Star performances Foolin Myself, who won by seven lengths and could have won by a dozen in the feature race on the card, and Mark Tompkins, who completed a double Quote
of the day "The boy can ride" - Tompkins, talking about Ashley Morgan, his stylish apprentice, who rewarded his boss by riding two winners for him There was a big eyecatcher in the opening maiden.
Star performance Another fantastic day for Godolphin whose horses are in irresistable form, while Hughie Morrison also rowed in with a double Quote
of the day "She was going to run in the Super Sprint but I forgot to enter her
Star performance Trainer Michael Dods, owner Kevin Kirkup and rider Phillip Makin teamed up for a 35-1 double Quote
of the day "The ground must be beautiful for her to win, she loves soft ground" - Brian Ellison, after Keisha Kayleigh took the seller Who showed promise in the 1m handicap and looks one to be with on a slower surface?
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