Theglasgowwarrior Eyes Musselburgh and Carlisle Battles after Triumph at Hamilton

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Theglasgowwarrior Eyes Musselburgh and Carlisle Battles after Triumph at Hamilton


Brown, Gordon, The Scotsman


Theglasgowwarrior has two more significant targets in his sights after his narrow success in the feature race at Hamilton yesterday.

Under a cool ride from Barry McHugh, the 8-1 chance pipped 6-4 favourite Jabbaar by a neck in the DM Hall Chartered Surveyors Cadzow Castle Handicap.

Winning trainer Jim Goldie said: "The plan was to come here and win the Braveheart Stakes earlier this month but he was only fourth so this was a nice consolation. I thought the favourite was the main danger and that's the way it panned out in the end.

"Barry gave him a peach of a ride and the idea was to hit the front as late as possible and he delivered the goods perfectly. We will take our medicine from the handicapper and go for the Edinburgh Gin Handicap over 1m 4f at Musselburgh a week on Saturday and then the Cumberland Plate over the same trip at Carlisle later in June."

Goldie, pictured, was still smiling after Tuesday's success by Jessie Allan who opened her account at the 41st attempt at Redcar.

He added: "I'm delighted as she has finally rewarded the patience of his Clarkson owner Robert and it was also the first winner for our amateur rider Corey Madden." Lanarkshire-born Paula Muir got on the scoresheet aboard Duck Egg Blue in the ROA/Racing Post Owners' Jackpot Fillies' Handicap.

Muir, who earlier this year was appointed stable apprentice to Michael Dods, has a good record on the seven-length winner. …

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