Cotswold trainer Fergal O’Brien notched a double on Newton Abbot’s valuable Saturday card, winning the first two races with Carrigeen Kampala and Valentino Dancer, but missed out on a treble when Chief Black Robe was narrowly beaten in the third.
Saturday sees the first of three meetings at Newton Abbot in September and the six-race card, with prize money of nearly £86,000 on offer, is showcased by two valuable Class 2 events.
On known form, the opening Class 3 Talk Tidy Marketing Novices’ Hurdle, due off at 2.32pm, looks a match between Father Of Jazz and Carrigeen Kampala.
What better way to spend a Saturday than with an action-packed afternoon of racing at Newton Abbot Racecourse?
Whether you’re a racing regular, or coming for the first time, you’re in for an afternoon to remember with six thrilling races during the course of the afternoon.
After a short summer break, Antiques & Collectables Fairs are set to return to Newton Abbot Racecourse on Saturday 16 September – book today to exhibit at our next event.