Genial John Berry was full of praise for Bath and Great Yarmouth racecourses yesterday after his filly Hope Is High landed the Bath Staying Final worth £20,000 on the final day of the Eastern Festival.
Bath’s loss is Great Yarmouth’s gain on Thursday afternoon when another eight-race card brings down the curtain on the three-day Eastern Festival.
Irish eyes were smiling across Great Yarmouth yesterday as Beautiful Morning sparkled on a beautiful afternoon to land the racecourse’s most valuable contest of the season.
Zack Mayo stayed on strongly to land the £24,000 feature race on day one of Great Yarmouth’s Eastern Festival yesterday.
The Grand Visir, a colt out of all-conquering Frankel, produced a tremendous debut performance at Great Yarmouth this evening, to delight Newmarket trainer William Haggas.
Peterborough trainer Pam Sly was thrilled when Vernatti, a Speciosa filly, won Great Yarmouth’s 10-furlong handicap under Rob Hornby yesterday.
Champion jockey Jim Crowley has four excellent chances to mark the start of Great Yarmouth’s 2017 racing season with a win this afternoon.
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