A long awaited first win for OrionInverness this afternoon. Back over fences and at a staying track he jumped with aplomb to stay on well over the two and a half mile trip. This run will have done his confidence a lot of good and we will look for a similar race for him while the going is on the soft side. Poor Borris had a rough few runs at the start of the season, falling when looking to be closing on the leaders on two occasions and blundering in other attempts over fences. While hurdling has given him his confidence he is always going to be better over fences and with luck he will go on again from here. He is pictured in green.
The Tay Valley Chasers are eagerly awaiting the spring debut of their summer horse, Maraweh. He is in good form and will have plenty of fun round Perth this summer. There are a couple of places left in this well run club; please contact George Godsman for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Well Above Par ran a brave race and though he looked like the winner after the last he was collared in the final few yards and came a gallant third. He will be a super chaser next season.
Vertigo found the going too holding, and could not quicken past rivals in it, as did Chanceiton who was pulled up at the last.