Newcomer on the Mark.
Mark Johnston (born October 10, 1959) is a racehorse trainer based in Middleham, North Yorkshire, England.
In 2004 he won the One Thousand Guineas with Attraction. introduces a regally-bred newcomer in the shape of Denbera Dancer at Pontefract tomorrow.
The youngster is a full-brother to the high class Rumplestiltskin, a dual Group One winner in a brilliant juvenile campaign and seventh in Speciosa's 1000 Guineas. The Middleham runner holds some lofty entries and it will be fascinating to see what his trainer can do with him.
Greenwich Meantime is reported "in great nick" ahead of his next big-race assignment in the totesport Ebor at York later this month.
Derby entry Novista can get off the mark in the BBC Radio Norfolk BBC Radio Norfolk is the BBC Local Radio service for the English county of Norfolk, broadcasting since 11 September 1980. It broadcasts from the studios of BBC East in The Forum, Norwich on 95.1 FM (Stoke Holy Cross), 104.4 FM (Great Massingham), 95. Novice Auction Stakes at Yarmouth tomorrow evening.
Mark Tompkins' colt finished second on his debut at Goodwood to Divine Right divine right, doctrine that sovereigns derive their right to rule by virtue of their birth alone—a right based on the law of God and of nature. Authority is transmitted to a ruler from his ancestors, whom God himself appointed to rule. and is expected to improve on that run.
South Yorkshire-based trainer Tim Pitt will not appeal against the decision by the Thirsk stewards to fine him pounds 6,000 over the running and riding of Jordan's Light on Saturday.