Racing: No catching Umistim
Tuesday 10 August 1999
Richard Hannon, welcoming back his 11-4 winner, ridden by Richard Hughes, said: "I thought he only just got home over seven furlongs at Newbury on fast ground, so I dropped him back here and he's done it well on heavy.
"I might see if there is something for him at York, as he has shown he can go through soft ground and is a fine big horse."
Hannon made it a 23-1 double when Boating Song (11-2) won the Wellington Nursery.
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