Horse Racing: Golam in Spotlight; RACING: THREE-DAY MEETING IS A HUGE SUCCESS.. BUT LET'S HAVE NO MORE 'FESTIVALS', PLEASE!

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Horse Racing: Golam in Spotlight; RACING: THREE-DAY MEETING IS A HUGE SUCCESS.. BUT LET'S HAVE NO MORE 'FESTIVALS', PLEASE!


Byline: By BILL KNIGHT

HOGMANEIGH came early for forgotten jockey Saleem Golam at Sandown with a dramatic success at 8-1 in the five-furlong dash.

Winning looked a remote prospect at halfway for Hogmaneigh, who was racing for the first time since May, but Saleem, joint champion apprentice in 2005, got a fantastic late run out of his horse to cut down joint favourite Gimasha in the last 50 yards.

Golam said: "Things have been a bit quiet for me this year, but you just have to keep your head down and a win like this on TV could be just the thing to get me going."

"Saleem is certainly good enough for me," said trainer Stuart Williams after Hogmaneigh's win meant that just one punter landed the Scoop6

Fellow trainer Mark Johnston must give his team courage pills for breakfast as horse after horse from his Middleham stable grinds down an opponent who seems to be travelling better.

Drumfire was the latest as he literally pulled the Group 3 Solario Stakes out of the fire, fighting back to head Danebury Hill who had got past him up the Sandown straight with the 6-4 favourite's supporters throwing away their tickets.

In the end, Danebury Hill lost second to the fast-finishing Caldra. …

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