Kibaar, trained by Ruth Carr and ridden by James Sullivan, was a Pastoral Pursuits sired winner at Newcastle this evening, taking the Baxi 600 Combi Handicap.
Pastoral Pursuits has had three winners from his last four runners!
Dark Defender, a five year old trained by Keith Dalgleish, was a winner of the opener at Hamilton this afternoon.
Roy’s Dream, a filly by Norton Grove Stud’s Monsieur Bond, was a winner at Leicester this afternoon. She was also foaled at Norton Grove, her dam being Velvet Jaguar.
Pastoral Pursuits was also amongst the winners as Racquet was a winner for Ruth Carr at Thirsk.
Pursuing Steed, trained by Hughie Morrison, was a winner for Pastoral Pursuits at Doncaster this afternoon. He was securing his fifth career win.
At Chepstow Field Of Vision was also a winner for Pastoral Pursuits, whilst Gloweth and East Street Revue both finished runners up at Chepstow and Doncaster respectively.
Sweet Pursuit made it a hat-trick of wins this afternoon at Ffos Las. Rod Millman’s Pastoral Pursuits filly was recording her fifth career success. Yesterday Kibaar, also by Pastoral Pursuits, finished second at Ayr.
Pastoral Player, trained by Hughie Morrison, was the winner of the Bombardier Brighton Mile Challenge Trophy Handicap at Brighton this afternoon. The 11 year old was securing his ninth career win, picking up first prize of over £12,000. At Pontefract Classic Pursuit was a winner yet again for Mick Appleby to complete an excellent day for the Norton Grove stallion.
Broken Spear won at Thirsk this afternoon to give Norton Grove’s Pastoral Pursuits another winner. Four of the last six runners sired by Pastoral Pursuits have now won! Congratulations to trainer Tony Coyle and connections on Broken Spear’s victory.
Classic Pursuit provided yet another winner this afternoon for Pastoral Pursuits. Mick Appleby’s gelding won the myracing.com Free Tips This Evening Handicap at Nottingham to make it two wins in a week.
Evening racing saw another Pastoral Pursuits winner as Sweet Pursuit won at Ffos Las for trainer Rod Millman.
Both horses were winning their second consecutive races!