Jockey Paul Mulrennan believes talented juvenile Que Amoro has a fine opportunity in which to get off the mark at the third attempt when she runs at Beverley on Friday evening.
The two-year-old daughter of Es Que Love, trained in Co Durham by Michael Dods, is one of eight declared runners for the five-furlong William Jackson Food Group British EBF Fillies’ Novice Stakes (6.35).
Jungle Inthebungle is likely to head to Royal Ascot after he upheld family honour by winning the Brian Yeardley Two-Year-Old Trophy at Beverley on Saturday.
Mick Channon’s talented young colt (8-1) found daylight when it mattered under Charles Bishop and surged half a length clear of Tin Hat. Victory Command, the 9-4 favourite, finished third, another length and a half away.
Local owner Keith Brown is optimistic Moonlit Sands can realise her true potential in the prestigious Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley on Saturday (June 10).
Brown’s silks have in recent years become a standing dish at the well-attended East Yorkshire circuit, with the likes of Top Notch Tonto and Orewa having got off the mark at Beverley before going on to achieve great things.
Beverley’s popular Flemingate centre has teamed up with British Heart Foundation to spread the love this weekend and raise much-needed funds for the fight against heart disease.
Visitors to the retail and leisure destination will be able to write a heartfelt message of love and display it in the window of the leading charity’s pop-up shop between 10am and 3pm on Saturday, February 11, and Sunday, February 12.