A great week for Orbital Racing with the horses in great form, and all running very creditably.
The week started with Wonder Elzaam bouncing back to form with a good 2nd in a 0-90 Class 3 handicap at Chelmsford. He attempted to make all and was mowed down late on by the highly regarded Roger Varian trained filly, Mobadra. He picked up some nice prize money in what was an encouraging run going forward.
On Wednesday Shawaag made his debut at Brighton for Andi Brown, also finishing 2nd. The son of Kodiac, a half-brother to the highly talented Clem Fandango showed plenty of early speed clocking 47mph before weakening in the final furlong. This was a nice debut and he’ll come on plenty for the run.
On Friday, Orbital Racing ran another debutant, All Inclusive under Mark Loughnane. This 2-year-old son of Tasleet was purchased from the Guineas Breeze Up Sales. He ran a bit green under John Egan, shaping as if he would come on for the experience and appreciate a further trip going forward. He eventually finished 4th and we’re excited to see what the future holds for him.
Saturday saw the return of Kessaar Power for Stan Moore at Chester, his first run since the Woodcote at Epsom. He ran a brilliant race and provided Orbital Racing with their third 2nd of the week from 4 runners. He showed a great level of form here, being beaten by the 87 rated Self Praise, and looks an exciting horse for the rest of the season.
Our Syndicate members had some brilliant days out while picking up some good prize money throughout the week.