J’Ai Froid kept up the magnificent run of the Laura Morgan Stable by landing his four timer for the yard, at Warwick. Despite some hefty rises in the weights he continues to improve. A good positive ride from Max Kendrick.
J'AI FROID, who wasn't always fluent, has really found his form since headgear has been used and most probably grabbed another career-best here, taking this eased down. Some of his siblings were very classy at their best and this lightly raced 8yo is heading in the same direction.
Despite a couple of hefty rises by the handicapper Fire Away comfortably landed his Hatrick for the yard and was not troubled by the drop back in trip to 2 miles. He is an exciting horse
FIRE AWAY completed a hat-trick pretty comfortably despite a 13lb higher mark and is unbeaten in three since joining Laura Morgan. The shorter trip was no problem and a greater concern proved to be his jumping, which was scruffy at times.
Wheres Maud Gone continues the fine run of form for the yard by putting in a gutsy performance to win at Ayr under a powerful ride from Adam Wedge….
WHERES MAUD GONE, purchased for £75,000 after winning easily on her debut for Sam Curling at Thurles in Ireland in November, was made to work much harder than initially looked likely, but she knuckled down well in the final furlong and never really looked like getting beaten. The only ride of the afternoon for Adam Wedge, she was ridden with lots of confidence and appeared simply to be toying with the runner-up when challenging on the bridle 3f out. It was encouraging to see her fight for this like she did and she's clearly a smart prospect for her in-form trainer.