A double at Plumpton on Sunday took our score for the season to 155 which matches our best total set in 2008-09.
First to strike was Peak To Peak in the opening novice hurdle before Tommy Silver bounced back to form by winning the £21,896 Sussex Champion Hurdle, the richest race ever run at the track. He could well be out again quickly.
It is great to see the team continuing in good form going into the final fortnight of the season and we will be having some interesting runners this week at Cheltenham, Ayr and Wincanton.
Marracudja is among those heading to Cheltenham in midweek while Vicente, Arpege D’Alene and Vivaldi Collonges are all pencilled in for the Scottish Grand National on Saturday and I could run a couple in the Scottish Champion Hurdle on the same day.
Warriors Tale is another heading to Ayr at the weekend as we look add a few more winners to our tally before the final day of the campaign at Sandown on Saturday, April 29.