Super Six on Saturday

Stephen Hillen Bloodstock have just enjoyed a memorable weekend with six of our purchases winning on Saturday, following up with one more on Sunday.    Nautical Haven won a two year old maiden at York for owners Sir Alex Ferguson and Jack Hanson.  Broken Stones followed up on his promising third in the Gr 2 July Stakes by winning comfortably at Newmarket for owners Matt and Lauren Morgan.  Mont Kiara won the valuable six furlong handicap at Newmarket to complete a treble on the day for Kevin Ryan.    Nautical haven

Librisa Breeze took the £95k winners prize at Ascot for owner Tony Bloom.  This was well deserved after his unlucky 2nd at Royal Ascot, having been drawn on the wrong side of the track.

Northern Thunder put up a tough performance to win at Chester for owner Mr Ahmad Al Shaikh and trainer Richard Hannon.

The final one of the day on Saturday was Clever Bob for trainer Joe Tuite at Lingfield.

Sunday’s  winner was two year old Hemingway who did it impressively for owner Angie Bailey.  This was Angie’s 2nd winner in 3 days as another two year old we purchased for her Tommy Taylor won at York on Friday evening.  Both trained by Kevin Ryan.

July Meeting Success

Swift Approval wins his 3rd race of the season, toughing it out to take the Silver Bunbury Cup at Newmarket’s July meeting.  Owned by Middleham Park and ridden by  Freddie Tylicki.

Broken Stones owned by Matt and Laruen Morgan, ran well to finish 3rd in the Group 2 July Stakes.  After winning on his only previous start at York, he looks open to further improvement.

The Grey Gatsby ran creditably to finish 2nd in the Princess of Wales’s Group 2.

The weekend was rounded off nicely with impressive 2 year old winner Syphax at Musselburgh.

 

 

Group 3 Success For Brando

Brando
Brando

Fast Improving sprinter Brando wins a Group 3 for owner Angie Bailey at Sandown on 2nd July.  Trainer Kevin Ryan reports he may head to the Nunthorpe next month.  A great result for owners Angie and Pete as they lost their star sprinter Astaire due to illness and he is sorely missed. Hopefully this horse can continue on his upward curve and give them another big day out.