Princes Des Sables made it three wins in a row for sire Monsieur Bond. Kevin Ryan’s filly won in Class 2 company at Hamilton to defy a rising handicap mark. Earlier in the week Mable Lee, daughter of Norton Grove based Mexican Milly. was runner up at Catterick and she looks a sure winner again soon.
Rene Mathis was a winner for Monsieur Bond at Wolverhampton this evening. Richard Fahey’s eight year old won the sportnation.net Claiming Stakes for owner Marwan Koukash.
The remarkable Yes You (pictured) defied another rise in the weights by winning again at Thirsk this afternoon. The daughter of Norton Grove based Mexican Milly was winning for the seventh time in her career.
Norton Grove foaled Our Little Pony was also a winner today at Thirsk. The daughter of Cracking Lass won the closing five furlong handicap.
Kevin Ryan’s Princes Des Sables was a winner at Hamilton this afternoon for Norton Grove’s Monsieur Bond. She was winning her second race in a row after scoring at the same track earlier in August.
Another daughter of Monsieur Bond, Lotara, was also back to winning ways at Hamilton for Jim Goldie.
Brian Ellison’s Monsieur Jimmy was a winner this afternoon at Carlisle. The son of Monsieur Bond won for amateur rider Becky Smith and owner Zoe Hatcher. Billy Bond, also by Monsieur Bond, was second.
At Musselburgh is was Pavers Pride (pictured), a daughter of Norton Grove Stud based Pride of Kinloch, who was also a winner.
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.