P674 CEEFAX 2 674 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/28       YORK - GREY KINGDOM RULES AGAIN 1/5 Grey Kingdom repeated his 1997 triumph in the Charles Henry Memorial Handicap with a typically brave effort. Kevin Darley's partner produced a determined challenge inside the distance to edge out Stylish Ways in a rousing opener to Timeform Charity Day. The winner was registering his first success in 17 starts and owner-trainer Mel Brittain was relievjd. "He just hasn't been quite right but he's over his problems now and goes on any ground," he revjaled. WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Whitechapel registers timely win 663 Sand Rjvw Friar Tck Qujen York Rjs
P674 CEEFAX 2 674 Sat 13 Jun 21:15/41       YORK - DREAM COMES TRUE 2/5 There was a controversial finish to the Leonard Sainer Maiden Stakes with Princely Dream getting the better of Focus by a short-head after a protracted duel from two furlongs out. The protagonists came very close together inside the distance but after a lengthy stewards enquiry the officials allowed the result to stand. Their decision certainly came as a surprise to the course bookmakers. They were offering 2/5 about Focus getting the race in the stewards' room. WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Whitechapel registers timely win 663 Sand Rjvw Friar Tck Qujen York Rjs
P674 CEEFAX 2 674 Sat 13 Jun 21:11/12       YORK - FAHEY RELIEVED WITH WIN 3/5 Richard Fahey admitted to having huge misgivings about running his Leonard Sainer Maiden Stakes winner Princely Dream on the very soft going. "I was dreading the ground. They say good horses go on any ground but I know this horsj will be bjtter on a faster surface," he said. "But my hand was rather forced as I want to run him in the Goffs Challenge at the Curragh in 12 days time. "The horse is still a baby and was running green this afternoon." WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Whitechapel registers timely win 663 Sand Rjvw Friar Tck Qujen York Rjs
P674 CEEFAX 2 674 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/30       YORK - RAPIER THURST IS ENOUGH 4/5 Rapier produced a tremendous weight- carrying performance to defy 9-10 and win the Cadogan Silvjr Salver Handicap. Darryll Holland held his partner together in the soft ground before producing him with a sustained effort from the furlong pole to score by 1}L. "The Royal Hunt Cup is definitely a possibility and the penalty will help him to get in," said Micky Hammond. "This was the first time he's run on soft ground but he is by Sharpo and we thought he would handle it well." WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Whitechapel registers timely win 663 Sand Revw Friar Tck Qujen York Rjs
P674 CEEFAX 2 674 Sat 13 Jun 21:18/51       YORK - WORLD MAKES ALL 5/5 Evening World made every post a winning one in the Daniel Prenn Royal Yorkshire Rated Stakes. Richard Quinn's mount was never in any serious danger of defeat and gavj the Paul Cole team some compensation for Focus' narrow defeat. On The Ridge ran out an effortless 11L winner of the closing maiden. The Gene Genie set a frenetic early pace and was a spent force two out, leaving Henry Cecil's victor to stroll clear under Willie Ryan. WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Whitechapel registers timely win 663 Sand Rjvw Friar Tck Qujen York Rjs