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Nottingham victory for Argent Knight

ARGENT Knight made a winning start to 2013 when taking a 1m6f handicap at Nottingham on Friday evening. The son of Sir Percy, owned by Dr Jim Walker, was making his handicap debut having shown promise in maidens last season. He was up in trip and this worked the oracle and he won in decent [...]

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Three runners at Nottingham on Friday

CRAVE, Argent Knight and Ashdown Lad are all set to represent Phantom House Stables at Nottingham tomorrow. Crave, a daughter of Sakhee’s Secret, will make her debut in the mile fillies’ maiden. (5.40) William said: “Crave is a filly I have always liked. She was all set to be one of my first two-year-old runners [...]

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Three runners at Nottingham on Friday

CRAVE, Argent Knight and Ashdown Lad are all set to represent Phantom House Stables at Nottingham tomorrow. Crave, a daughter of Sakhee’s Secret, will make her debut in the mile fillies’ maiden. (5.40) William said: “Crave is a filly I have always liked. She was all set to be one of my first two-year-old runners [...]

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Carazam in smooth Sandown success

CARAZAM showed his class when winning the famous Flat Jockeys versus Jump Jockeys handicap at Sandown this afternoon. The son of Azamour, who carries the colours of Dr Jim Walker, was given a patient ride by Dane O’Neill, who settled his mount at the rear of the field during the early stages. The field were [...]

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Embankment lines up at Sandown

EMBANKMENT will make his seasonal reappearance in a mile handicap at Sandown on Saturday. The son of Zamindar won on his debut for the stable at Kempton in December before putting up a below-par performance on his final start of 2012. William is hoping to put a line through that last effort and has been [...]

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El Massivo lines up at Windsor

EL Massivo will bid for a second career success when he lines up in a 1m4f handicap at Windsor this evening. The son of Authorized won his maiden at Lingfield in March before finishing a close-up fourth in a competitive handicap at the same track. He is sure to be suited by the switch to [...]

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Come on Spring

YOU could be forgiven for thinking that it was February here in Newmarket. The daffodils are reluctant to flower and the spring blossoms are hardly in bloom. This is hardly surprising, as temperatures have reached as low as -7 in recent nights and it doesn’t feel much warmer in the daytime as the east wind [...]

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