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At Fishers Cross wins at Newbury

Tony McCoy was in double winning form with She Ranks Me and At Fishers Cross at Newbury.

His first win was vintage McCoy, snatching victory from the jaws of defeat in the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Mares' Novices' Hurdle.

Taking the mount on Donald McCain's She Ranks Me (10-1) in the Listed heat, McCoy had his work cut out against Barry Geraghty and Ma Filleule after she surged into the lead at the penultimate flight in the home straight, but the Ulsterman got a second wind out of the grey and finished a neck up after a nail-biting finish.

McCoy said: "She's a tough mare and you know with Donald's they will keep finding for you, but it was only halfway up the run-in that I thought I'd got Barry."

McCoy was back in business again when driving At Fishers Cross clear in the Sportingbet Handicap Hurdle.

The Rebecca Curtis-trained 4-1 chance beat favourite Salubrious by six lengths to build on a recent Ffos Las success.

Curtis said: "He's quite babyish and has been a slow learner but that was good. He'll want a trip in time."

2 August 2014

Mushir earns step up in class
Regal on parade for consolation
Martin strikes again with Artist
Cover rockets to Goodwood glory
Avenger shows his true mettle
Wannabe swoops late to score
Glorious display from Moon
We Are blow for Head
Muthmir seeking Stewards' verdict
Venus shoots for Nassau
Wind on Leger trail

1 August 2014

Charm up for Kingman rematch
Thunder misses Goodwood run
Goodwood return possible for Darwin
Ivory Hopeful of Tropics run
Wetherby awarded Flat fixture
Moviesta out to defend title
Edison lights up Galway
Age no burden for Cavalryman
Battling Miss a Goodwood hit
Dalkova does the business
Ivawood storms to Richmond glory
Valley peaks in Fairmont
Encke makes Goodwood comeback
Cumani has Velox primed to strike
Intrinsic scrapes into Cup field

31 July 2014

Cavalryman is Cup king
Easy for Alelchi
Gal stars at Deauville
Chepstow card in Lingfield switch
Ivory hoping for tropical showers
Gosden launches dual Nassau raid
Evans shows patience with Alexander
Road takes Plate riches
Australia preparing to return
King reigns in Sussex duel
Peculiar claims Galway honours
Reel has Vintage rivals in a spin
Sky flashes home in Gordon
Tough Teak outstays Goodwood rivals
Rich pickings for Ivawood
Estimate ready for Goodwood test

30 July 2014

Morphine investigation nearing end
Peculiar claims Galway honours
King rules in Sussex
Chepstow called off
Edison out to light up Galway
Kingman all set for Sussex
Warwick to ditch Flat races
Showcase fixture avoids Ascot clash
Sous earmarked for Royal return
Injury woe for Hanagan
Bird ruled out of Nassau
Elleval team turn to Leopardstown
Zalty still in Galway frame
Tag recovering from Ascot exertions
Muthmir team eye Goodwood gold
Van driven out for Goodwood success
Love too much for Toormore
Cotai claims Molecomb glory
Leger hopefuls seek Gordon glory
Sennockian stars at Goodwood
Hannon aims to uphold family honour
He who would be King

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