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Musselburgh Report – 7th January

Musselburgh Report – 7th January
January 7, 2019 admin
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NICK ALEXANDER kept his excellent run going when daughter Lucy steered Ballynanty to an easy victory at Musselburgh on Monday.
Sent off one of the 3/1 joint-favourites, the Kinneston raider slammed Rainy City by four and a half lengths as he tackled three miles for the first time.
After saddling his fifth winner in the last fortnight, Alexander senior said: “His jumping is gradually coming together and we weren’t sure if he’d stay or not today. We bought him privately and he was a decent horse on the Flat with Andrew Balding.”
Earlier on the Alexanders were just denied another success when fast-finishing Benny’s Secret was just denied by a short-head by Henry’s Joy in the Betway Novices’ Limited Handicap Chase.
Winning jockey Brian Hughes went on to record a double with Keith Dalgleish-trained Alright Sunshine in the Betway Casino Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.
Indian Opera, trained by Iain Jardine, was an impressive all-the-way winner of the Betway EBF “National Hunt” Maiden Hurdle under Ross Chapman.
The winning jockey lost his right to claim at Newcastle on Saturday and has his final rides as a 3lb conditional at Ayr today.
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