Three Moore Yarmouth winners
Last Updated: 09/07/14 6:21pm
Ryan Moore: Three more winners in his bid for the jockeys' championship title.
A review of the action from Yarmouth, where Ryan Moore stepped in for Kieren Fallon on his way to a treble.
A quickfire treble from Ryan Moore at Yarmouth included a welcome winner for Michael Bell in the colours of The Queen.
The championship title leader took three races in a row at the Norfolk course, with the victory of 3/1 favourite Good Hope in the Trafalgar Restaurant At Great Yarmouth Racecourse Fillies' Handicap coming as the middle leg.
Newmarket-based Bell had not been among the winners since May, but home-bred Good Hope was suited by the step out of maiden company as she broke her duck at the fourth attempt.
She made much of the running and battled hard to hold the persistent Tete Orange by a length.
"It's very nice to have a winner, and it was a masterful ride from an excellent jockey," said Bell.
"After her last run at Salisbury, we felt she'd need a step up in trip. It was a nice performance, and it's so important to get a filly like her to win when their owner likes to breed from them.
"She's a filly that might well be progressive and I'd say we'll keep her going now."
Moore had kicked off by making all of the running aboard Paul D'Arcy's 11/8 favourite Global Leader in the Conferences At Great Yarmouth Racecourse Handicap.
Genius Boy then completed a four-timer of his own for James Tate, and his third at the course, when holding off fellow 2/1 joint-favourite One Pekan in the Greene King Festival At Yarmouth Racecourse Handicap.
Moore was supposed to be riding Enobled but Sir Michael Stoute pulled him out and Kieren Fallon, who was supposed to be on Genius Boy, had earlier been stood down feeling unwell after partnering a winner in the Guide Dogs For The Blind Selling Stakes, 7/4 favourite Angus Glens.
Loumarin blew away her rivals on a blustery day as she collected the Ladies Night At Great Yarmouth Racecourse Maiden Auction Stakes.
A fifth winner of the season for Martyn Meade, who has returned to training in Newmarket, Loumarin went off the 10/11 favourite after finishing fourth on her recent debut at Newbury.
Facing just three rivals, Andrea Atzeni's mount coasted two and a quarter lengths clear.
Meade's son and assistant Freddie said: "She did it nicely. She ran very well on her debut and we dropped her back from six furlongs to five, which proved the right thing to do.
"It's the owner's (Barry O'Connor) first win, so it's nice for him. She hasn't had a hard race, so I'd imagine we'll find something else for her in the not too distant future."
There was an even easier winner of the Holidays On The Norfolk Broads Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
William Buick would have worked harder if he had been taking a boating vacation as his mount, John Gosden's 4/6 favourite Oh Star, was never out of a low gear after placing on each of her four previous starts.
Course specialist The Ducking Stool (4/1) closed out the day in the arenaracing.co.uk Handicap.