Chookie Royale, a fifteen times winner on the flat, finished third on his jumping debut at Sedgefield today. Demonstrating the versatility of his sire Monsieur Bond, he ran a very promising race over timber for trainer Keith Dalgleish.
Magnetism picked up the first prize of £78,000 at Happy Valley in Hong Kong as the son of Monsieur Bond won the Stirling Handicap over an extended mile for trainer DE Ferraris. His fifth victory took his career prize money to just short of £300,000.
bay mare (2009) by Elusive Quality out of Show Me The Stage
A dual winner trained by Richard Fahey, Elusive Sue won at Carlisle and Haydock. She has an American pedigree and is the dam of Sir Reginald Brown (by Archipenko).
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Dangerous Ends was a winner for Monsieur Bond this evening at Chelmsford City. Dangerous Ends was bred by Cockerill Farms at Dunnington, York and was recording his fourth career success.
Monsieur Jimmy took the sunbets.co.uk Handicap at Southwell this afternoon for trainer Declan Carroll and jockey Ger O’Neill. The son of Monsieur Bond was winning for the fifth time in his career, and for the first time over a mile.
The same card also saw Monsieur Bond’s Crosse fire finish third and Milk It Mick two year old filly Optimickstickhill finish fourth.
A Sure Welcome, by Pastoral Pursuits, was first past the post at Wolverhampton this evening for trainer John Spearing and jockey Liam Keniry. At Doncaster Perfect Pasture followed up his double by adding black type when runner up in the Listed Wentworth Stakes for trainer Mick Easterby.