P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:14/17       SANDOWN - ROSY FUTURE FOR GIPSY 1/7 Gipsz Rose Lee made the perfect start to her racing career when taking the Portman Square Maiden Fillies' Stakes. Pat Eddery sent his mount into the lead a furlong out and the partnership just held off fellow newcomer Miss Universe by a fast-diminishing neck. Trainer Brian Meehan is in fine form and has sent out winners in Britain, Ireland and France this week. "The owners bought her for a fair sum of money and we will step her up in class now," he commented. LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Eve Revw Friar Tck York Revw Sand Res
P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:15/52       SANDOWN - BETTRON A BEAUTY 2/7 Bettron did not have to come off the bridle to capture the Grosvenor Square Claiming Stakes under Richard Hughes. Richard Hannon's three-year-old was running away at the furlong pole and Hughes sat motionless as he accounted for Magni Momenti by half-a-length. "It is no better than a seller and it has made him look better than he actually is," remarked thj handler's assistant Sylvester Kirk. "He has been running his heart out and he just needed a confidence booster." LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Evj Revw Friar Tck York Revw Sand Res
P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/17       SANDOWN - ROSS ON A ROLL 3/7 Roger Ross scored for the second time in a week when defying a 5lb penalty in the Johnstone Douglas Handicap. The bottom-weight won at Salisbury on Wednesday and answered Chris Rutter's every call close home to hold the challenge of Piped Aboard by a neck. The winner was the subject of morning gamble, supported from 11/2 to 11/4, though trainer Mark Flower denied being one of the punters involvjd. "Not guilty," he replied when asked if had backed his runner. LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Eve Revw Friar Tck York Revw Sand Res
P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/31       SANDOWN - ROSS PRAISED 4/7 Mark Flower paid tribute to Roger Ross who was winning for the second time in a week following his Salisbury success. "He is not a star, never has been and never will be but I would like 10 more like him," said the trainer. "I thought the handicapper would take a dim view of the Salisbury race because he won it terribly well and this was my chance to get in before he goes up. "I wasn't worried about the soft ground and I'm really pleased he has gone up in grade and proved good enough." LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Evj Rjvw Friar Tck York Rjvw Sand Res
P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:10/50       SANDOWN - RADAR HOMES IN 5/7 Radar and Philip Robinson charged down the centre of the course to emerge victorious in the Rothmans Royals North South Challenge Series Handicap. The 8/1 shot was settled out the back but made ground swiftly once set alight and strode home with authority. Radar was bouncing back after a bout of ill-health following his run at the Newmarket Guineas meeting. "He ran a good race there but was ill afterwards and lost some condition," explained trainjr Michael Jarvis. LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Eve Revw Friar Tck York Revw Sand Res
P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:12/20       SANDOWN - EDDERY KING OF CASTLE 6/7 Pat Eddery won the final three races to notch a spectacular 112/1 four-timer. After winning the opener, Eddery and Brian Meehan doubled up when Cortachy Castle secured the Leicester Square Conditions Stakes by two lengths. "He potentially a good horse and I'll wait for him next year," said Meehan. "We won't be going crazy with him. There is no point going for a Listed race in Italy or Germany because he will get a penalty. He is a lovely, big, fine, strong horsj." LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Evj Revw Friar Tck York Revw Sand Res
P675 CEEFAX 2 675 Sat 13 Jun 21:18/43       SANDOWN - FOUR FOR EDDERY 7/7 Winner number three of four for Pat Eddery came courtesy of 9yo Turgenev in the Berkeley Square Handicap. The veteran ploughed through the soft ground with enthusiasm to see off Burundi by a cosy three lengths. "There's life in the old dog yet," smiled winning handler Robin Bastiman. Pure Gold completed Eddery's quartet in style in the closing maiden stakes. Henry Candy's 2yo overcame inexperience when defeating market leader Razor. LATEST BIG-RACE ANTE-POST PRICES 686 Daily Quiz 685 BHB 691 Race News 661 Evj Revw Friar Tck York Revw Sand Res