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Hayley grabs Yarmouth limelight

PUBLISHED: 13:21 15 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:26 30 June 2010

The star names of horse racing returned to Great Yarmouth Racecourse on Tuesday.

And, rather than the nation's favourite jockey Frankie Dettori, it was once again racing's golden girl Hayley Turner who started to grab the headlines in the saddle.

The star names of horse racing returned to Great Yarmouth Racecourse on Tuesday.

And, rather than the nation's favourite jockey Frankie Dettori, it was once again racing's golden girl Hayley Turner who started to grab the headlines in the saddle.

Horseradish triumphed for her at 6-1 in the Lindley Catering - Official Racecourse Caterers Handicap.

There was a tremendous finish to the Lindley Catering Handicap - the 3-1 favourite Monsieur Joe, under champion jockey Ryan Moore, just prevailing.

The champion was back in the winners' enclosure for the lindleycatering.co.uk Handicap following victory on board another market leader, Bugaku (10-3). The opening race of the day, the Matthew Clark Media Auction Maiden Fillies' Stakes, had gone to 14-1 shot I'm A Dreamer, while the Matthew Clarke Handicap was won by Vanilla Loan (5-1).

Broughtons Point won the closing M R King Handicap at 12-1. The next racing at Yarmouth is on Tuesday, April 27.


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