite, who was ridden by Brian Hughes.
Ewart and Hughes got a fourth with Sleep in First in the two-mile handicap hurdle.
Gormley has had 12 rides: five at Carlisle, three at Thirsk and four at Hamilton.
In a seven-furlong handicap at Carlisle he won by a neck on Smugglers Creek for Iain Jardine.
For the same trainer he came sixth on Five Helmets in a seven-furlong handicap and eighth on Colour Contrast, also in a seven-furlong handicap.
Riding for Tim Easterby, he came second on Arletta Star in a seven-furlong
handicap, losing by only a neck, and was again second on The Navigator for Dianne Sayer, losing by three-quarters

of a length in a one-mile handicap.
At Thirsk he came sixth on Primo’s Cornet and eighth on Burmese Blazer for Jim Goldie and fifth on Lara Silvia for Jardine.
He rode the 5/2 favourite Super Florence into fifth place for Jardine in a five-furlong handicap at Hamilton.
Riding for Lucy Normile, he was fifth on Granite City Doc, and was fourth on Scots Sonnet for Goldie.

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