Monsieur Bond, who recorded a double on Saturday, saw another of his offspring in the winner’s enclosure this evening at Windsor when Dangerous Ends scored for trained Brett Johnson. Bred just outside York by RS Cockerill Farms, Dangerous Ends was winning for the fifth time in his career.
Soie D’Leau, a son of Monsieur Bond who was bred by Maggie Lingwood of Norton Grove Stud won on his seasonal debut at Thirsk. Recording his eighth career victory he was making his debut for trainer John Quinn. There will be celebrations at Norton Grove this evening as the popular sprinter is co-owned by Tim Pople, Jessica Lingwood and Frank Harrison who is a former employee at the Stud.
At Newmarket Move In Time was another winner for Monsieur Bond. Move In Time’s dam Tibetsi earlier this year delivered a foal at Norton Grove.
Crownthorpe was a nice winner for Monsieur Bond this afternoon at Ripon. On the same card Josiebond finished third on her debut at odds of 66/1!
Sir Jamie was a winner on the track for Monsieur Bond this afternoon, whilst at the Stud more foals are arriving. A filly foal was born to Nefetari (pictured) on Monday night from Alan Brown’s.
Monsieur Bond gelding Take The Helm notched up his fifth career win today at Lingfield for trainer Brian Meehan
Also in the news was Move In Time (pictured), a son of Monsieur Bond out of Tibetsi, who was third at Newcastle, beaten by just two heads. He looks in fine form. His dam Tibetsi is currently at Norton Grove Stud looking after her recently arrived foal!
Three year old son of Monsieur Bond, Crownthorpe, was third at Naas this afternoon. Richard Fahey’s charge has started 2018 in good form and looks set to add to his winning tally before long! Broken Spear, a two year old son of Pastoral Pursuits, was second in the Brocklesby at Doncaster on Saturday.