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Improver Only went down by a head to the - enterprisingly ridden Symbol Of Peace at Nottingham when last seen in April and she could still be well treated after a 3lb rise.
Dickie Deadeye ended a long losing run when enterprisingly ridden to win an apprentices' event at Chepstow.
Sheehy was on the mark yesterday when Rindoon, enterprisingly ridden by Ruby Walsh, made it third-time-lucky over fences when romping home a 16-length winner of the Killinan Beginners Chasae.
BLAZE AHEAD, trained by Brendan Powell and ridden by Wayne Hutchinson, had to work hard to get to the enterprisingly ridden Admiral Peary in the 3m handicap chase on Tuesday evening, but a mistake by the long-time leader at the last enabled the 3-1 favourite to gain a hard-earned win.
Peter Chapple-Hyam was left "gutted" by the colt's defeat, albeit narrowly, at the hands of the enterprisingly ridden Notnowcato in the Coral-Eclipse Stakes, but he will not duck a challenge and pitches Authorized into an arguably tougher contest.
Ferneley, enterprisingly ridden by Willie Supple, gave Curragh trainer Frank Ennis his third Group 3 win when making all to win the Amethyst Stakes at the expense of Lord Admiral.
He could have been guilty of jockey-error as he made the running on the even-money favourite, steadied her half a mile out, and didn't start to get serious on the mare until Righty Ho, enterprisingly ridden by Kristin Stubbs, had swept past.
Gradually sneaking into the race from the third-last, he enterprisingly seized the initiative by dashing his mount around crowded rivals and into the lead on the final turn, sending him clear.
Ninth House ended a losing run stretching back some 14 months when taking the 1m 1/2 f claimer under George Baker, the 13-8 favourite getting home by a neck from Sawwaah, who came from well off the pace and could never quite get to the enterprisingly ridden winner.
Ah Come On Tom, enterprisingly ridden by Sean Flanagn, made every yard of the running to win the John Lynch Carpets Handicap Chase, completing a double for Edward O'Grady.
The gelding was enterprisingly ridden by Declan McDonogh to beat Big In Japan before surviving a Stewards Enquiry.
RW Braveheart Move Trainer Sir Mark Prescott Chester, Wednesday, May 6 Wore down the enterprisingly ridden Quai D'Orsay and further improvement looks guaranteed.