P577 Teletext 577 Jun19 11:00:00         Saturday Review ————  ———  MIRZA OFF THE MARK FUN FOR FORENTIA KAHIR ALMAYDAN, a 4-9 chance trained by John Dunlop and ridden by Willie Carson, became a first winner for new owner Mirza Al Sayegh — a friend of Hamdan Al Maktoum — when landing the Leonard Sainder Maiden Stakes at York. JAMES FANSHAWE saddled his first 2yo winner of the season when Forentia, the 9-4 foint-favourite, made a successful debut in the EBF Portman Square Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Sandown Park. ——————————————————————————————————1/5—— Headlines 570 Totes 589 'HOg FA2?' COLOLSSAL COUP ON 569 Next page Cards Steamers Track Facts
P577 Teletext 577 Jun19 11:10:11         BOOST FOR SHERWOOD  ———    Oliver Sherwood has confirmed he will be training horses for leading fumps' owners Bill and Shirley Robins for the first time in the 1995/6 season. The Robins' have been looking for a new trainer since they decided to remove their string from David Nicholson. And Sherwood said: "They came to see me before I went on holiday and said I will be getting some of their horses, and I am looking forward to it." ——————————————————————————————————1/2—— Headlines 570 Totes 589 'HOW FAR?' COLOLSSAL COUP ON 569 Next page Cards Steamers Track Facts
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P577 Teletext 577 Jun19 11:01:01         Saturday Review ————  ———  AGELESS CARSON AT THE DOUBLE AT YORK IN-FORM Willie Carson — who chalked up a five-timer at Beverley in midweek — completed a short-priced double at York when Amanah (4-11) added to his first race win on Kahir Almaydan. TETHYS took York's Queen Mother's Cup with the help of a shrewd tactical ride from Diana Jones, who was registering her first success in the race for lady amateur jockeys after missing out previously on two favourites. ——————————————————————————————————2/5—— Headlines 570 Totes 589 GAMBLE ON COLOSSAL COUP MONDAY 569 Next page Cards Steamers Track Facts
P577 Teletext 577 Jun19 11:00:01         Saturday Review ————  ———  ALY BOOKS ASCOT SPOT BALLERINA FLOP CLIVE BRITTAIN's Secret Aly booked a place in the valuable Ladbroke Handicap at Ascot Heath next Saturday after capturing the Johnstone Douglas H'cap at Sandown under Michael Roberts. FAVOURITE 2oyal Ballerina proved a disappointment on her comeback as Ballykett Nancy returned to form with a three-length victory in the Listed Victor McCalmont Memorial Stakes at Gowran Park on Saturday. ——————————————————————————————————3/5—— Headlines 570 Totes 589 CHERRY + DECLAN'S BACK! MON p565 Next page Cards Steamers Track Facts
P577 Teletext 577 Jun19 11:00:00         Saturday View ——————  ———  STEADY READY GO PLUNDERS ITALIAN PRIZE LUCA CUMANI's Steady Ready Go, ridden by Sergio Dettori, was a comfortable winner of the Premio Corteno over 10 furlongs in Milan on Saturday.  ——————————————————————————————————4/3—— Headlines 570 Totes 589 'HOW FAR?' COLOLSSAL COUP ON 569 Next page Cards Steamers Track Facts