Superbe Seven!

There’s a first for everything and on Saturday July 7, the Kingsley Park team scored seven times across the tracks!
The first of our seven winners was rather impressive to say the least. Making Miracles, ridden by Richard Kingscote and owned by  Acorn, Brown, Parker & Scott, made all in the valuable bet365 handicap at Haydock, over 1m6f,  to defeat stablemate Austrian School by three lengths.
Sheikh Hamed Dalmook Al Maktoum’s Liberatrix made her racecourse debut a winning one under Franny Norton at Chelmsford. The Iffraaj juvenile showed signs of inexperience in the early stages but battled strongly to win the seven-furlong novice by three quarters of a length.
It was to be a double at Haydock courtesy of Rainbow Rebel, owned by Owners Group 004. Joe Fanning partnered the five-year-old son of Acclamation to win the valuable Old Newton Cup by a neck in a thrilling finish.
The Trader, Ali Saeed’s eyecatching grey juvenile colt, made all under Andrew Mullen at Beverley in the seven and a half-furlong novice. With one previous run under his belt, The Trader, by Mastercraftsman, stayed on readily to win by three lengths.
Apprentice Oliver Stammers got the ride on the consistent Poet’s Society at Leicester. Owned by Kingsley Park 9, the gelded son of Poet’s Voice was lining up to race for the 18th time this year. Poet’s Society and Oli won the seven-furlong handicap by three-quarter of a length.
Back at Chelmsford, Deirdre saddled a course double. After Liberatrix’s win, Book Of Dreams obliged under Franny. The Passionate Partnership’s three-year-old son of Dream Ahead rallied strongly to win the mile handicap by a short head.
It was late in the day when the stable broke its past record of six winners in a day. Racing at Carlisle’s evening meeting, Ballylinch Stud’s Hibernicus also made his racecourse debut a winning one by taking the 11-furlong maiden by two and a quarter lengths under Joe Fanning.
A wonderful day! Congratulations to all involved!

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