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Kayf Tara - York May 2000

Will it be a fourth winner in four days for Kayf Tara?

  PICTURE: Mark Cranham  


Ffos Las card holds key to Kayf Tara four-timer

THE pressure is on two runners at Ffos Las this afternoon as they bid to give their sire Kayf Tara a fourth winner in as many days.

The sequence started when Mac Aeda, - bred by her trainer Malcolm Jefferson - won the Valentine's Day Hurdle at Catterick on Monday, followed by Thornton Alice in a mares'  maiden at Newcastle on Tuesday and One More DInar's success in Wednesday's Vicarage Handicap Chase at Leicester.

 Today's first bid (in the 3,05, a mares' handicap hurdle) comes from Bringewood Belle,  owned, bred and trainer by John Needham. She is from the family of decent chaser Rambling Minster, whose biggest success came in the Grade 3 Blue Square Vodka Gold Cup at Haydock, and another Haydock Grade 3 winner in Rambling Artist.

 The second horse bidding to give Kayf Tara his four-timer, Moon Stream in the Bracey's Friendly Builders Merchant flat race at 4.50, fits a similar mould in that he is owned, bred, and trainer by David Brace.





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