Philip Kirby Racing

Racehorse Trainer based at Richmond, North Yorkshire

Thurs 8th Oct….

The 2yr old Dark Zeas is our runner for today due to run at Ayr in the 12:30 with jockey of the moment Phil Dennis on board – huge congrats to him for his 4-timer at Newcastle last week, great to see him doing so well! Dark Zeas had a promising first run there at Ayr back in July, he will have learnt a lot for his first effort and hope to see him have a nice chance here today. Good luck to owners AR Racing and all connections.

Todays runner : Dark Zeas

Yesterday we watched as Oak Vintage led everywhere but the line for 2nd at Sedgefield under Ross Chapman in his first run of the season, so frustrating – we just hope the handicapper is kind to him and gives him a fair chance. A good, promising run from Ravenscar who stayed on well for 3rd up at Newcastle and also Fircombe Hall having a less than ideal race with Graham Lee reporting he was denied a clear run, but managed to get 5th despite being hampered – better luck next time hopefully. All runners back home safe and well.

Those of you doing our ’10 To Follow’ we have the following update for points over the last few days :

Lord Toronago – 3rd (Wolves) – 3 POINTS

Oak Vintage – 2nd (Sedge) – 5 POINTS

Ravenscar – 3rd (Newc) – 3 POINTS.

We had a busy days schooling on Tuesday and there will be a video of the action uploaded shortly, but for now here are a few shots Pippa managed to catch….

At The Same Time
Dubh Des Champs
Epsom Des Mottes & Louis Vac Pouch
Whoshotthesherriff
Niven, Epsom Des Mottes & McGarry

…..and to finish, a firm yard fav Little Bruce and his number 1 fan Tommy spoiling him with a pick of grass after all the fun…

Little Bruce is set to make his season debut at Hexham on Saturday. Joining him there are Stitch Up, Leopolds Rock and Zig Zag. Also entered for Sat we have Stargazer at York and En Meme Temps heading to Chepstow.

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