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.