Kenobe Star did his very best at Bath yesterday and showed up for a fair way. Kenobe isn’t the fastest horse in the world but tries very hard and will hopefully find a race at some point.
Cracking racing this afternoon up and down the country, the highlight being the 2000gns at Newmarket. As mentioned on the blog a few weeks ago I suggested a few pounds EW on Stormy Antarctic after his Craven win. The price of 20-1 is now long gone, the Ed Walker trained colt trades as the 7-1 second favourite.
The selection could have done with softer ground but his trainer feels a sounder surface will still be ok, obviously Air Force Blue is going to take some beating but I’m hopeful Stormy Antarctic will go well.
Vroum Vroum Mag came off the bridle for the first time yesterday when beating the boys in the Punchestown Champion Hurdle. Her mares allowance likely helped her gain the win but she showed battling qualities and isn’t just a bridle horse. It will be very interesting to see what they do with her next year as fences could be an option.