“It’s been two long days” – Hannon smiles as he watches the horses and children in line | horse racing news

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Sir Rumi (purple silk) descends 1 m 4 ft in Newbury

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Saturday: Newbury

Sir Rumi’s victory in the 1m4f Paralympic race was a welcome winner for Richard Hannon, although he was kids and not horses, he had to work his magic after the race.

Hanun’s young son Jack was reluctant to have his photo taken with the winner, but eventually joined forces with older sister Eliza for the photo shoot.

“The kids were supposed to come to Mill Reef, but they were late — thank God,” joked Hanoon, whose sprinters shouldvebeenaring and Wallop on the field in the group’s 2-card advantage.

“They just showed up five minutes before this winner – nice and easy.”

Shaun Levy, a rider associated with the powerful Hannon stable, on Thursday stopped riding in Newcastle on medical grounds, while the operation saw no storm in September.

Hannon wouldn’t be attracted to Levi’s position, but he said, “It’s been two long days.

“They run really well. The two-year-olds in the second set didn’t look good enough and got hit by a better horse. [Sakheer]But Fancy Man ran a superhero race here today.

“But what it feels like nowadays after the winner is relief, even though we have a lot to look forward to. The Farsi Force will run in Middle Park next week and the Trillium in Cheville Park, while Magical Sunset, which beat Sakhir at Windsor, will go for Goofs. million “.

rainbow shines

Rainbow Fire can prove to be a smart purchase being judged based on what he produced in the seventh handicap.

Now in the colors of Middleham Park Racing, he was coached by Marco Botti, who paid 35,000 grams to buy it from John Square and Teddy Gosden.

Neil Callan, known in the sport as the Iron Man of the Knights because of his super strength, guided and said, “I haven’t sat on it at home and Marco hasn’t done much. She was knocking on finish and running today is knowing what we’re up to.

“He was always fast paced or pressed, so we wanted to get him down and relax and see what he could do. He improved really well, even though I was up front very early. He is a beautiful horse with a good demeanor.

“It doesn’t do anything quickly, but it lengthens really well. This dig into the ground was perfect and I think it could definitely improve.”

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Stay alert (left) picks up well in Newbury

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David Egan was the man of the moment – he rode four winners on the card – and his second came in the afternoon at Stay Alert in the Group 3 Legacy Cup.

He was raised by owners Ben and Sir Martin Arbib and trained by Heggy Morrison, who said: “It was important, after the Lancashire Oaks, to be leveled, so the plan was to bring it down, but it was incredibly comfortable. She came down relaxed and raised the ground outside. , showed the roundness of her foot and a little bit of her toe.

“The plan was to strike here and then go to Ascot next month for the Filly Championship and the Maris Stakes. She was second after Nashwa here in May, but we didn’t finish it. I was disappointed with her at the Lancashire Oaks, but she didn’t race her .she was very free and it wasn’t her day.”

He could stay alert in training next year and Morrison added: “Ben and Martin want to go and the family gets better with age. We have a lot to look forward to next year.”

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