Le Gai Soleil continued her progressive profile winning handsomely at Kembla Grange on Saturday under Chad Lever.

Being by Tavistock, we hoped the heavy 10 conditions would play in favour. She duly ploughed through conditions winning by 3.3 lengths to notch up her 2nd win in 3 starts. Le Gai Soleil is a filly who is still inclined to do some of the little things wrong, however she is learning on the job and she looks like she has a bright future ahead of her.

Being a half sister to Danzdanzdance, Le Gai Soleil looks sure to get further in time and we will look to run her on the 1/07 at Kensington in the BM70 1550m. 

Well done to owners Mr W G Bax, Mrs H Bax, Mr S G Brewis-Weston, Mr B R Green, Mr K B Miller, Mr M Sixton, Mr R Kaveney

 

 

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