Thrilling Nakeeta victory hands Dumfries and Galloway trainer Iain Jardine his biggest ever payday

Thrilling Nakeeta victory hands Dumfries and Galloway trainer Iain Jardine his biggest ever payday
 

Carrutherstown-based trainer Iain Jardine has landed the richest handicap horse race in Europe.
Nakeeta, rode by 20-year-old Callum Rodrigeuz, hit the front late on and held off a late challenge from Flymetothestars to claim the Ebor at York £177,000 top prize.
A jubilant Jardine camp were understandably delighted by the result for the six-year-old horse who’d finished second an incredible five times since his last win in 2015.
Jardine, 41, said: “I always thought this race would be tailor-made for him. He was given a great ride by Callum and he’s a genuine, tough horse.
“He’s been so... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Sport, Views: 27
Source: Daily Record
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