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Golden secures Silver honours in Ayr battle

PA Sport 6:02pm, Sat 21 Sep 2019

Trainer Tim Easterby took both Silver and Bronze Cups at Ayr (Simon Cooper/PA) Golden Apollo gave Tim Easterby a second big handicap triumph in 24 hours when landing the William Hill Silver Cup at Ayr. The Great Habton trainer struck with Music Society in the Bronze Cup on Friday and Golden Apollo (12-1) repeated the trick over the same six furlongs.

Angel swoops to claim Gold at Ayr

PA Sport 5:14pm, Sat 21 Sep 2019

Tom Dascombe, trainer of Ayr Gold Cup winner Angel Alexander (Mike Egerton/PA) Angel Alexander sprang a 28-1 surprise when coming down the forecast unfavoured far side to land the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup. The Tom Dascombe-trained gelding was one of only two three-year-olds in the line-up, but produced the goods to come out on top in one of the most valuable and competitive sprint handicaps in the calendar.

Sinawann team mulling Beresford outing

PA Sport 4:48pm, Sat 21 Sep 2019

Trainer Mick Halford has high hopes for Sinawann (Julien Behal/PA) Connections of Sinawann will decide in the next few days whether to let the exciting colt line up for the Beresford Stakes at the Curragh. Winner of a maiden over the Beresford course and distance on his second start, Mick Halford’s charge was stepped up to Group Two level for the KPMG Champions Juvenile Stakes at Leopardstown.

Rose blooms in Clyde heat at Ayr

PA Sport 4:00pm, Sat 21 Sep 2019

Mark Johnston, trainer of Firth Of Clyde Stakes winner Rose Of Kildare (Mark Egerton/PA) Rose Of Kildare showed great tenacity to take the Group Three honours in the William Hill Firth Of Clyde Stakes at Ayr. Having her 11th race of the season, the Mark Johnston-trained two-year-old showed she was a real bargain, having cost just 3,000 euros as a yearling, by taking her career earnings to over £80,000.

Pierre Lapin lifts Mill Reef prize in style

PA Sport 3:23pm, Sat 21 Sep 2019

Pierre Lapin took the Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury (Julian Herbert/PA) Pierre Lapin lengthened impressively to win the Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury. Roger Varian’s youngster is a half-brother to top-class sprinter Harry Angel, who won this race in 2016 before going on to score at Group One level the following year.

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