Published: Fri, May 27, 2016
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

The victory at Newton Abbot made Richard Woollacott happy

The victory at Newton Abbot made Richard Woollacott happy

This trainer from South Molton deserves all the glory of the victory at Newton Abbot. 

Woollacott received his big chance on the first annual races meeting when his “number one” Floresco came first to the finish. It happened on Wednesday. The attention of an audience during all evening was captured by the tense competition among O’Farrell and other jockeys. Well, Connor got his victory in a tense fight with McCabe Creek during the race and gained good money for his trainer.

While the Unison was absent, twelve jockeys sat on their horses and started the trip with a two and a quarter mile length. The prominent participants Fort Carson, Dovils Date, Pinkie Brown fought with each other from a very beginning.

The predictions were against Floresco and his jockey. O’Farrell has a good reputation, but his horse showed the mediocre results during the fourth-last challenge. The jockey placed his horse very well, right behind the backs of the main leaders in this racing.

Apparently, there was a tight connection between the jockey and his horse, because they have shown a real miracle. Floresco quickly left behind the predictable leaders and went strictly to the finish.

The last flights were not so easy for the horse, and he was lurching to the left. However, he had enough time to get ahead of Beau Phil with McCabe Creek.

The competition was opened with the main bets on Aunty Ann and Mia’s Storm. They had over 20-1 odds while Floresco had 14-1. They are the winners of previous competitions and were expected to show the good results. Fans can support their jockey not just on track, but by checking different horse racing options online where they can bet on thier favourite horse in the next race. Surely, Aunty Ann will still be on the top picks.

The jockey Wayne Hutchinson worked with Mia’s Storm. The horse outpaced Aunty Ann while they were on the last flight and received the twelfth win for Alan King, her trainer from a Wiltshire.

Three and a quarter miles pass were made easily by the Handicap Chase that has been chased by the Railway Storm.

The Railway Storm is a well-known leader of many races. This March he received his victory at Exeter. He faster caught up the leaders like Molly Oscar and Dusk Till Dawn. The last third fence seemed to be hard for him while his rival Dusk Till Dawn made it too easily.

All jockeys were ready for the hard fight and the racing was tense. After the break, Newton Abbot became a mecca for all racing fans.


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