Grove Ferry, Teahuppo and Wetlands treble for punters!


By Andrew Atkinson

Ryan Moore continued his fine form at Lingfield Park on Saturday with a winning ride on tip Grove Ferry (9-4) in the Bombardier Class 2 Handicap over 1 mile.

Jockey Moore gained a 1 length victory on board Andrew Balding trained 4-year-old Grove Ferry, ahead of evens money favourite, Simon Crisford trained Intuitive.

Moore was thwarted on selection Convertible, when going down a short head to Enough Already (14-1) in the Betway Handicap over 1m 2f.

Moore rode Glentaneous (2-5) and Crimson Sand (85-40) to victory to complete a treble; tip Mahale ran third at 9-2 behind the latter.

Crimson Sand trainer Richard Hughes said: “I was very nervous we hadn’t had a winner for a while. If they’re good enough they’ll win.

“This year has been a flawless campaign with him and it’s a good start.”

Gunsight Ridge (11-4) tipped by finished third behind Hometown Boy (11-1) at Kempton Park.

Teahuppo (4-9) from 1-2, tipped by trained by Gordon Elliott and ridden by Robbie Power landed the Grade 3 Juvenile Hurdle, over 2 miles at Fairyhouse gaining a 7 lengths win over Tax For Max.

Petit Moucher (9-4) tipped by ran second in the Red Mills G3 Trials Hurdle over 2m behind Jason The Militant (7-4f).

Trevor Hemmings owned Wetlands (11-10) tipped by trained by Nicky Richards and ridden by Brian Hughes – his 109th winner of the season – won the Class 3 Novice Hurdle over 2m 4f at Newcastle, gaining a 4 3/4 lengths win over Lord Of Kerak.

“He’s a grand horse – he’s only had four runs over hurdles,” said Hughes.

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