An A3 winner earlier in the year, the Droopys Maldini blue has yet to get on the scoresheet since returning from a break but looks capable of leading from pillar-to-post
15) returned to form in style with an easy pillar-to-post
success at Catterick recently and looks difficult to oppose in her current mood despite a 6lb penalty.
A great The son of Galileo led from pillar-to-post
under the trainer's son Joseph and pulled clear in the straight to rout Oxford Charley by a dominant 11 lengths.
The heavily-backed 5-2 favourite was another pillar-to-post
winner, going clear inside the final furlong and passing the post four and a half lengths ahead of Poet's Place.
CARLISLE Bell-winning rider Tom Eaves enjoyed a pillar-to-post
romp aboard Linda Stubbs' Saxford in the Weatherbys Bank Novice Stakes at Newcastle yesterday.
cHe struck first on Global Achiever (11-8), who was rewarded for his consistency with a pillar-to-post
victory in the Littlewoods Bet Direct Maiden Stakes.
Without a winner for almost a year, Chris Fairhurst broke the losing sequence at Hexham yesterday when Gilou had a pillar-to-post
victory in the Gregg's Pasty Post Handicap Hurdle.
The four-year-old failed to stay when upped to a mile and a quarter at Windsor last time and is better judged on his earlier pillar-to-post
win over seven furlongs at Folkestone.
52sec on her way to winning heat four in pillar-to-post
fashion by seven lengths, writes Ian Fortune.
On a day which seemed to suit front-runners, Natalia Gemelova earned a pillar-to-post
victory aboard 40-1 shot For Life.
RANGERS GIFT can continue her meteoric rise up the grading ladder with another pillar-to-post
success in the 11.
ENDLESS POWER, the horse who nearly 'did a Crisp' before completing a pillar-to-post
victory at Aintree on Sunday, could run in the Grand National, the race in which Crisp was famously pipped by Red Rum 35 years ago, writes Jon Lees.
KHULOOD was slashed to 8-1 for next month's Sagitta 1,000 Guineas after a pillar-to-post
victory in the Shadwell Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket.
Last season's St Leger hero had failed to give his running in two starts on slow ground this year, but with conditions drying all the time and jockey Jimmy Fortune deciding to take the race by the scruff of the neck, the John Gosdentrained four-year-old didn't see another rival on the way to a pillar-to-post
Derek Knight's youngster, arguably the fastest greyhound to half-way of the crop that is currently plying their trade at this level of competition, possesses loads of early pace and a pillar-to-post
victory is very much on the cards.