Cap Soleil maintained her unbeaten record with a stylish display in the CSP Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle at Newbury.
Trainer Fergal O’Brien, who is enjoying a golden spell at present, opted to take on some nice types first time out over obstacles with the four-year-old after she won two Listed bumpers last season.
One Longhorn commit has finished his regular season and will play in his team’s first playoff game tonight, and a few others will play in their final regular season games this weekend.
The teams of a few commits have earned playoff bids, one has seen his team get eliminated from playoff contention, and for at least seven other commits a win or loss this weekend could mean the difference between reaching the postseason or having to turn in their equipment at the end of next week.
It’s a late edition of the Texas Longhorns football commits weekly preview this week, as two commits played their games last night, but this piece was not ready for publication in time.
Blame it on bad clock management on this writer’s part, and an inordinate amount of normal writing time spent watching the World Series instead.
Skelton, playing on defense, picked off a Thompson pass and ran it all the way back to the end zone with just seven seconds left on the clock to end Newcastle’s last hope.
RB Keaontay Ingram (Carthage) Elk City gained a reported 784 yards of offense, while Newcastle gained – according to Max Preps, 714 total yards.
Aside from the heroics of Thompson and Skelton, other big performances included Newcastle’s senior WR Jacob Morris catching 21 passes for 328 yards and 4 TDs, Thompson’s brother Cade Thompson reeling in 12 catches for 157 yards and 4 TDs, and Elk City running back Diquan Bradford scoring four times and compiling 254 yards rushing and 100 yards receiving.
You’d like to think she’ll end up at Cheltenham in March.” [email protected] gives us his thoughts on @Newbury Racing winner Cap Soleil and where she will run next.
Results ▶️ https://t.co/7i JOPsd Iy Z pic.twitter.com/tay ETh We Fv — Racing UK (@Racing_UK) November 9, 2017 Claimantakinforgan (30-100 favourite), third in the Champion Bumper in March, made a winning debut over obstacles for Nicky Henderson in the Agetur UK Novices’ Hurdle. “I think he’ll stay at two next time and hopefully he can do that again somewhere before going up in class.” David Pipe’s string have hit form and his Dell’Arca (7-1) showed the benefit of a recent run when bolting up in the Pertemps Network Handicap Hurdle.