All eyes on racing at Cheltenham, but young talent shines through at Southwell
SOUTHWELL continued their action on Tuesday and Wednesday as the majority of racing fans eyes were firmly on the Cheltenham Festival.
But at Southwell, it was a day where young talent shone through, with winners for three very promising apprentice riders in Robert Tart, Ryan Tate and Adam McLean.
Tart had his biggest winner to date on Saturday at Wolverhampton in the Lincoln Trial, and was successful on board Fluctuation in the Claiming Stakes, his 20th winner already.
Tate rode the last winner, Neighbourhood, to triumph for James Evans, the 18th winner of his career.
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McLean was triumphant aboard course regular Shawkantango for the Derek Shaw yard. He looked very tidy in booting home his third winner, his first at the Nottinghamshire venue.
The best performer was Aubrietia, who recorded her ninth win for Alan McCabe.
He bought her for 6,000 guineas last July and from a mark of 49, she is now rated 95, and remains unbeaten in three visits to Southwell.
Wednesday started with a winner for Southwell-born jockey Hayley Turner riding for Chris Dwyer.
But the easiest winner on the card by far was Frontier Fighter, under Danny Tudhope, who routed a fair field in the feature mile handicap and should be winning again very soon.