Holland and Bowman sparkle at Yarmouth

One rider scored a hat trick and another achieved a personal double as Great Yarmouth Racecourse basked in the sun on the final day in May.It completed a successful two-day spring meeting at the Norfolk racecourse.

One rider scored a hat trick and another achieved a personal double as Great Yarmouth Racecourse basked in the sun on the final day in May.

It completed a successful two-day spring meeting at the Norfolk racecourse.

Big Noise won on his racing debut in the opening WaterAid Median Auction Maiden Stakes at 4-1 for Newmarket trainer Dr Jon Scargill and Darryll Holland.

The rider then went on to victory in the Essex & Suffolk Water Handicap on High Ambition (9-2), which had won at Great Yarmouth Racecourse on Easter Monday over the same distance of seven furlongs.


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Holland completed his three timer when Raise The Goblet took the closing Carillion Handicap at 7-1.

Charlie Delta won for the second time at the Norfolk racecourse this season when taking the Aquazone Claiming Stakes at 15-8.

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The horse's jockey Hugh Bowman then completed his own double when partnering Moody Tunes to win the Holleran Handicap at 10-3 joint favourite for Yorkshire trainer Karl Burke.

Two-year-old filly Longoria (10-11 odds-on favourite) was the easy winner of the BLP WaterAid Selling Stakes in her third race, while the 4-1 chance Bold Minstrel took the Faulknerbrowns Handicap, leading from start to finish in the five-furlong contest.

The next fixture at Great Yarmouth Racecourse is on Thursday June 14 when the first race is currently scheduled for 2.20pm. Admission: Premier Enclosure £17; Grandstand & Paddock £11. Group discounts also available. Accompanied children aged under 16 admitted free. More information can be found at www.greatyarmouth-racecourse.co.uk.

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