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MOLESDEN GOES TO AINTREE

Training and riding her own horse, Winged Crusader, to run in The Foxhunters' , Amie made it over The Chair, but unfortunately, like many a horse and rider at Aintree, the Grand National fences claimed another victim and Amie was unseated at the 8th when Winged Crusader seemed to have begun to find a rythmn.…
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Skye Chief Excellent 2nd

  Skye Chief, owned by Mrs Sarah Sutton and on his debut at Musselburgh, ran a dogged race to take a good second today. He will have learnt a lot. Very exciting prospect. It says Ludlow below but scroll on and you will see his race. [video width="480" height="360" mp4="http://www.simonwaughracing.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Mussel2nd.mp4"][/video]
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Finally a meeting isn’t cancelled in the North

Musselburgh were allocated an extra meeting to make up for all the frost affected cancellations . So we took the opportunity to give a yard debut to Nick's Nipper for The Northumberland Racing Club. We were particularly pleased with her jumping and look forward to her running again perhaps in conditions more suited to her.
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Boric achieves magnificent 4th in Listed Race

In Boric, we had our first ever runner in a Listed Race at the prestigious Fighting Fifth meeting at Newcastle on Saturday. The At The Races Rehearsal Handicap Steeple Chase (Class1)(Listed Race) had previously been won by Sue Smith's Wakanda in 2015. Boric and Wakanda lead the field until the fifth last where Boric took…
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BORIC SECURES SENSATIONAL 2nd in DURHAM NATIONAL!

Boric receives a deserving drink and a wash down after his gallant second by a neck in the Class 2 Durham National today at Sedgefield. This is by far the most competitive race that Mrs. York's Boric has ever run in and he was gaining on the winning favourite and so another 2 strides and…
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BORIC  2ND at CARLISLE! A tremendous return to the track after winning The Highland National last season. Over the shorter distance, Boric coped well with the fast pace and was never out of the first 3. He took up the running after the 3rd last and was only headed on the line by the Venetia…
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The Season Gets Going Properly at Hexham

Three great runs at Hexham on Saturday really got the Molesden yard off to a great start in the new season. The ground was heavy but sloppy which was quite a test for all three horses particularly the two hurdling for the first time. Corinda, owned by Rhona Brewis, rewarded all the effort that has…
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Dark and Dangerous makes his seasonal debut at Kelso

Following on from a very successful last season  when he won 4 times over hurdles, Dark and Dangerous returned to the fray at Kelso on Sunday. With a front runner making a fast pace , he held on well and rallied to secure 4th place up the run in. He will come on for that.
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Open Day at Molesden

After our most successful season to date, 9 wins and 9 places, loyal owners and prospective new owners came to view the horses on Saturday We started off  in the beautiful gardens of the farmhouse but ended up scuttling into one of the barns as the showers came down. But no matter as we were…
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Border Breaker takes a trip to Uttoxeter

Border Breaker went down to Uttoxeter today in a 3 mile hurdle with Paddy Brennan on board. In a slow run race, Paddy held him up in mid division and he came through well, leading briefly up to the last hurdle, but couldn't quite keep up the momentum. He finished fourth having run and jumped…
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Border Breaker gains another second at Hexham.

Two and a half miles over hurdles at Hexham and Border Breaker was only beaten by one progessive horse whilst holding off a group of challengers for a decent second place. He is coming back to form. Our summer horses are continuing to perform well
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Imperial Focus runs well at Hamilton

Imperial Focus broke well at Hamilton and Joe Doyle eased him to the front where he was then headed at 2f out, but he battled really well to secure his fourth second place for owner The Yacht London, a win is beckoning. http://rukarchive.vod.dc.video.performgroup.com/processed/mp4/2017_06/1265825.mp4#t=312,433  
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Amie to ride in IJF race at Kelso

Amie Waugh will be riding The Northumberland Racing Club's Bolero Collonges in The Jack Berry House Injured Jockeys' Fund Race this Sunday on Ladies' Day at Kelso. It will be at 5.50 after the last race . All donations will be most gratefully received http://bit.ly/2nwYGsb
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Amie to ride in IJF race at Kelso

Amie Waugh will be riding in the Charity Race in support of The Jack Berry House Injured Jockeys' Fund at Kelso this Sunday on Ladies' day after the last race. She will be riding The Northumberland Racing Club's Bolero Collonges. All donations will be most gratefully received. http://bit.ly/2nwYGsb.
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Single Estate gets excellent 2nd

Click on this to view video:   single estate On his first run for the yard, Single Estate, ridden by Joe Doyle, produces a sprint from behind to get a close second at Redcar today in the 1m2f (Class6)Handicap. Surely capable of a win
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Boric to be paraded at Kelso Racecourse

  After Boric's brilliant win at Perth in The Highland National, Kelso Racecourse have kindly invited us and Mrs York to bring Boric to the meeting on 10th May to be paraded before racegoers in the paddock at 1.30pm before racing. This was an opportunity that had been offered to "One for Arthur" who won…
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Great Perth festival for Molesden stables! WIN and SECOND

BORIC WINS the HIGHLAND NATIONAL over 3m6f in the final day of the Perth Festival under Callum Bewley, who, since he took over the ride has now won on him twice for owner Mrs Sarah York this season. Callum clinches  the Northern Conditional Jockey's Championship with this the best win of his his career, the best win for…
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Three horses from Molesden head for The Perth Festival

On Wednesday, Bolero Collonges goes further over hurdles with Amie charged with channeling his enthusiasm over 3 miles for The Northumberland Racing Club On Thursday, Total Assets has earned her right to take on other Class 3 horses again over hurdles where she excels.  The extended 3m2f distance should suit her on this flatter course.…
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