• Ian Ender


Stormin Norman doesn't know how to run a bad race, and on Tuesday afternoon he made it four wins from his last six starts, winning off his highest mark yet of 67.He won despite the inadequate trip, and the sharp nature of the track, but it was all credit to his jockey Becky Smith who brought the horse down the stand side, taking advantage of the better ground, it is a well known fact that when the going at Catterick is on the soft side, it can prove advantageous to do this, and Becky to her credit was the only jockey in with a chance to take advantage, as Stormin Norman came home by three, and a quarter lengths.

Congratulations to the connections, The Monday Club.

{{count, number}} view{{count, number}} comment

Recent Posts

See All

We have four runners on Friday evening at Newcastle on the all weather Tapeta surface where it is currently riding standard to slow. Merlin's Gold has yet to show any real signs of ability in three ru

RELUCTANT SUITOR. 17 February 1989. Shy Groom-Belaka. Owner-Joe Buzzeo. Reluctant Suitor was a late developing flat bred horse, being by Shy Groom, a son of Blushing Groom, out of a Beldale Flutter m

We have on runner on Wednesday at Worcester where the going is currently good, good to firm in places, and they have been watering. Balkotic returns to Worcester to contest the, a 0-105 handic