Corach Rambler was bought by Scu at the Goffs Yorton sale in November and backed up his purchaser's confidence with a galloping win at Ayr today. Given time to get into his stride by Derek, Corach hurdled efficiently and stayed on up the home straight to win by three lengths.
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We were delighted with our other runners; having had a tough time with the weather and a few below par runs it was due reward to everyone here to be back fighting on the track and to see the horses running consistently well.
We had second places from Caboy (Closing on the leader having run with more confidence), Buddha Scheme (Agonisingly caught on the line by Derek finishing like a bullet) and Ahoy Senor (One of our nicest youngsters, also bought at Yorton and who has a bright future in front of him).
Of the others Sutton Manor ran a really solid race to be fourth, just not quite staying the extended distance, Operation Overlord was rather too well and pulled hard but once he settled he ran a nice race until tiring, and poor OrionInverness did nothing wrong but Stephen was knocked off by an errant horse at the second fence in the back straight.
It is good to be back racing and our next runners will be on the all weather at Newcastle in the jumpers bumpers meeting on Wednesday.
Red Missile will be used to the sand as he has won an all weather flat races and, having run an improved race at Musselburgh last time, he could be good each way value.
Vinos Choice is short of race options but sharp and well and he takes on other chasers in the final bumper; a winner at Perth in a NHF he should also run with credit.