Hugo Palmer’s Making Eyes won the Listed Prix Jacques le Bremond at Vichy. The victory represents the first stakes success for the upcoming Newmarket trainer who received his horse racing license in 2011.
The Dansili filly also claimed a mile handicap at Ascot earlier this year, as well as, won in France with a half-length victory in the hands of Ioritz Mendizabal.
In other news, jockey Paul Carberry will be out of action after dislocating his shoulder after falling from Chino Valdes in the Dawn Milk Run Handicap Hurdle at Killarney. Carberry fell off his mount in the last couple of furlongs in what was a solid run. Keep It Cool (25-1 betting odds) would carry through with the win.
After sustaining the injury, Carberry posted on his Twitter account: “Just got out of hospital, fracture to my left shoulder blade. Out for four to six weeks.”
Also, jockey Paul d'Arcy will mount Edinburgh Knight in the Betfair Summer Double International Handicap at Ascot. The five-year-old recently placed second in the seven furlong Criterion Stakes at Newmarket. Edinburgh Knight came in as runner-up by a half a length to Libranno.