THERE have been some notable performances across the nation on Monday, notably down at Windsor.
We have picked out some strains you could have missed from an action-packed afternoon.
A horse in your tracker 🧐
three.30 Windsor – The Pink’N
Seamus Mullins’ outsider will win races this season, of that I’ve little question.
He was slowly away and restrained in rear in a steadily run contest over 1m2f and saved on properly within the closing phases to take fifth.
He will probably be seen at his finest when upped to 1m4f on barely slower floor.
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A horse on the up 📈
4.00 Windsor – Telecaster
Without question the most impressive winner across the cards on Monday.
Hughie Morrison’s exciting colt bolted up by nine lengths under Oisin Murphy in a hot-looking novice race.
He will tackle a Derby trial next and looks a colt with a very, very bright future.
Big punt landed 💰
4.30 Windsor – Wall Of Sapphire
Followers of Hugo Palmer were in clover on Monday.
His Wall Of Sapphire was the subject of a huge plunge (20-1 into 13-2) in the Dom & Geri Personalised Wrap Handicap.
The filly was given a cracking ride by young Georgia Dobie, and he held on bravely to land the touch by a head.